Open Post: Hosted By Demi Moore’s Carpeted Bathroom Complete With A Couch

July 10, 2020 / Posted by:

If you’ve ever wanted your bathroom to smell like piss infused with mold water and also risk getting electrocuted every time you vacuum, Demi Moore has the perfect bathroom for you!

The New York Post says the internet has agreed that they hate Demi Moore’s bathroom. Demi posted a picture on Instagram to promote her upcoming scripted erotica podcast series, Dirty Diana. And what’s “dirty” about Diana is actually her bathroom carpet. Variety says this of the show:

“Tells the story of a dying marriage and how two partners find their way back to each other through perseverance, connection and sex.”

Demi is executive producing and starring in the podcast show, which starts Monday. But who gives a fuck about that. Demi has a carpeted bathroom. And do not let anybody’s grandma see this picture, because she will lose it and break into Demi’s bathroom to steal that sofa:

According to The Post, that carpet appears throughout much of Demi’s house in Hailey, Idaho house. So the whole place looks like a komondor. People online were quick to notice how demented this bathroom set up is:

And we thought Wendy Williams’ kitchen looked like a roadside antique mall. I thought the worst home I would see this year would be John Schnatter of Papa John’s house, but I was wrong. Eagles fucking in the front hall, I can accept. But a carpeted bathroom in the home of a rich woman and in the year of 2020?! How dreadful!

Pic: Twitter

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