Demi Moore can’t seem to make up her mind about which 20-something guy she’d like to have as a boyfriend. She seems to be dating two of them! In recent weeks, the actress has been spotted with 27-year-old Dead Sara drummer Sean Friday and 23-year-old Magic Mike actor Alex Pettyfer. Since her divorce to Ashton Kutcher was finalized two months ago, it seems Moore has been dating up a storm. Her guy of choice? Men who are half her age. But while several reports have identified Friday as her new boyfriend, Moore was also reportedly spotted making out with Pettyfer last weekend.
Moore and Friday were seen last night in Los Angeles as they attended the concert of her daughter, Rumer Willis. "She looked comfortable with Sean, as they sat and enjoyed the set.” said the insider. “They'd say a few words to each other in between songs, but it was clear Demi was there for Rumer.”
The couple were far more affectionate during a vacation to Mexico last month, where Moore was spotted getting cozy with Friday in a sexy string bikini. "Demi was very comfortable and happy spending every moment she could with Sean," said a source to E! News. “They laid down together on a beach bed and cuddled all day long. She sat with her arms around him and couldn't stop laughing. She seemed so in love and happy. She loved the attention and seemed very confident.”
But just last weekend, Moore was caught “flirting up a storm” with Pettyfer at a nightclub in Los Angeles. “It was like they were long lost lovers. Alex actually picked Demi up off the ground and swung her around, and then he kept both arms around her waist as they caught up,” said a source to Popdust. “There was major chemistry between them. They were flirting up a storm. And it’s got to be said, despite the age difference, they make a really hot couple. They danced and made out all night.”
In the last year alone, Moore has reportedly dated art dealer Vito Schnabel, restaurateur Harry Morton and Australian pearl diver Will Hanigan. She hasn’t acted in a film since last year’s Very Good Girls, which was only given a limited release and mediocre reviews.