Ashton Kutcher’s On-Again, Off-Again Wedding Ring

Oct 22, 2011 6:03pm
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Ashton Kutcher brandished his wedding ring in an Oct. 23, 2011 photo.

UPDATE: Whatever’s happening with his marriage, on-again, off-again is the status of Ashton Kutcher’s wedding ring. Kutcher raised eyebrows on Friday by posting two Internet videos in which he spoke about honesty but conspicuously did not wear his wedding ring.  The ring was back front and center on Sunday, when the “Two and a Half Men” star posted a photo in which his symbol of marriage to Demi Moore shined bright. Kutcher didn’t address his marriage in the text post that went along with the photo, choosing instead to focus on the Chicago Bears.

ORIGINAL POST: Even though Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore won’t comment about the status of their marriage, perhaps a new video Kutcher posted on social networking site Chime.In is more telling — he’s not wearing his wedding ring.

The 33-year-old actor and his wife, Demi Moore, 48, have refused to comment since rumors began to swirl that Kutcher cheated on Moore with a 23-year-old student.

In the video, Kutcher opines on the status of truth in the media, while gesticulating to the camera, allowing viewers, perhaps coincidentally, to get a view of his ringless left hand.

“I just wanted to open up a little dialogue on the state of honesty. The state of truth. The status of truth as it pertains to literature and media,” Kutcher says. “There’s that old saying where a lie can travel halfway around the world before the truth can leave someone’s lips.”

The couple was known to frequently post pictures of themselves together on Twitter, but that has stopped since the allegations emerged.

According to TMZ.com, Moore was seen wearing her wedding ring Thursday night while attending a comedy show in Los Angeles.

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