As Demi Moore stepped on the red carpet last night, her image was a far cry from that when she attended the premiere of her movie Margin Call in New York back in October.
Then, she looked rail thin, as the heavy weight of her crumbling marriage to Ashton Kutcher took a toll on her health and wellbeing.
After three months absence from the spotlight, and a month in Utah’s Cirque Lodge, where she was allegedly treated for eating disorder issues, exhaustion and substance abuse, Demi looked the picture of health last night as she attended a Beverly Hills house party to support her close friend, British TV host Amanda De Cadenet.
Hosted by InStyle Managing Editor Ariel Foxman, the intimate gathering celebrated the April 26 launch of De Cadenet’s Lifetime interview show, The Conversation. Demi is both executive producer of the show and one of its inspirations.
“The conversations that [Demi] and I have on a daily basis really reflect the questions on the show,” De Cadenet, 39, said in this week’s PEOPLE, currently on newsstands. “She was a great sounding board. The spirit of the show is about women supporting one another so [working with her] was great.”
Another sign that Demi is back on the upswing: She returned to Twitter on Monday, posting this photo.
And on Tuesday, she asked fans for their help in what her new Twitter name should be in light of her dropping her current @mrskutcher handle.
She tweeted: “Time for a change, twitter name change … any suggestions?”
In November, the 49-year-old announced the end of her six-year marriage to Ashton, 34.