Demi Moore made her first appearance since getting out of treatment. The actress was spotted at a Beverly Hills house party on Tuesday, she showed up to support her close friend, British TV host Amanda De Cadenet.
The party which was to celebrate the April 26 launch of De Cadenet’s Lifetime interview show, “The Conversation” was hosted by InStyle Managing Editor Ariel Foxman.
Demi is the executive producer of the show and also the 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.”
Other than making her first official appearance she also returned to twitter over the weekend after a three-month absence, posting a self-portrait and she’s still using the @mrskutcher account.
However, that’s not for long because on Tuesday she sent out a message to fans saying, “time for a change, twitter name change … any suggestions?”
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