In their divorce, Demi hopes Ashton's a good support

GETTY IMAGES Kelly Osbourne was hospitalized after experiencing seizures.
GETTY IMAGES Kelly Osbourne was hospitalized after experiencing seizures.
Posted: March 08, 2013

IN 1990, following her starring roles in "About Last Night," "St. Elmo's Fire" and "Ghost," the notion that Demi Moore, then married to Bruce Willis, would one day seek spousal support from Ashton Kutcher would have seemed ridiculous.

Then again, Kutcher was in the sixth grade at the time.

But Demi stated in a court filing Thursday that she not only wants support from the "Two and a Half Men" star, but she also wants him to pay her attorney's fees in their divorce proceedings.

Ashton filed for divorce in December, more than a year after Demi announced that the marriage was over. He didn't take a position in his filings on whether he should pay her any spousal support.

Had he, we could guess what it would have been.

The couple was married in September 2005.

Bieber bowls over

Pint-size pop star Justin Bieber collapsed onstage at London's O2 Arena on Thursday, according to TMZ.com.

After being rushed offstage, Bieber was treated by EMTs and was able to return shortly after to finish his show.

TMZ gave no explanation for his collapse.

Best wishes, Kelly

In other celebrity-medical-crisis news, TMZ.com also reported Thursday that Kelly Osbourne was rushed to the hospital after suffering a seizure while taping Friday's edition of E!'s "Fashion Police."

Melissa Rivers, filling in for Giuliana Rancic, was seated to Kelly's right when Kelly turned to her and said, "I don't feel good."

She then fell out of her chair and started shaking.

An ambulance came and whisked her away as colleagues covered her with sheets to protect her from prying paparazzi.

Rothrock update

Tattle's comic-book/sci-fi/martial-arts correspondent, Jerome Maida, reports that action star Cynthia Rothrock, who ended an eight-year movie retirement with last year's light-hearted "Santa's Summer House," returns to action films with "Badass Showdown," available April 2 on DVD and VOD.

The twist? For the first time in a fight film, Rothrock won't be doing the fighting.

"[ David DeCotea] is the same director that did 'Santa's Summer House,' and he called me back and said he really loved my work and that he had this other project," Rothrock said.

"So I read the script - loved it!" Rothrock continued. "Wow! What an interesting character! I was actually very honored that he respected my ability enough to have me star in his next picture that [would be] total acting."

In the movie, Rothrock plays an owner of an MMA team who invites fighters to brawl in her home and then picks which one she wants to promote.

Judging from the trailer, "Badass" features numerous chiseled men and may have more appeal to women than a typical Rothrock film.

"I know!" Rothrock said, laughing. "A couple of my friends who are girls already pre-ordered it!"

In addition, Rothrock has potentially two action vehicles due in 2013 - "White Tiger," with Don "The Dragon" Wilson (which is being held up for legal reasons), and "Double Fury," with fellow icon Richard Norton.

Plus, if one of Comic Guy's sources is correct, Sylvester Stallone was asking about Rothrock at January's Golden Globes. Could Sly be wanting Rothrock to fulfill those long-circulating "Expendables 3" rumors?

Chris Brown update

In a new video obtained by TMZ.com, turn-the-other-cheek-and-punch-it singer Chris Brown goes off on a valet.

The incident took place in front of the PINZ bowling alley, in Studio City, Calif., where Brown was coming from a charity event.

(You know you're in L.A. when the bowling alleys have valet parking.)

The valet asked Brown to pay his $10 fee before the valet would hand over the keys, but Brown decided that since he'd been at the charity event for only a short time, the $10 fee didn't apply to him.

"Gimme my f---ing keys," Brown screamed at the valet. "F--- ten dollars."

"Gimme my keys!" he added, raising the stakes. "We gonna turn this whole spot up. . . . I promise you."

That's Chris Brown speech for "I'm going to turn your face into a punching bag."

At that point, someone from Team Brown gave the valet $10 . . . and Brown grabbed his keys.

TATTBITS

Elizabeth Olsen, the formerly

unknown third sister of mega-rich twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, will soon star in an off-Broadway version of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet."

Classic Stage Company said Thursday that Elizabeth will help kick off its 2013/2014 season. There's no word yet on who will play Romeo.

The actress, who has gotten good notices for the films "Silent House" and "Martha Marcy May Marlene," has just finished the Spike Lee-directed film "Old Boy," opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Josh Brolin.

* The original Han Solo, Princess

Leia and Luke Skywalker ( Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill) are in talks to join the next installment of the reignited "Star Wars" franchise, an insider told Reuters.

In the new film, the "Star Wars" Cantina now has an early-bird special, Yoda has a bad reaction to Botox and Princess Leia utters the famous line, "Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, I've fallen and I can't get up."

- Daily News staffer Vinny Vella and wire services

contributed to this report.


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