Demi Moore SCOLDS audience as she introduces Cher at star-studded amfAR Gala

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Demi Moore, 61, ‘called out’ the audience while introducing Cher during the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala, in Cap d’Antibes, France, on Thursday. 

What Happened?

The Ghost star was on stage giving the entertainment icon, 78, a glowing tribute, when an audience member in the back seemed to spark her ire.

The video, posted by Ramin Setoodeh on X/Twitter, starts out with Demi saying, ‘I’m going to see if this is the moment we’ve all been waiting for.’

The actress went on, ‘I’m just making sure that you’re really, really with me. Because this incredible woman that I’m about to introduce – she’s a Grammy winner, an Oscar winner, an Emmy winner.’

Demi Scolds the Individual

At this point Demi paused, seemingly agitated by someone in the audience, before saying, ‘Are you an Emmy winner over there in the back of the room? I f*****g don’t think so.’

The audience erupted in a mix of surprised reactions, with some cheers, before Demi resumed.

‘She’s a style icon and my personal hair inspiration. And she was was honored by amfAR for their award of inspiration in 2015.’

‘The bottom line is she is just one of the most talented, successful, and best-loved performers of all time,’ Demi continued. 

‘So please,’ she said, before taking another notably long pause, as she stared out over the crowd, before continuing, ‘please give a warm welcome to the incredible, one and only, Cher.’

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It’s unclear if someone in the audience had said something, or if she was reacting to the noise coming from the crowd during her introduction, or simply being playful.

Earlier on the red carpet Demi and Cher posed together, as they enjoyed a reunion nearly 30 years after starring in the 1996 HBO series ‘If These Walls Could Talk.’

Demi, Cher, and her younger boyfriend Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards, 38, joined other stars during the evening to help raise funds for HIV/AIDS research at the annual gala, which was first instituted in 1993 by Elizabeth Taylor.

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