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Friday 27 May 2016

Demi Moore 'calls Brand spiritual guru'

Published 21/02/2013

Demi Moore
Demi Moore

Demi Moore reportedly calls Russell Brand every day for “advice”.

The 50-year-old actress has been enjoying regular yoga sessions lately, leading to a friendship with the British comic. Russell is even thought to have invited Demi on a spiritual retreat to India, where they will spend time at The Ananda Spa in the Himalayas and indulge in yoga, learn about healthy eating and meditate.

Although he has dismissed rumours of a romance, insiders claim Demi could feel differently.

“Demi is really enamoured with Russell,” a source told British magazine Grazia. “She’s started calling him her new ‘spiritual guru’ and has even confessed to ‘falling for him’.”

“Russell and Demi have so much in common and are both very spiritual. They’ve become extremely close in a short space of time and they have great chemistry,” added a friend. “Apparently, Demi calls Russell twice a day for advice and they have been getting together for yoga sessions instead of her usual Kabbalah meetings.”

Those close to Demi have noticed she has immersed herself in yoga recently, taking a step back from Kabbalah. It has been claimed that the star could be losing interest in the mystical religion because she is trying to reduce the stress in her life through yoga and meditation.

“Demi has been noticeably absent from the Beverly Hills Kabbalah centre and has really distanced herself from the community,” revealed a source.

Russell did little to dampen rumours of a romance with Demi recently. Despite previously saying they were just yoga pals, he then jokingly told a US radio station that something could happen between them.

“I really like her, she’s a beautiful person,” Russell explained. “I’ve not made love to her yet, but it’s a matter of time.”

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