Demi Moore's Rumored Romance: 5 Things to Know About Her Much-Younger Man, Vito Schnabel
Demi Moore is moving on with a new man — but still sticking to her cougar ways.
Moore — who turned 50 on Nov. 11 — first met Schnabel, 26, at Naomi Campbell's billionaire beau Vladimir Doronin's 50th birthday bash earlier this month in Jodhpur, India, where the pair partied with Kate Moss and around 200 other posh guests during the two-day, 1930s-themed shindig.
"They were dancing and grinding all over each other, openly, in front of other guests," a source told the Post's Page Six. Ever since, the couple has been "quietly spending time together."
News of Moore's May-December romance comes as Kutcher continues to heat up with Mila Kunis. Though he has yet to reach a divorce settlement with Moore — his wife of six years — Kutcher has been puckering up his former That '70s Show co-star since early July. The PDA-happy pair have been spotted canoodling across the globe, from New York City, to Studio City, Calif., to Rome, Italy, to Sydney, Australia.stint in rehab, Moore has been on the road to recovery. And now it seems she's healing her heart, too, by falling into the arms of a man nearly half her age. So who is Vito Schnabel?
Here's five things to know about Moore's rumored beau:
1. He has a famous father. Schnabel is the son of American artist Julian — known as everything from a painter and sculptor, to a furniture designer and filmmaker. Julian garnered international praise in the 1980s for his "plate paintings" — large-scale painted pieces set on broken ceramic plates.
2. He is a New York City-based art dealer. Schnabel operates a private exhibition space in Manhattan's West Village out of his father's palatial Pepto Bismal-pink West Village building, dubbed Palazzo Chupi. Schnabel regularly collaborates with galleries and art venues worldwide.
3. He cavorts with world-class supermodels. Schnabel is rumored to have romance former supermodel Elle Macpherson, when the Aussie beauty was 44 and he was just 21.
4. He's an entrepreneur well beyond his years. After organizing his first art show at age 16, Schnabel broke ground on his first temporary gallery space in the TriBeCa neighborhood of Manhattan in 2004 at just 17-years-old.
5. He appreciates the beauty of older...art. Instead of dedicating his career on up-and-coming visionaries, Schnabel has focused much time on cultivating artists from his father's generation, such as painter Ron Gorchov or Andy Warhol's contemporary, Rene Ricard. "I'm not necessarily looking for young artists' work," he said in the NY Sun. "People ask me, 'Who's the next new artist?' Well, if it's the first time I've seen someone's work, then it's new to me."