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Ashton Kutcher snubbed wife Moore

Hollywood star Demi Moore has said husband Ashton Kutcher ignored her when they first met as he had his sights set on someone else.

entertainment Updated: Apr 17, 2010 12:31 IST

ashtonHollywood star Demi Moore has said husband Ashton Kutcher ignored her when they first met as he had his sights set on someone else.

The Ghost actress admits she took a shine to her future husband as soon as she saw him at a party in 2003 but claims the actor had his sights set on someone else, Contactmusic reported.

"The first night I met him he didn't have two words to say to me -- he had a singular focus and it was on somebody else," Moore said.

However, Moore who at 47, is 15 years Ashton's senior says her fortunes changed two weeks later after she ended up at a party in Ashton's hotel room.

Moore, who has three daughters, Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, with ex-husband Bruce Willis, says she left the suite to phone her children, which won Ashton over.

"All of a sudden the door to the hotel opened and he said, 'That is the most beautiful thing I've ever heard,' and closed the door. And I said, 'OK, this is somebody different'," Moore said.

The pair then got to know each other through a series of text messages and Demi believes it provided them with the foundations for a great marriage.

"And now we've been together seven years," Moore said.

She added how she never thought she could love anyone as much as she loves Ashton.

"My husband is an amazing human being and I'm really almost speechless when I try to describe him. There aren't words to wrap up the amazing gift we've found in each other. I have experienced a love that I truly only imagined. We just fit. He loves me - and the best thing is that he loves me at my most vulnerable, at my most unglamorous and at my least attractive in always, not just physically. I feel wanted," Moore said.