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Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher reunited

Depsite their Twitter war over the past week, Demi Moore and husband Ashton Kutcher attended Kabbalah services together Friday evening, although both are still mum on the events that led up to the rumors of a breakup.

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher

It was a week where he said/she said ruled the Twitterverse, but in the end, longtime loves and married twosome Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore arrived at services at the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles Friday evening, wearing their wedding rings but not speaking to reporters.

The twosome, who just celebrated their 6th wedding anniversary together this past September, have been spelling out the details of their private life in cryptic Twitter messages to each other and their millions of followers this past week.

According to the website, who has photos of the pair on their website leaving the services, a photographer who was at the scene stated the following, “While Ashton pulled up in their black Lexus, Demi exited out of a side door of the Kabbalah Center and quickly jumped in the car. She clearly did not want to be photographed.”

Since the story broke that the duo was on the verge of a split in Star Magazine this past Wednesday, Moore has not updated her Twitter status. The story reported that Ashton was involved with student Sara Leal, who hooked up with the handsome star while he was out with friends.

The only word from the newest cast member of Two and a Half Men was when he tweeted the title of a Public Enemy song, Don’t Believe the Hype.

Read more about Ashton’s Twitter rebuttal here>>

Several weeks ago, Ashton Kutcher revealed to USA Weekend Magazine that one of the main reasons he chose to take the job on Men was to be home with his wife and children every night. He stated, “My stepdaughter Tallulah is a senior in high school and I wanted to be there for her rather than on a set in Michigan or Mexico or Australia.”

He continued, “It’s about being available for everything. I’ve missed enough and I don’t want to be absent for anything else. I just want to be home at night with my wife and family.”

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