Ashton Kutcher's new site inspired by Demi Moore's daughters

Filed under: Teens, Celeb Parents

Ashton Kutcher Demi Moore Tallulah RumerAsthon Kutcher knows of teenage girls. After all, he drives a carload of them to school every morning. Rather than letting their conversations roll right in one ear and out the other, however, he took notice. "Teens have a pulse on popular culture that is fascinating to younger and older demographics alike," Kutcher said. "We created the Blah Girls to provide a new twist on entertainment themed content."

The Blah Girls, which is the name of Kutcher's and partner Jason Goldberg's newest creation, is an animated series of mini-episodes where three teen girls take on popular culture, in their own unique way. "That is their (teenage girls') voice but we don't make fun of them," insists Kutcher. "We are making a comedic play on the fanatacism of the girls."

Kutcher says he was inspired by his stepdaughters Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah with wife Demi Moore. The girls probably find it hilarious. You may too, but be warned -- it's definitely Kutcher's style of irreverent humor (think of a girly South Park), so if that turns you off, you're better off ignoring that link.

The Kutcher/Moore/Willis clan(click thumbnails to view gallery)

The whole familyThe step-dadHappy coupleThe exWhat is with that hat?
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