With infidelity and divorce rumors swirling around him, Ashton Kutcher attended the GQ Gentleman's Ball in New York City last night, taking the stage to be honored for the anti-child prostitution charity he founded with wife Demi Moore.
She did not join him at the event. Instead, Rabbi Philip Berg, Kutcher's spiritual mentor and the Dean of the worldwide Kabbalah Centre organization, was by the actor's side.
"Our global issues are getting tougher," Kutcher said during his speech. "A lot of the things we're doing we can't talk about, but I can promise you we're fighting and we're going to make a change, so that's a little about what I'm working on."
Following these words, the Two and a Half Men star returned to his seat and was asked by radio personality Craig Schwartz how everything was going.
"I am doing okay, thanks," Kutcher reportedly replied. "Thank you for caring. Thank you for caring, really. It means a lot."
Moore visited her husband on his sitcom's set last week, spurring talk that they may be trying to work things out.