Rihanna’s late night visit to Ashton Kutcher’s house

They’ve both have turbulent relationships with equally high profile exes but forget Demi Moore and Chris Brown because last night the plot took an unexpected twist when Rihanna arrived at Ashton Kutcher’s home.

Rihanna The 24-year-old singer was spotted by a photographer as she drove up to Ashton’s property with her security team around midnight.

The snapper confirmed to TMZ that the Barbados-born singer arrived almost square on the witching hour and didn’t leave until roughly 4am.

Global singing sensation Justin Bieber also recently paid a visit to 34-year-old Ashton’s $10 million bachelor with a view to buying the property.

But RiRi’s visit seemed to be a little late for a tour of the amenities.

Perhaps she and Ashton have become friends in order to compare notes about their recent scandals.

Rihanna has come under fire recently for asking her ex Chris Brown to work with her after he brutally beat her two years ago.

Meanwhile, Ashton is still recovering from the news he was cheating on wife Demi Moore,49, and creating the scandal that led to their marriage breakdown.

Kutcher will be soon adding the title of ‘astronaut’ to his growing resume.

The Two and a Half Men star will become the 500th space traveller take a voyage on Virgin Galactic, it was announced today.

Virgin CEO Sir Richard Branson announced the news via his blog.

He wrote: ‘I gave Ashton a quick call to congratulate and welcome him. He is as thrilled as we are at the prospect of being among the first to cross the final frontier (and back!) with us and to experience the magic of space for himself.’

There is as yet no comment from the Two and a Half Men star on his future voyage, but he did retweet Branson’s announcement on his Twitter account today.

Branson added: ‘Virgin Galactic is the most exciting business that we’ve ever launched and I still sometimes have to pinch myself that it’s for real.

‘Ashton is joining a fast expanding group of true pioneers who are on their way to a life changing experience and a place in the history books. It’s great to have him on board.’