Here’s a frightening image to kick off your Hump Day: Demi Moore gave daughter Rumer Willis a pole-dancing lesson at a party at the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Hollywood this week. Oh, what we wouldn’t give to have video footage of this monstrosity! Where’s a camera phone when you need it?
Rumer Willis kissed a girl — and she liked it! The 21-year-old daughter of Hollywood vets Bruce Willis and Demi Moore will cause a stir on small screen next week whenshe locks lips with a female co-star on The CW teen drama 90210. Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) and Gia (Rumer Willis) bond during an AA meeting and establish a support system for each other which leads to the two sharing a kiss at the Beach Club.
90210 returns with all new episodes on March 9 at 8 PM EST.
Being Ashton Kutcher’s stepddaughter comes with its advantages. Just ask burgeoning actress Rumer Willis. The 21-year-old celebutot is currently filming scenes for a guest spot as a teen lesbian on The CW’s Beverly Hills, 90210, and tabloid tattles say the young star has become a big hit with her new co-stars — thanks to her ties to the Twitter King.
Star Magazine writes: “All the girls have huge crushes on Ashton Kutcher,” says a source. So Jessica Lowndes and the other ladies are all hanging around Rumer in hopes that one day they’ll get to meet him. “They keep pestering her about it.”
Rumer Willis shares what it’s like to be part of her famous family in this clip from her September 1 appearance on Letterman. The 21-year-old actress is currently promoting her upcoming movie Sorority Row, which opens in theaters on Friday September 11, 2009.
Celebrity daughter Rumer Willis, now 21, joined Hoda and Kathie Lee on the fourth hour of The TODAY Show Monday, where she chatted about her leading role in the new slasher flick Sorority Row and her quest to create her own identity in Hollywood — outside of the shadow of superstar parents Demi and Bruce.
“You can’t do anything about who your parents are. I think everyone has opportunities and everyone has doors that are open to them in different ways. If you’re talented you’ll get work. If you suck then you won’t. In the end, talent is all that matters because you could go and get an audition, but if you go in there and you suck you’re not going to get a job.”