Rumer Glenn Willis is an American actress and singer who was born on August 16, 1988. She made her acting debut beside her mother in the coming-of-age drama Now and Then (1995), the eldest child of actors Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. In the years that followed, she had appearances in movies like Striptease (1996), Hostage (2005), The House Bunny (2008), Sorority Row (2009), and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019).
She played Tory Ash on the FOX musical drama series Empire (2017–18) and Gia Mannetti on The CW teen drama series 90210 (2009–10). Willis, who triumphed in season 20 of the ABC dancing competition series Dancing with the Stars, made her Broadway debut on September 21, 2015, as Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago.
Has Rumer Willis Undergone Plastic Surgery?
Rumer Willis returned to Los Angeles in February 2016 in time for Nylon’s “Muses & Music” Grammy Kick-Off Party after attending Berlin Fashion Week from the front row and taking a stunning tropical vacation with famous parent Demi Moore.
Rumer, who is rumored to have undergone plastic surgery multiple times, said she would be willing to have the procedure. In October 2014, she said to Entertainment Tonight, “I feel like there’s a big stigma about hiding things — but people aren’t stupid.”
“People will notice if you suddenly go from having an A cup to like double D’s. You simply have to be yourself, accept who you are, and stop feeling ashamed or obligated to make excuses.
“If I decide to harm myself, it is only after careful consideration. I won’t be ashamed of the decisions I make if it helps me feel better, she continued. “I’m aware that a rumor that surfaced recently regarding my receiving plastic surgery is untrue.
“I’m not going to lie about myself,” she insisted, “if I do want to do that — if I want to get a boob job or change things about myself.” And if I decide to harm myself, it is after careful consideration. I won’t feel bad about the decisions I make if they help me feel better.
Rumer Willis on Overcoming Bullying and Embracing Self-Love
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughter experienced bullying in high school because of her prominent chin. “They claimed my jaw was big. I was accused of having a “potato head.” I didn’t truly realize having a value in myself until I was 14 or 15 years old,” she admitted in a 2019 interview with HuffPost.
My thought process was along the lines of, “Okay, so if I get skinny, or if I dress the right way, or if I present myself very hypersexually and dress this way, then I’ll be valued.”
Rumer donned a cute black and white halter dress with a Peter-Pan collar and a black knee-length blazer that revealed a portion of her arm tattoo to Nylon’s “Muses & Music” Grammy Kick-Off Party.
Rumer Willis Reacts to Instagram Trolls
Rumer Willis posted a series of images on her Instagram account in June, and the comments section rapidly filled up with people calling her “too slim” and remarking on her appearance. Rumer used her tale to communicate with her fans. She stated:
“I know I don’t need to do this, but in an effort to promote some awareness and put some light on body shaming practices, I felt the need to share. I was pretty sad after the bombardment of incredibly inappropriate comments left on the photo I shared yesterday because I was really enjoying the goofy photos I shot. It was a strange viewpoint that made me feel smaller than I am in real life.”