Rumer Willis is happily twirling her way across the dance floor and flaunting her bodacious body in an effort to win that Mirror Ball trophy on Dancing With The Stars. As the result of all those hours of rehearsal, the 26-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore revealed that her body has become even more slim and toned, reported United Press International.
Partnered with professional Val Chmerkovskiy, Rumer confessed that wearing attire that left very little to the imagination made her somewhat uncomfortable. In particular, when Val and Rumer danced a cha-cha, she wore a nude bodysuit that showed off her toned tummy and muscular back.
However, as Demi and Bruce cheered for their daughter, Rumer and Val came in second, with the gymnast Nastia Liukin and her pro partner Derek Hough taking first.
Willis talked about how the hours of rehearsal daily, and how all that exercise has affected her physically.
“[My body has] definitely changed from dancing five or six hours a day. It’s pretty tough when you’re jumping up and down and shaking it everywhere… This [outfit] was very exposed for me. I tend to like to keep myself a little more covered up.”
Any time for romance? Rumer firmly told Extra that she’s choosing Dancing With The Stars rather than dating for now.
“Dance is my focus, not men. Boys can wait,” laughed Willis.
Her DWTS partner Val praised her.
“She’s awesome, has great energy, great spirit, really loves dance. She has some moves,” said Val admiringly. “I don’t know if she wants to share with everybody, but she has natural ability.”
And when she’s ready, Rumer revealed what she seeks in a potential partner.
“Someone that can make you laugh and someone that has just integrity, communication and honesty are the two most important things in a relationship. I tend to connect to someone’s personality more than how they look.”
In terms of honesty, Rumer also got real about those rumors that she’s had plastic surgery in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“I know there’s something that came up recently about me getting plastic surgery and it’s not true,” said Willis.
However, she also emphasized that if she chose to have a procedure, she would be candid about it.
“In Hollywood, I feel like there’s a big stigma about hiding things — but people aren’t stupid. If all of a sudden you jump from being an A cup to like double D’s, people know. I just think you have to be who you are and own it, and not be ashamed and feel like you have to apologize.”
But as the Inquisitr reported, actress Halle Berry recently took a strong stance against what she feels is the entertainment indusry’s pressure on women to have plastic surgery.
“Somebody is always suggesting it to me. ‘You know if you just did a little bit of this and that, lift this up, then this would be a little bit better.’ It’s almost like crack that people are trying to push on you. That’s what I feel like.”
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