Demi Moore: Rumer ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Success Moves Mom As Scout And Tallulah Willis Share Her Advice [Video]

With Demi Moore and Bruce Willis beaming with pride, their oldest daughter Rumer Willis is earning praise on Dancing With The Stars. Showing her support was her sister Tallulah Willis, reported Us Weekly.

Rumer and Tallulah, along with their sister Scout, grew up in Hollywood, and Rumer now admits it wasn’t easy.

“When I was a teenager I was super awkward,” she reflected. “I don’t think I really felt comfortable in my body or with how I looked and people were nasty.”

And Rumer says that her sister Tallulah helped her feel more positive about her appearance, even though she now confesses that she disliked how she looked and even considered plastic surgery.

“For years I thought ‘Maybe I can get plastic surgery… If I change my face or get really skinny, that will be it, that will be the answer.’ And it’s not. My sister Tallulah was in rehab and I was inspired, because she didn’t try to hide from it. She really owned it.”

As the Inquisitr reported, Rumer talked with joy about how Dancing With The Stars has transformed her body.

“[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,” she admitted.

But as far as feeling good about her body, her sister Tallulah is revealing that their mother’s advice helped all of them, including Scout Willis, reported Hollywood Take.

“[Our mom told us to] dress for your body and dress for what makes you feel good,” she revealed. “It’s not really about other people’s interpretation of it. It’s all about what works. And to have fun and enjoy it.”

In addition, Scout emphasized that Demi told her daughters that feeling good about themselves required owning their own style rather than trying to copy other celebrities’ fashion sense.

“[She taught us] not to feel shame about our bodies or the way we dressed and to do what we wanted and dress how we liked. It’s about self-respect at the end of the day — wearing what makes you feel good and comfortable.”

As far as their style evolution, Scout chooses whatever she likes for each day, based on her own whimsical sense of fashion.

“[My] style is eccentric, all over the place, kind of a mish-mash. Whatever I need to wear that day to feel like the best version of myself. It doesn’t really have a lot to do with being on trend or fashionable. It’s just whatever I like,” she declared.

In contrast, Tallulah revealed that she still follows her childhood favorite fashion trends after growing up in Idaho.

“I was 5 years old when we moved. So all I remember was a lot of stripes and overalls, which I still love and still wear now!” she revealed.

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