Rumer Willis wore a patriotic bikini to make it clear that she loves her country. During her July 4 weekend, the winner of Dancing With The Stars partied at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas and flaunted her sleek physique, reported the Daily Mail.
At 26, Rumer has achieved new self-confidence after growing up in the shadow of parents Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. And although she had to wear a leg brace after hurting herself on a tour for Dancing With the Stars, her spirits were as sparkling as the Independence Day fireworks.
Rumer has shared that although she will have to stay on the sidelines for dancing due to her stress fracture, she may sing as an alternative for her planned participation in the DWTS tour.
But cheering up Willis was her new best friend Khloe Kardashian, reported Us Weekly.
And Rumer has a positive attitude about her stress fracture, regardless of if she dances or sings.
“It was one of those… injuries that you get as a dancer,” said Willis. “You kind of just have to work through the pain, but unfortunately it is something that I have to actually rest and take it easy for a little while.”
As the Inquisitr reported, Rumer has revealed that she was bullied after winning Dancing With The Stars. But she credits the confidence she gained from the show and her sisters for helping her persist.
That first broadcast appearance caused anxiety — but when it was over, Willis felt forever changed, she shared.
“The first day I danced on-air, I was nervous; I had been struggling, and the dress rehearsal hadn’t gone well. But after I finished I felt more beautiful than I had in my entire life. Not because of how I looked… but because of what I’d accomplished and worked so hard for.”
What’s next for Rumer? Willis just might be getting tips from Khloe on how to succeed in a reality show because Demi Moore’s and Bruce Willis’ children want to land their own show, according to Contact Music.
In addition to 26-year-old Rumer, 23-year-old Scout and 21-year-old Tallulah want to make a name for themselves apart from their parents’ fame.
”The girls don’t want to live off their parents’ success. They want to prove they have what it takes in their own right,” said an insider.
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