Rumer Willis proved one thing on Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars — that she is beautiful.
The contestants chose a dance to reflect their most memorable year, and the 26-year-old picked 2014 — because that was the time she decided to take all the years of being bullied and throw 'em out the window.
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"When you grow up with parents that are known worldwide and having so much attention from media and all of the tabloid magazines, it's really tough. When I was a teenager I was super awkward, I don't think I really felt comfortable in my body or with how I looked and people were nasty," Rumer explained. "My mom who is one of the most stunning women I've ever met and who everyone was comparing me to, saying that you look more like your very masculine father than your beautiful mom."
Rumer Willis in 2006. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Rumer added, “People would say I looked like a man or something called a 'buttaface,' which means everything looks good but her face, or potato head was the big term that everyone used a lot, basically making fun of the way I looked.”
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The powerful speech left her mother, Demi Moore, in tears. (Her father, Bruce Willis, was not in the audience.)
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Rumer concluded by stating her sister Tallulah, 21, inspired her to overcome the negativity in 2014, as that was the year her younger sibling owned her flaws and entered a rehab facility.
“I just realized that I could feel the same way and I need to stop listening to the bullies," she said.
Rumer and her dance partner Val Chmerkovskiy received rave reviews for their waltz performance, choreographed to 'Turning Tables' by Adele. Watch below: