Are Rumer Willis and her sisters starring in their own reality TV show? Fresh off her Dancing With The Stars victory, Rumer Willis is determined to keep the momentum going in her “career” and her sisters Tallulah and Scout want in on some of the action. According to a new report, the Willis sisters are currently looking for a reality TV deal. Call us crazy, but we have a sneaking suspicion they won’t be able to out scandal the Kardashian sisters.
The July 13 edition of OK! Magazine reveals that like Rumer Willis, Tallulah and Scout are determined to get out from under Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’s shadows and want to do their own thing. An insider dished to OK! Magazine, “The girls don’t want to live off of their parents’ successes. They want to prove they have what it takes in their own right.” As far as their reality TV show goes, apparently no producers have taken the bait yet – but Demi Moore has reportedly agreed to do a few cameos so that should sweeten the pot.
This brings back the ongoing argument that sprung up when Rumer Willis joined Dancing With The Stars because she wanted to prove there was more to her than her famous parents. Rumer, Tallulah, and Scout want everyone to know that they are stars in their own right and don’t need their A-List parents Demi and Bruce to help make them famous. But it’s pretty hypocritical that they use their parents’ connections to get gigs – to then prove that they don’t need their parents.
Rumer wanted everyone to know she was famous in her own right, but let’s be real – she never would have been cast on DWTS if it weren’t for her parents. Now, the Willis sisters are trying to land their own reality TV show to “prove” that they are stars with or without their famous parents, yet they are tossing around their famous parents’ names to help them get the show. Do you see the hypocrisy there?
If Rumer, Tallulah, and Scout do get their own reality TV show will you be tuning in? Or do you think it will be a tremendous flop? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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