Demi Moore Inspired Daughter Tallulah Willis To Shave Her Head

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Tallulah Willis is sporting a new ‘do—and it’s inspired by one of her mother Demi Moore’s most iconic film roles. Tallulah recently shaved her head in tribute to her mother’s character in GI Jane, a movie in which Demi stars as the first woman to be trained in the US Navy Special Warfare Group.

Her older sister, Rumer Willis, revealed that Tallulah had shaven her own head, taking their mother Demi’s GI Jane look a step further. Rumer documented her 20-year-old sister’s process of shaving her own head in an Instagram video with the caption, “@buuski is a bad ass bitch #GIjane #rawbeauty,” immediately referencing Demi’s iconic movie role. In the video, Tallulah is laughing as she uses an electric razor to shave off what was previously a pixie cut.

@buuski is a bad ass bitch #GIjane #rawbeauty

A video posted by Rumer Willis (@ruelarue) on

Tallulah also took to her own Instagram account to showcase her new look. She posted a photo with the caption, “November 18th. remember it.” Demi’s daughter also attributed the inspiration for her shaven head to her mom, posting a photo of Demi in 1997 when she shaved her head for GI Jane. “mawms is bae. #thankgodgoodheadshapesruninthefamily,” reads Tallulah’s caption.

mawms is bae. #thankgodgoodheadshapesruninthefamily

Une photo publiée par tallulah (@buuski) le

Tallulah then took her new look to Sayer’s Club in Los Angeles to support Rumer’s music. She posted a photo of herself and her 26-year-old sister, with the caption, “Luv u proud of u can't wait to hear you sing my precious songbird @ruelarue.” Tallulah also played up her bald-headed look on social media with the help of her other sister Scout, who posted a Vine video of her singing Sinead O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” in the car. Demi’s daughters are apparently supportive of each other throughout all their endeavors.

 

luv u proud of u cant wait to hear you sing my precious songbird @ruelarue

 

A photo posted by tallulah (@buuski) on

 

November 18th. remember it.

A photo posted by tallulah (@buuski) on

Tallulah reportedly made the news last summer when she checked herself into rehab to fight body dysmorphia. However, Rumer supposedly told Us Weekly that her sister was back and better than ever.

Val Powell
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