Demi Moore accompanied her daughter, Rumer Willis, to the premiere of her new movie Sorority Row in Los Angeles Thursday.
Rumer, 21, recently insisted that having famous parents didn’t guarantee her success in Hollywood.
“I would never want the responsibility of being the prettiest girl onscreen,” she said. “Growing up with a mother like mine gives you a skewed idea of what a mother should look like. My mother’s jeans are smaller than mine!
“Having a famous name can be a help.
“But everyone has opportunities and, in the end, if you are talented, you’ll get work. If you’re not, you won’t. And my parents have always been supportive.
“In any case, people don’t connect with perfection. They connect more with your flaws — so I don’t mind that.
“I’m going into the industry when it’s tougher than ever — the expectations are even higher than when my parents started out.
“I have two younger sisters who are still at school and I hear about it all the time. But they don’t need to be stick skinny.
“Seeing bones through your skin is not a good look.
“There’s so much pressure, I think from everywhere, to look a certain way and dress a certain way.
“I definitely know I don’t fit the convention.When I was at school, I looked a complete dork — I had glasses and nobody told me a center parting was not a good look.”
Sorority Row hits US movie theaters on September 11.
[Pic: Albert L. Ortega]
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