Bruce Willis' Daughter Tallulah Has Faced Many UPS and Downs in Her 25 Years
Tallulah Willis decided to create her own path instead of following that of her parents, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, but also faces personal challenges.
Because of the constant eyes watching her, Willis could not escape controversy about herself of events being escalated into something bigger than it actually was.
FIGHTING HER INNER DEMONS
"I haven't felt okay with who I am since I was 11-years-old. I was a big tornado of doubt and self-hate, uncomfortable in my own skin."
Last year, the "Die Hard" star's daughter opened up about her mental health, which was covered with a facade of smiles.
Willis made headlines after sporting a pixie cut that resembled her mother's look while filming for "Ghost" in 1990.
But what people didn't know was the inner demons Willis faced at those times, including a battle against taking her own life. She said:
"My fight is daily and for the duration of my life and each day I choose to find the moments, a thefted giggle, or true peaceful paise, I know I was brave that day."
Willis has since gotten better, sharing her creativity, including a 2017 solo exhibit at Los Angeles' Beverly Grove gallery.
She has also appeared on television from 2018 to 2019 in four episodes of MTV's "Catfish" as a co-host, following couples who meet online before seeing each other in real life.
Much of her life is documented on her social media account, including her projects, pets, and random day-to-day activities.
LOOKING LIKE MOM
Recently, Willis made headlines after sporting a pixie cut that resembled her mother's look while filming for "Ghost" in 1990.
"We did the Demi."
It didn't take long for fans and followers to notice her striking resemblance to her mother in the '90s and compliment her beauty.