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Rumer: I’d love to see Tallulah on DWTS

Published 04/06/2015

Rumer Willis
Rumer Willis

Rumer Willis has revealed she “would love” to see her sister Tallulah on Dancing With the Stars.

Rumer, the eldest daughter of Bruce Willis and ex-wife Demi Moore, won the most recent season of the US TV talent show alongside partner Val Chmerkovskiy.

And in a new interview, Rumer, 26, has revealed that her 21-year-old sibling hasn’t ruled out follow in her sister’s footsteps.

However, there is one condition to Tallulah’s joining of the show – she’ll only do it if Val’s brother, former DWTS pro Maks, makes a reappearance.

"She said the only way she would do it is if Maks came back," Rumer told Access Hollywood.

While a potential return from Maks is unliklely, Rumer is still hopeful that Tallulah might appear on the show.

And she believes her sister would be a huge asset to the programme.

"I would love to see that," Rumer said of Tallulah joining a future season.

Rumer’s interview comes after it was revealed she’d be joining the upcoming Dancing with the Stars: Live! Perfect Ten Tour.

The tour, which kicks off in New Jersey on June 13, will see the hottest talent from Season 20 delighting fans with their dancing skills.

Rumer will be joining the cast of professional dancers for the 90-minute live shows, and says she can’t wait for it to begin.

“Over the weeks on DWTS I fell in love with dancing,” Rumer said of the upcoming tour. “And after winning the show I just didn’t want to stop.”

The tour will be hosted by Melissa Rycroft, who will also be demonstrating her dancing talent for fans.

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