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Rumer Willis: DWTS changed my body

Published 21/04/2015

Rumer Willis with Valentin Chmerkovskiy
Rumer Willis with Valentin Chmerkovskiy

Rumer Willis is elated her body is getting “tighter” as a result of competing in hit TV show, Dancing with the Stars.

The 26-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis is currently rehearsing extensively with partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy for the reality TV competition.

And their high-intensity routines are proving to be very beneficial for Rumer’s physique.

"It definitely changes your body a lot," she told E! News. “Everything [is] getting a little bit tighter.”

Rumer claims the DWTS stint is also benefitting her mental health.

The star is more confident than ever and she feels powerful enough to take on anything.

"I just feel really strong," Rumer noted. "I feel like there are things that I can do that I wasn't able to do before."

Rumer is hitting the DWTS dance floor again on Tuesday night with Val, 29, with the pair putting on a performance as part of the episode’s Spring Break theme.

And Rumer claims her rear end will be emphasised in the routine.

"A lot of booty! Booty-shaking," she laughed about what fans can expect to see during the performance. "We're doing a jazz number this week, so it's kind of got a little Beyoncé feel to it."

Rumer’s famous parents have been extremely supportive of her as she competes for the coveted mirrorball trophy. They’ve even cheered on their daughter from the show’s live studio audience.

Rumer has previously spoken about how much her mother Demi – a self-confessed huge fan of DWTS – has influenced her style.

“I’ve definitely raided her closet quite a bit,” she confessed to People magazine previously.

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