Demi Moore hilariously surprised her ex husband Bruce Willis over the weekend, when she unexpectedly took to the stage at a comedy event to publicly roast him. "I look at our marriage like The Sixth Sense", she reportedly said.
This followed an earlier YouGov poll which asked: "Do you consider a movie that takes place at Christmas time, but is not about Christmas itself, to be a Christmas movie?"
Among those who roasted the actor were his "Moonlighting" co-star Cybill Shepherd, Edward Norton (he and Bruce co-starred in 2012's "Moonrise Kingdom") and comedian Jeff Ross.
Actor Bruce Willis became the latest target of Comedy Centrals annual roast here, with his ex wife turning up to join in on the abuse.
"People wonder why our marriage came to an end, and in all honesty I think it was because some jealously started to creep in".
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"I was married to Bruce Willis for the first three "Die Hard" movies, which makes sense, because the last two sucked", she said.
Comedy Central continues to perform their infamous "roasts", where audiences marvel as celebrities get utterly wasted on hard liquor and insult each other for a few hours.
In one of the riskier jokes of the night, Moore referenced Harvey Weinstein, who faces sexual assault charges after being accused of preying on dozens of women.
"Joseph played a younger me in Looper", Willis recounted. But let's get real here: Die Hard is a Christmas movie.
Well, despite what Willis said the movie's screenwriter Steven E.de Souza seems to reckon it is.
Demi Moore, Bruce's ex-wife, stole the show when she made fun of their former marriage.
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