Demi Moore blames Bruce Willis for brown bathroom carpet decor, says family had ‘big laughs’ over comments
The 57-year-old actress appeared on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' to explain the bizarre design of her bathroom and said, "I appreciate the interest that goes into all of my little oddities"
Demi Moore had stirred up quite the social media storm after she shared a picture of a bathroom that showed it had wall-to-wall brown carpeting, but has now claimed that the design was all ex-husband Bruce Willis' idea.
The 'Ghost' actress opened up about the decoration of her bathroom at her Idaho home on Tuesday, July 14, during a remote appearance on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' and said she found it hilarious so many people had taken such an interest in it.
"That originally was a Bruce Willis choice, not to put it all on him," she said, before noting that the home where she was currently quarantining was where she and Willis raised their three daughters, Rumer, 31, Scout, 28, and Tallulah, 26.
She also said the carpeting doesn't bother her because of the residence's proximity to the mountains which meant it got pretty cold on certain days. "We also live in the mountains where it gets really cold," she said. "So, it doesn't bother me."
The 57-year-old said she and her family had "big laughs" over some of the comments that had been sent her way regarding the carpets. "I appreciate the interest that goes into all of my little oddities," she said.
She went on to highlight some of the other unconventional decor items in the bathroom, including a giant tennis ball that she held up for the camera and a large safety pin before expressing mock disappointment that her followers didn't notice she had been seated on a miniature couch.
"In all of the comments, I was most disappointed that nobody commented that the couch that was in there is a miniature couch," she joked.
MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) previously reported how Moore had shared two pictures of herself working on a new project while she was sitting on a couch and using her laptop. Eagle-eyed fans were quick to point out that the couch had been set up in a bathroom, which had a number of unique features about it.
It featured the bizarre brown shag rug that went across the room and which the actress addressed on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers,' as well as a floral sofa. Behind Moore, a sink and vanity full of beauty products could be seen, while in front, there was a jacuzzi tub with white tiles. There was a Joan of Arc statue as well.
Fans were flabbergasted at the design choices, with one person quipping, "Demi Moore having carpet in the bathroom like a cheap mobile home while also having nine dogs is going to haunt me forever."
"The placement of the couch in front of the sink/vanity makes me think it might be there to utilize the good lighting for zoom calls, but that doesn't explain the carpet, why she owns that couch, the Joan of Arc statue or the ski chalet-style brick," another commented.
The photos were taken as Moore was working on recording her new podcast, 'Dirty Diana', a six-episode series created by director Shana Feste which launched on Monday, July 13. It follows a couple facing a dying marriage as they lose touch with their intimacy.
Moore stars as Diana, who is helping women record their fantasies and then selling them on the internet, and is also acting as an executive producer for the series.