Bruce Willis' daughter Scout Willis flashes her bare backside in hot tub as she turns 30
Scout Willis, the daughter of Demi Moore, 59, and Bruce Willis, 67, uploaded a skinny-dipping image while celebrating her 31st birthday in which she flashed her posterior. The top of her rear end could be seen peaking out of the water as she faces away from the camera. "This is going to be the best year of my life," she wrote as the image's caption.
Scout's hands were resting on the edge of the tranquil pool in the image, and her hair fell down her back. On July 20, she posted the picture to her official Instagram account, which has over 300,000 followers. Soleil Moon Frye, 45, the star of Punky Brewster, commented: "Yes! Yes, yes!" while Aubrey Peeples, who played Layla Grant in the ABC drama series Nasville commented, "happy birthday beautiful human ❤️."
One admirer remarked, "Don't forget to add 'so far' to that line," with a winking emoji. Another follower added, "happy birthday beauty," with heart emojis and this other follower wishing Scout commented, "Happy birthday and would you look at that view."
Scout, the middle child of Bruce and Demi has been blossoming as she approaches her thirties. In May, she released a suggestive music video for her song 'Woman at Best'. Scout danced around a house in the video while wearing white underpants and white socks.
The singer explained the meaning of the song in an Instagram post from May 12 that included a photo of her midriff wearing the white panties and a red tropical flower. "WOMAN AT BEST is a love letter to Sacred feminine rage and sexuality, an ode to feminine creativity and freedom, to the idea that I can be all of it at the same time without hiding or withholding any piece of myself," Scout wrote. "This song is about sovereignty over one's body and self, unapologetic and authentically expressing themselves."
"It's an anthemic celebration of the courage it takes to make the tough decisions, that while for your highest good, often feel excruciating. It's about finally stepping away from something both toxic and intoxicating," Scout added.
Scout provided details about how the idea for the music video was created, she wrote, "What struck me as I was in the process of creating this video was that this was the only song on the album dealing with the subject matter of relationships that wasn't soft, wasn't wistful, wasn't longing, wasn't sweet."
"This song was not about yearning for a broken relationship, this song was blasting down the freeway screaming and singing after its really over, this song is the freedom you feel after you've finally had to have the conversation you were so afraid of, you felt it might kill you, only to find that not only did you survive, you feel fucking electric and powerful!" Scout concluded.