Recently, news reports claimed that Rumer Willis had plastic surgery. However, a news report from Fox News dated Oct. 28 states that Rumer denies she has had any work done. Even though she denies the rumors, Willis is not against people who get work done.
Rumer, 26, knows all about the obsession with plastic surgery, especially in Hollywood. Her mother, Demi Moore, has been accused of having work done because she still radiates youth. More recently Renee Zellweger’s appearance made headlines as the public assumed she had work done. So what does Willis think about plastic surgery and people’s obsession with appearance? Rumer said,
“In Hollywood, I feel like there’s a big stigma about hiding things — but people aren’t stupid. If all of a sudden you jump from being an A cup to like double D’s, people know. I just think you have to be who you are and own it, and not be ashamed and feel like you have to apologize.”
As for if Willis had cosmetic word done, she denies it. She knows what the gossip columnists are saying and says it is simply not true. However, she did say that if she decides to get any work done, she certainly wouldn’t be ashamed of it. She stated that before making a big decision like plastic surgery, she would think about it. If the procedure will make her feel better about herself, then she will not be ashamed.
Even though the plastic surgery rumors don’t seem to bother Willis much, there is something that she wanted to make clear. On a photo shoot for Franziska Fox’s Spring/Summer 2015, people noticed her extremely thin frame. Rumer said that they took the muscles from her arms and stomach. She worked hard to get the muscles and is pleased with her face and body. She said that the photos didn’t even look like her. The experience did teach her a valuable lesson. She explained,
“I now know upfront that if a brand wants to work with me, then I have to be really clear that these are the acceptable rules and boundaries, and if you don’t like that, then we can’t work together. Well, when they start Photoshopping your body and your face … they like, completely changed how I look, so I’m like, “What? This doesn’t make sense to me.'”
Rumer has self-confidence and is happy with herself and her appearance. She decided not to allow other people to change her perspective of herself. Instead, she created her own and that is all that matters. She added,
“Not everyone’s going to like you all the time. As long as I stay true to what I believe in, and the kind of morals and values that I want to put out in the world in the way that I want to represent myself, then it’s all good.”
Rumer also had something else to add. Not only is her self-confidence radiating, but she offers some words of encouragement to others. She stated,
“I think no matter what size, shape you are, you know, gender, color … you should have an equal opportunity and not be limited by your fashion choices in the way that you want to represent yourself. Some women feel sexiest in sweatpants, some feel amazing in a ballgown. You should be doing whatever makes you happy.”