Demi Moore’s 30-year-old daughter Scout LaRue Willis released a daring music video for her song Woman At Best on Wednesday.
And the 59-year-old Ghost actress was quick to share the over-the-top clip which sees her musician daughter rub wet cherries on her see-through cropped tank top, place a red flower over her crotch as she models underwear and grind around on an unmade bed.
Moore also gushed over the wild clip. ‘New song Woman At Best is out now! This one is so magical and powerful. Proud mama over here,’ wrote the Demi – an acting legend whose career spans 40 years – in her Instagram caption.
Out of this world: Demi Moore’s 30-year-old daughter Scout Willis released a daring music video for her song Woman At Best on Wednesday
Saucy good time: And the 59-year-old Ghost actress was quick to share the over-the-top clip which sees her musician daughter rub wet cherries on her see-through crop tank top
Scout put on a very sexual display in her video as she wears a see-through tank top that has been cut with scissors. She added white underwear with white socks while seemingly alone in a home.
At one point Scout is on a terracotta tiled floor while grabbing wet cherries out of a white bowl and rubbing them on her chest.
She is also seen putting a red flower over her crotch while in undies as she lays on a couch and pretends to pleasure herself.
And the star is also seen grabbing her chest while in an unmade bed. The daughter of Bruce Willis pounds the bed with her fists as if she is angry then rolls around in a very suggestive way.
Berry odd: Moore also gushed over the wild clip. ‘New song Woman At Best is out now! This one is so magical and powerful. Proud mama over here,’ wrote the Demi – an acting legend whose career spans 40 years – in her Instagram caption
Getting dirty with fruit: The singer had the juicy cherries in her hand before rubbing it on her body
Fruit makes a statement in her video: It seemed as if she had a bowl of cherries that she wanted to play with
She has said in a statement she wanted the song to be about ‘feminine creativity, sexuality and freedom.’
The tune was released on Wednesday. The song is the lead single off her self-titled debut album which will have a total of 11 songs. The debut date is June 24.
In a statement, Scout said the song is ‘a love letter to sacred feminine rage.’
Floral love: She is also seen putting a red flower over her crotch as she lays on a bench and pretends to pleasure herself
Breaking all the rules: Women are not usually seen sexually pleasuring themselves in music videos but Scout gave it a try
She added, ‘This song is an ode to feminine creativity, sexuality and freedom, to the idea that I can be all of it without hiding or withholding any piece of myself.
‘I wrote this song with a near prescient clarity, precisely describing the arc of a relationship I wouldn’t enter till months after it was written,’ added the star.
Willis also shared that she wanted the song to be ‘big and proud and unapologetic.’
No bra, no problem: Scout was clearly bra free in the clip as she had on matching undies. Here she is leaning back over the kitchen sink
Not shy in this video: Her body was on display in nearly every frame of the music video which is for the new single
Scout has said that in the past she shied away from sharing her art but now she finally is brave enough to go for it.
‘Somewhere between fear and misperception I had this idea that I shouldn’t and couldn’t pursue music full time,’ she noted.
‘Later though, I realized this was just a very clever way to hide from the deep, unconscious fear I had around sharing myself and my art with the world.’
Scout has been a musician since she was 16 when she taught herself to play a guitar. In 2012 – a decade ago – she released an EP for Gus + Scout while at Brown University. Her first solo show was in 2016.
Making a statement: She has said in a statement she wanted the song to be about ‘feminine creativity, sexuality and freedom’
She has rage and wants to share it: In a statement, Scout said the song is ‘a love letter to sacred feminine rage’
Falling off the sofa: She added, ‘This song is an ode to feminine creativity, sexuality and freedom, to the idea that I can be all of it without hiding or withholding any piece of myself’
Pleasure zone: ‘I wrote this song with a near prescient clarity, precisely describing the arc of a relationship I wouldn’t enter till months after it was written,’ she noted
This comes after news that Scout found it ‘surreal’ when dad Bruce shared his aphasia diagnosis with the world.
The Die Hard actor’s family revealed in March that he was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia – a degenerative condition affecting communication and comprehension – and his daughter Scout had been left ‘humbled’ by the overwhelming response to the sad news.
She wrote on Instagram: ‘Papa [heart emoji] Yesterday was so surreal, sharing something so personal. I didn’t know how it would be received, there is always an unknown when sharing out so vulnerably into the world.
‘I’d hoped for some love and compassion, I truly NEVER could have anticipated the depth and breadth of the love we received as a family yesterday.
Grabbing herself in bed: She grabbed her chest with her hands as she leaned over and her hair fell down
A good time had by one: She seemed to be making passionate love to herself in the unmade bed as she wore slacks
Crying to smiling? It is not clear what her mood is but the singer did say she was experiencing ‘rage’
More of her moved: The star was now laying on a desk. She appeared to be in her mother Demi’s home in the Hollywood hills
‘It kept hitting me yesterday how much love, energy, and prayers were now being sent to my daddio and just humbling me in a way that’s brings tears as I write this,’ shared Scout.
‘I am so grateful for your love, I’m so grateful to hear about what my papa means to you.’
Scout went on to thank people for their messages of support.
She wrote: ‘Thank you so much to everyone who reached out to me yesterday, i love and I appreciate you with all my heart, it’s gonna take me a whole to respond to your messages!’
Curled up in a ball and wiggling around: She also lay down on her side with her back to the camera
I am out of here, thanks! And she was seen walking down a hallway with large overhead lights
The star had previously admitted she was ‘blown away’ by the volume of messages she’d received.
She posted on her Instagram Story: ‘The exquisite outpouring of love that I am experiencing right now is just blowing me away.
‘Thank you all for showing up with so much tenderness and stunning love for my daddio and my whole family.’
A strong family unit: From left, Emma Heming, Rumer Willis, father Bruce Willis, sister Tallulah Belle Willis, mother Demi Moore and sister Scout LaRue Willis pose backstage as Rumer makes her Broadway debut as Roxie Hart in 2015
Among those who have offered support to Bruce and his family is his Expendables co-star Sylvester Stallone.
Sharing a slideshow of photos of himself and Bruce over the years, Sylvester wrote: ‘We go back a long way, praying for the best for you and your wonderful family …’
Director M Night Shyamalan, who directed the 67-year-old star in both The Sixth Sense and Glass paid tribute to his ‘big brother.’
The 51-year-old filmmaker wrote: ‘All my love and respect to my big brother Bruce Willis. I know his wonderful family is surrounding him with support and strength. He will always be that hero on that poster on my wall as kid.’