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The oldest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, Rumer, paid homage to Miley Cyrus during her concert Wednesday night. She has been performing quite a bit at Hollywood's Sayers Club, and her latest performance has been gaining recognition.
Rumer, 25, performed a soulful rendition of the pop ballad in an all-black ensemble with the help of a band. The performance was undoubtedly well-received by the audience, as when she finished, she got an approving applause.
The singer/actress’ famous mom, Demi, was in attendance during her Sept. 17 show, during which she sang covers of songs like "I Put a Spell on You" and "Son of a Preacher Man,” Us Weekly reports.
Meanwhile, Cyrus’ director’s cut of her controversial “Wrecking Ball” video was released earlier this week, showing Cyrus in a much more vulnerable state, singing the emotional song. She cries throughout the video, which only consists of a close-up of her face, wiping tears from her face.
Here’s Rumer’s rendition of the song:
Here’s Cyrus’ director’s cut:
image: YouTube screenshot