[09:17] Actress Rumer Willis arrives for the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's Annual "An Evening With Women"
Actress Rumer Willis arrives for the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's Annual "An Evening With Women" event in Beverly Hills, California May 10, 2014. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

“Dancing With The Stars” (DWTS) Season 20 champion Rumer Willis turned heads with a risqué dress at the Black Label Bacon Strip Show in Las Vegas on Friday. The eldest daughter of former Hollywood power couple Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, Rumer wore a black dress for the show. The dress featured a plunging neckline that showed off her cleavage. The bacon-themed burlesque performance was held at the Marquee nightclub and day club in Vegas.

The strappy halter neck number was asymmetrical and had fringe detailing on the hemline. The 27-year-old paired her look with metallic pumps, E Online reported. She wore lots of mascara, eyeliner and deep red lipstick while hosting the show. Her short red hair was kept side parted.

Rumer showed off her toned arms and legs in the dress which was cinched at the waist. “It was such a powerful thing for me to be connected to fans in a real way. I’ve always come from the school of thought that ‘Look, if you get to know me and you don't like me, do you, that's okay. I'm cool with that,’” she said.

The eldest of the three siblings said that being on DWTS was a big thing for her, as she has always been judged for her star status. However, the ABC dance reality show gave her a platform to express herself and tell her story, People reported.

She said that DWTS boosted her confidence “100 percent” and led her to pursue other ventures, like Broadway’s “Chicago.” She said doing a Broadway play was the best part of her career and she would love to do it again. Talking about the musical, Rumer added that some of the actors have been doing it since the beginning. The “House Bunny” actress said that she bows down to the actors. She only did it for six weeks and her body was dead.

Rumer took to Instagram and shared a selfie with her close friend Tye Blue, who is the creative director of her production company.

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