Demi Moore, Boyfriend Sean Friday Attend Her Daughter Rumer Willis' Performance
Rumer is . . . Demi's her biggest fan! Demi Moore brought boyfriend Sean Friday to her daughter Rumer Willis' performance of cover songs at The Sayers Club in Hollywood on Tuesday, Feb. 18. An eyewitness tells Us Weekly that the couple focused on supporting Willis, 25, during their night out together.
Moore, 51, and Friday, 27, arrived shortly before Willis took the stage and sat at a table in the middle of the room. The Margin Call actress wore little makeup for the evening, and dressed casually in an oversized blue sweater. "Demi and Sean looked really comfortable with one another," an onlooker told Us. "It was obvious Demi wasn't there for a night out but was there simply to support her daughter."
Willis kicked off her show with a cover of Free's rock song "All Right Now" from 1970. "Demi literally couldn't take her eyes off her daughter," the insider said of the actress' reaction to the song. "She looked mesmerized by Rumer's voice."
In addition to "All Right Now," Willis performed a cover of The Coasters' 1956 song "Down In Mexico," Roberta Flack's 1973 hit "Killing Me Softly" and Lesley Gore's 1963 anthem "You Don't Own Me."
"Sean was tapping his knee along to the beat," the onlooker said of the Dead Sara drummer's reaction to Willis' rendition of "You Don't Own Me." "Demi had a huge grin as she looked at the crowd admiring her daughter. She was so proud."
For her big finale, Willis concluded with a cover of Miley Cyrus' breakup hit "Wrecking Ball." "This one's for all my gay boyfriends and, yes, I have more than one!" she told the audience. After the show, Willis headed straight over to her mom and Friday.
"Rumer looked really happy to have their support," the eyewitness said. "You could tell it meant a lot to her that Demi and Sean were there."
Moore and Friday first met last May, and began dating by July. "Rumer brought [Demi] to a show in Los Angeles," a source told Us of how they met. "She thought he was a fun guy her mom would like."