The proud Die Hard dad has become a season regular, cheering on his 26-year-old daughter from the crowd, alongside his other daughters Tallulah, 21, and Scout, 23, and his ex-wife Demi Moore.
But this past week, the doting father went one step further, visiting Rumer during rehearsals accompanied by his wife, Emma Heming. And as Valentin Chmerkovskiy's dance partner told Us Weekly, having her dad come visit has been a lot of fun.
"It was really fun, honestly!" Rumer told Us. "He's such a silly guy and to be able to have him come in when I don't get to see him that often, come in and see what we do and see the whole process of how it all comes together and see how hard I work and what we do every week is very cool," she said.
"Most people, you know, only get to see a minute and thirty seconds of an entire week of five or six hour-a-day of rehearsal and we work really hard,” she added.
It wasn't just Rumer who enjoyed the experience. During this week's show, Bruce praised his daughter, even admitting that seeing her this happy makes him cry!
And Rumer revealed that getting praise from her dad (who she says works harder than anyone she knows) means the world. "To have him look at me and say, 'Wow, I am so impressed by the amount of work that you are putting in,' is very validating," she shared.
But while Bruce is evidently loving every minute of his daughter's big TV moment, fans hoping to see the action star put his dancing skills to the test might be in for a disappointment!
When asked if he would ever consider being on the show, the actor replied, "I don't think so." Ahhh, go on Bruce!
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