Demi Moore rips Bruce Willis to shreds at comedy roast

Demi said Bruce was one of her top three husbands, and that he was like The Sixth Sense because he was practically dead the entire time.

"Our daughters are incredibly well-adjusted, considering two of them are half Bruce Willis", Demi joked at the Comedy Central Roast. "I mean Planet Hollywood, Hudson Hawk, Striking Distance, campaigning for (American politician) Michael Dukakis, turning down Clooney's role in Ocean's Eleven to focus on playing the harmonica?"

It got steadily worse, as she went on to explain that her former husband "considered the end of our marriage his biggest failure".

However, she distinguished herself as the only one of the roasters to have been Wednesday to Willis, and gleefully skewered their marriage. After the roast, Willis told reporters her performance was "terrific...very surprising and very cool", and he was just as shocked as the audience about her appearance.

Other roasters to take shots at Willis included Joseph Gordon-Levitt (who served as roastmaster), Edward Norton, Willis' former "Moonlighting" co-star Cybill Shepherd, Dennis Rodman, Martha Stewart and comedians Nikki Glaser, Lil Rel Howery and "roastmaster general" Jeff Ross.

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Willis and Moore married in 1987, separated in 1998 and divorced in 2000.

He also made a joke at his ex-wife's expense during his show-ending monologue, EW revealed: "Joseph played a younger me in 'Looper.' He couldn't pull it off".

"There is one actor who successfully played me". "I$3 thought I dislocated my jaw because I was laughing so hard", he said.

The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis is due to air on July 29 on Comedy Central in the US.

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