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Bruce's girls belt it out for good causes

December 11, 2005
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For the daughters of onscreen action hero Bruce Willis, philanthropy is obviously in the genes. The three girls Scout, Rumer and Tallulah, joined their famous dad to help raise money for a host of good causes at a music festival in California's Culver city over the weekend.

In addition to hosting to the event, the trio, whose mum is Bruce's ex Demi Moore, also contributed some vocal action of their own, at one point taking to the microphones and letting rip.

And while Bruce was looking every inch the proud father, his daughters are clearly becoming rather lovely young ladies in their own right. Teenagers Rumer, 16, and Scout, 13, were perfectly at home on stage, while 11-year-old Tallulah Belle hammed up a foxy sophistication which belied her tender years as she posed with her siblings and their dad.

The youth event was organised by the Bruce Willis Foundation – which aims to improve the lives of young people - in conjunction with Sony Computer Entertainment. It raised money for Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, and the Make Poverty History campaign.

"My daughters and I have been moved by the recent tragedies that have impacted our nation, and they have shown us that now is a time to react and support those in need," said Bruce. The actor established the Bruce Willis Foundation ten years ago to improve the lives of young people by helping them express themselves in creative ways and providing support to allow them to reach their full potential.

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Youngest daughter Tallulah, 11, vamps it up for the cameras as she joins her dad and siblings Rumer and Scout at a photo call for the charitable gig
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The action star's daughters take to the stage to make their own contribution to the youth-orientated fundraiser
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