He’d be like, ‘How much better will you feel tomorrow knowing you did the dance one more time and perfected it?
’ He always says, ‘Earn your sleep.’ And that’s how I want to go about my life now.
In person, she’s got what your grandma would call “kind eyes,” and just a hint of her mom’s signature raspy voice.
“You have to remember,” she says, perched on a chair on the set of the luxury dinner theater show “Queen of the Night” (where Rumer has just finished the photo shoot seen here).
We saw each other every single day for three months.
I’m the most feminine tomboy you’ve ever met.” In a few years, she’d love to get into fashion, possibly even opening her own store. I’d love to do a store that I curate that has pretty much all of my favorite things: blankets, really cozy bed sheets, pillows, all of that.If you’re not giving it everything you have, you’re missing the point.People are coming to watch and to be entertained.” Rumer’s stage debut comes after she sustainined a stress fracture that twice delayed her start date in the demanding role. Her ultra-professional values are not surprising, considering that she’s been entertaining audiences since the age of 8, when she made her big screen debut in Demi’s movie “Striptease.” From there, she’s dabbled in movies (“The House Bunny”), TV (“Pretty Little Liars”) and music (she’s working on an album with 4 Non Blondes singer-turned-producer Linda Perry).“Yes, you’re tired, and yes, this is the eighth show you’ve done, but it’s not about you. This could be the first time they’ve ever been to a Broadway show.What if they flew in from out of town just to see you perform?