Rumer Willis simply couldn't do it alone!
The Dancing With the Stars champ, 27, made her Broadway debut in Chicago on Monday and such a momentous occasion drew support from her famous family. Not only did exes Bruce Willis and Demi Moore reunite for their eldest (as they did during Rue's DWTS days), but her sisters, Scout and Tallulah, were there as well.
The blended family was the picture of happiness in the photos, which had Bruce and Emma Heming Willis flanking the Broadway babe and a bespectacled Demi with her arms around Tallulah and Scout. Though Bruce and Demi divorced in 2000, they seemed on good terms, as they have been through the years.
Bruce was a proud papa, according to Emma, who posted some Instagram photos. "Beaming with pride," the model wrote on Tuesday. "Still buzzing from her performance last night. You never fail to amaze us @ruelarue #RumerIsRoxie @chicagomusical."
Tallulah wasn't quite as eloquent, but her message came from the heart. "YO SO F--KING PROUD OF YOU RUBLES!!!!!" wrote the newly-sober celeb kid, 21. "An indescribably special experience to see you tonight on broadway @ruelarue I love you so much sestra."
As for Scout, she was happy for her sister, but also happy for herself because she designed the outfit she wore to the show. "#tfw your sister is on Broadway and you're wearing a dress you made," the 24-year-old fashionista wrote with a bunch of muscle emojis.
The picture of the three sisters under the marquee outside the Ambassador Theatre is pretty great.
Rumer's run lasts through Nov. 1, but it almost didn't happen. It was postponed twice as she recovered from a fractured foot. She was initially supposed to take her bow on Aug. 18.
It seems that the Willises have been bitten by the Broadway bug. Bruce is making his big stage debut this fall opposite Laurie Metcalf in the stage adaptation of Stephen King's Misery. It's a 16-week limited engagement with performances starting Oct. 22 and opening night taking place Nov. 15.
Isn't it grand? Isn't it great? Isn't it swell? Isn't it fun? Yep, all those things.