Talk about starting off on the wrong foot! Rumer Willis will be sitting out the Dancing With the Stars: Live! tour due to an injury.
The 26-year-old, who won the mirror ball trophy in May, shared the news Wednesday night on Instagram, writing, "I have to hang up my dancing shoes for a little bit because of a few stress fractures in my foot but it's not gonna stop me from singing for you guys on the#DWTSlivetour."
Rumer's post included a sad shot of her right foot in a brace. However, may we say, she had a perfect pedicure and even sported a toe ring, so she certainly hasn't sacrificed her style despite the pain.
It's unknown at this point how long she'll be unable to dance on the tour, which is headlined by Melissa Rycroft. For now, the brunette is still on the calendar for shows and will just do the singing — minus the dancing — she had planned for the tour.
"While on tour with Dancing with the Stars: Live! Rumer Willis hurt her right foot dancing," a tour spokesperson tells Yahoo. "She has been diagnosed with a stress fractures and is currently resting. While it remains unclear at this time if Rumer will be able to dance for the remainder of the tour, she is still having fun with her dancing family and will continue to be on the road with the tour. She is hanging up her dancing shoes (for now), but Rumer is still a huge part of the tour and will be singing in various numbers throughout the 90 minute show."
Before being sidelined, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter had been having a moment. After struggling to carve out a niche professionally, her DWTS victory — with partner Val Chmerkovskiy — gave her a new confidence. And she had been having a blast so far on the tour.
"I have had such an amazing time on the #DWTSlivetour so far," Ru posted on Instagram just days ago. "I am so grateful to be able to keep dancing not only for myself but for all of you guys. Feel so lucky to be sharing the stage with such incredible people and a huge thank you to@iamvalc for continuing to help me grow as a dancer everyday."
Willis, who had a lot of family support during the TV competition, recently opened up about how the show helped her overcome her "fear of failure."
"When I signed on to do the show, I didn't know what to expect. I had no dance training, had never played sports or even worked out much before, but I came in with an open mind," she shared with Glamour. "The first day I danced on-air, I was nervous … but after I finished I felt more beautiful than I had in my entire life. Not because of how I looked — it's not about having on a fancy dress or having your hair and makeup done — but because of what I'd accomplished and worked so hard for. When you conquer something you didn't think you could do, energy and confidence radiate out of you."
May she have a speedy recovery.