The business mogul and domestic queen thinks the action star's music is only good for one thing -- and it's not flattering.
The one-time domestic queen said that she still has respect for Willis, though her respect doesn't come from his impressive film career. "I’ve never seen any of the movies everybody’s talking about," she admitted. Instead, her respect and admiration for the "Unbreakable" and "Glass" star comes from an under-appreciated facet of his long career.
"Unlike everyone here tonight, I personally have a great appreciation for Bruce's music," she said. "I play it at all my parties when it's late and I want everyone to leave immediately."
While Willis did achieve a Top 10 hit in 1987 with his remake of The Staple Singers' "Respect Yourself," with the Pointer Sisters, he wasn't able to replicate that success stateside, with his music career becoming a footnote in his career. He has released two full-length albums and appeared on the soundtracks of several of his films.
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"The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis" airs tonight at 10 p.m. ET on Comedy Central.