Tender & Bloody Stylish
BRUCE Willis first came to fame in the TV comedy Moonlighting 28 years ago and yesterday showed he still knows how to mine an audience for laughs when he wore this intriguing meat wig on the The Late Show with David Letterman.
The otherwise bald star kept a straight face when he walked on to the set with the mince hairpiece atop his noggin.
"This is all natural, it's a meat hairpiece inspired by - who's that crazy lady? Lady Gaga! Huge fan of Gaga," he told Letterman, referring to the mad meat dress she wore at the MTV Music Video Awards.
"It's 100 per cent beef, ground sirloin - top shelf, organic."
Willis later put salt and pepper on his wig and invited Letterman to taste the impromptu steak tartare. Letterman obliged, taking a mouthful - before running off stage to spit it out.