Rumer Willis is a woman of many talents.
Wednesday night, Willis will be singing at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix. The performance marks the last stop on her "Over the Love" tour.
A natural entertainer, Willis began performing at the age of three. By the time she was 12 years old, Willis began studying opera at a music conservatory in Idaho and continued studying at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan.
Despite growing up in a household of A-list celebrities (her parents are Demi Moore and Bruce Willis), Rumer has made her own name for herself.
Last year she debuted her rendition of Britney Spear's "Toxic." She also made her Broadway debut as Roxie Heart in Chicago and won Dancing with the Stars. recently, she starred in the film adaptation for the musical, Hello Again, and made her solo cabaret debut in the Cafe Carlyle in New York.
"My broadway debut in Chicago — which was a dream come true — and everything I've done over the past two years has been steps to take me where I am today, which is amazing," Willis said.