Rumer Willis Says The Cyberbullying Hasn't Stopped After Winning 'Dancing With The Stars'

Rumer Willis Says The Cyberbullying Hasn't Stopped After Winning 'Dancing With The Stars'

Rumer Willis is still fresh off winning Dancing With The Stars season 20, but she’s revealing that the bullying still hasn’t stopped.

During the recent season of the show, the 26-year-old actress opened up during her memorable year performance about growing up in the spotlight, and the bullying she endured.

“Just because I was celebrated on Dancing With the Stars doesn’t mean the bullying has stopped. After the show started, I had to block almost 10 people every day on social media because they wouldn’t leave me alone. But when it happens now, I remind myself that focusing on people’s negative opinions will only make me feel like crap,” Rumer shared with Glamour.

She added, “If I start to get discouraged, I take a step back and go, All right, I don’t feel great today, but what can I do to shift how I’m thinking? It’s difficult, but the moment you stop saying, ‘I’m really fat,’ or ‘I’m ugly,’ and just say, ‘Wow, I have this,’ then you’ll see a change.”

Rumer continued, “What it comes down to is this: We all need to stop bullying ourselves and being cruel to other women. Attacking one another instead of supporting one another has become the norm. Life’s hard enough as it is. Let’s find strength in the fact that we’re different and unique. Let’s allow ourselves to say, ‘These are my flaws, but I’m still beautiful.’ Let’s find our own value, know what we have to offer—and know that that is enough.”

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