Tallulah Willis reveals mother Demi Moore's G.I. Jane role inspired her to shave her head... and says she wants to be the 'next Oprah'

Tallulah Willis is known for being the fearless, outspoken voice of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's brood of famous daughters.

And in Nylon's May issue, the 21-year-old shared how she wants to put that activist's spirit to use - in her own talk show.

She also discussed the inspiration behind her much-talked about hairstyle, which in a sense, was just a chip off the old block. 

Telling her story: Tallulah Willis shared the inspiration behind her buzz cut in the May issue of Nylon Magazine

Telling her story: Tallulah Willis shared the inspiration behind her buzz cut in the May issue of Nylon Magazine

'I thought if I could feel beautiful with no hair then I will literally feel good in any situation,' she said, of her buzzed look.

Tallulah also commented on her mother Demi's iconic look from 1997's G.I. Jane: 'I actually watched G.I. Jane two days before I shaved my head.'

'I don’t think I was 100 percent inspired by it, but I think it may have manifested the idea in my mind,' she shared.

Her mother also inspired her when it comes to make-up, with her noting: 'My mom used to do my makeup when I was younger - she’s so good at it.'

Like mother, like daughter: Tallulah's mother, Demi Moore - who later shaved her daughter's head - shaved off her own locks for 1997's G.I. Jane

Like mother, like daughter: Tallulah's mother, Demi Moore - who later shaved her daughter's head - shaved off her own locks for 1997's G.I. Jane

'I’ve always liked that she takes the 'less is more' approach, and so do my sisters. They don’t do super-intense eye makeup and a super-intense red lip; they pick one or the other.'

Tallulah continued: 'I adopted that theory because I don’t wear a lot of makeup but I’ll just put on lipstick. I definitely play around with lip colors the most out of any makeup I use.'

'Right now, I feel the most 'me' I've ever been,' she gushed, though she was quick to add that she isn't perfect and certainly has her off days.

 'I get a lot of comments like, 'Oh my god, you’re just like this superpower woman, how do you have confidence 24/7?' But I don’t. I’m not invincible.' 

The next Oprah? Tallulah revealed she is currently working on a web series or talk show that will be 'like an Oprah/Ellen hybrid for young people'

The next Oprah? Tallulah revealed she is currently working on a web series or talk show that will be 'like an Oprah/Ellen hybrid for young people'

She added: 'I feel like sh** sometimes - I’m just trying to breathe and let some of that go. If you're always trying to be something else, then you'll never be satisfied with what you see looking back, so just make you the best ever.'

Tallulah also spoke about maintaining such a down to earth personality, despite having such famous parents: 'I think it has to do with growing up in Idaho.'

'People have always had this certain idea of me, and I wanted to counteract it. I struggled when I was a teenager, but in the past year or so I've gone through so many changes.'

She continued: 'I finally realized that what I am is okay and what I am is enough, which translated into why I’m more normal than a lot of people assume.'

In the spotlight: (R) Tallulah's older sister Rumer (center) is currently battling it out on the 20th season of Dancing with the Stars (also pictured, sister Scout, L)

In the spotlight: (R) Tallulah's older sister Rumer (center) is currently battling it out on the 20th season of Dancing with the Stars (also pictured, sister Scout, L)

The younger sister of Dancing with the Stars contestant Rumer also found inspiration in popular talk show hosts Oprah and Ellen DeGeneres.

Of her upcoming plans, she said: 'I’m in the very early stages of setting up a web series or talk show, like an Oprah/Ellen hybrid for young people.'

'I've always had a desire to speak very candidly with people and speak very brashly about subjects that are rarely ever spoken about.'

Tallulah continued: 'It basically goes back to my love for connecting with people. And, also, hopefully making T-shirts with my drawings on them because I want to wear them!'

The finished product: Tallulah took to Instagram on Friday to show off her telling interview with Nylon, writing: 'check out ya girl in this months issue of @nylonmag feat. some of my doodle noodle drawings'

The finished product: Tallulah took to Instagram on Friday to show off her telling interview with Nylon, writing: 'check out ya girl in this months issue of @nylonmag feat. some of my doodle noodle drawings'

 

 

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