Who Is Rumer Willis' Boyfriend, Jayson Blair?
Actress and musician Rumer Willis, 24, the daughter of famous former lovebirds Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, has a main squeeze of her own, The New Normal star Jayson Blair, with whom she likes to make frequent PDA-filled public appearances, like when the happy couple flaunted their beach bods in Miami Beach, Fla. last week.
Rumer Willis and Jayson Blair, WENN.com
The pair frolicked on the beach before Rumer and her band performed at the grand opening of the SLS Hotel South Beach that night. "Jayson was so caring and cuddly with Rumer before she performed," one witness told People. "They were standing by an elevator nook and he was helping her get ready, giving her confidence, being super supportive. When she sang, he stood in the front row and took pictures."
Blair, who is best known for his role as Clay Clemmons on NBC's new Tuesday night Ryan Murphy-created sitcom, The New Normal, also starring Andrew Rannells, Ellen Barkin and The Hangover's Justin Bartha, is also reportedly responsible for Rumer's recent reconciliation with Moore since the two had a brief falling-out following Moore's split from Ashton Kutcher last year.
"Jayson has been telling Rumer for ages that she needed to forgive her mom and move on," said a source, reports the U.K.'s Daily Mail. "She finally gave in and made the call," which reportedly led to a tearful reunion between Moore and her eldest daughter. Jayson "knew that deep down Rumer really missed her mother and wasn't going to be happy until they made up."
Now everything seems to be back to normal with the family — partly thanks to Blair. "My family is behind me with my music," Rumer told People the night of her South Beach performance. "They know it is just another facet of my life."
Blair, who has also had roles in Drop Dead Diva, 2 Broke Girls, Glee, Rizzoli & Isles and CSI: NY, will next appear in the flick, Stuck, also starring Madeline Zima of Californication. The New Normal airs Tuesday nights at 9:30 p.m. EST on NBC.
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