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Demi Moore Goes After Ex-Husband Bruce Willis at Comedy Central Roast

"After our divorce, he said he considered the end of our marriage his biggest failure, but Bruce, don't be so hard on yourself, you've had much bigger failures."

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Over the weekend, beloved actor Bruce Willis became the target of honor at the latest Comedy Central roast, having to endure a litany of brutal insults from former co-stars, insult comics, and Martha Stewart, for some reason. But the real star of the roast was Willis’ ex-wife Demi Moore, who made a surprise appearance during the show and took some truly hilarious shots at her ex.

In her incredible set, Moore called out Willis for being jealous of her for stealing his look, as well as calling out some of the low points of his acting career.

“People wonder why our marriage came to an end, and in all honesty, I think it was because some jealousy started to creep in. I think Bruce never really got over the fact that I rocked the bald look better than he did,” Moore said. “After our divorce, he said he considered the end of our marriage his biggest failure, but Bruce, don’t be so hard on yourself, you’ve had much bigger failures. I mean Planet Hollywood, Hudson Hawk, Striking Distance, campaigning for Michael Dukakis, turning down Clooney’s role in Ocean’s Eleven to focus on playing the harmonica?”

Moore and Willis were married in 1987 and had three daughters together before divorcing in 2000. In her roast set, Moore noted that she was “she was “married to Bruce for the first three Die Hard movies, which makes sense because the last two sucked.” Moore also described her marriage to Willis as “some of the best times of my life,” saying that he was “easily one of my top three husbands.”

Fortunately, Willis seemed to take the whole thing in stride, telling reporters afterward that he thought Moore’s set was “terrific…very surprising and very cool.”

The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis will air on July 29 at 10 p.m.