Demi Moore and All 3 of Her Daughters Make Rare Appearance at the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscars After-Party

Moore made a rare appearance with her and Bruce Willis' three daughters.

Girls night out! 

Demi Moore and her three daughters -- Rumer, 35, Tallulah, 30 and Scout, 32 -- hit the town in style on Sunday for the Vanity Fair Oscars Party held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills.

In a rare moment, Demi and her daughters -- whom she shares with ex-husband Bruce Willis -- all stunned as they posed together and showed off their individual style before heading inside for the event.  

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Demi, 61, was the epitome of glam in a chocolate custom gown by Versace. Showing off her stunning figure, the Ghost actress showed off her back and midriff with cutouts. Adding extra glam to the look, she added jewelry by Chopard. 

Demi showed off her look on her stylist, Brad Goreski's, Instagram account, as she danced to Usher's "Bad Girl." 

For her part, Rumer wore a stunning sleeveless blush pink gown by Monique Lhuillier with matching gloves that extended past her elbows. 

Tallulah took a page out of her big sister's style book, and opted to showcase her shoulders in a sleeveless gown by Zac Posen. Instead of going for pink, though, Tallulah's gown featured a deep floral print. 

"Baby’s first VF…. ‼️," she captioned her post on Instagram celebrating the moment. "wearing archival @zacposen for good luck! felt like a dream, thank you to everyone who made it come to life!"

Scout rounded out the fashion in a shimmery Zac Posen gown, which she complemented with her long brown tresses. Taking to her respective Instagram, Scout gave a nod to her night out with her mother and sisters.

"Big night for the girls," she wrote. 

Demi and her daughters recently all posed for a sweet family photo in honor of Tallulah's birthday in February. For the occasion, Tallulah posed with her mother and father, who has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD).

That same month, Demi opened up to Good Morning America about how she is helping her daughters navigate their father's illness.

"What I'll say is what I say to my children, which is it's important to just meet them where they're at and not hold onto what isn't," Demi told host George Stephanopoulos, "because there's great beauty and sweetness and loving and joy out of that."