Bruce Willis video detail sparks concern among fans

Bruce Willis fans have expressed concern after noticing a detail in a video recently shared by ex-wife Demi Moore on his 68th birthday.

Over the weekend, the family of the actor, who has frontotemporal dementia, gathered to celebrate his big day.

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In the video, which Moore posted to Twitter, the family sang Happy Birthday while Willis smiled and sang along.

The footage features Moore and the children she shares with Willis – Rumer, Scout and Tallulah.

Also, the Die Hard actor’s 13-year-old wife Emma Heming Willis and their two daughters Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8.

A detail in a new Bruce Willis video has some fans concerned. Credit: Instagram

Amid thousands of comments, some fans noticed that Willis was missing a tooth and expressed concern about how it happened.

“Bruce is missing a tooth,” the Twitter user noted.

“Doesn’t anyone care that Bruce is missing a front tooth?” asked another. “What has happened there?”

But others wondered why anyone would make such a fuss about a missing tooth.

“Is anyone really talking about Bruce Willis’ tooth?” one fan raged.

β€œHe is 68 years old and has dementia. How do you want it to look like?”

In the video, Willis can be seen chatting and laughing with family members.

Moore captioned the cute video: “Happy Birthday BW! I’m so glad we were able to celebrate you today.”

“I love you and love our family,” she added.

“Thank you everyone for the love and warm wishes β€” we all feel them.”

The Willis clan. Credit: Instagram

Despite the missing tooth, most fans thought Willis looked handsome and happy.

“It’s incredible to see. I’m glad everyone is doing well, Bruce looks healthy and happy,” one fan wrote.

“Oh it’s so nice to see him so happy,” wrote another.

“It brought tears to my eyes,” said a third.

β€œHe looks great and the whole family looks happy and well.

“So beautiful to look at.”

Bruce and Emma Heming Willis and their children, pictured on Valentine’s Day 2023. Credit: Instagram/Bruce Willis

Willis’ family announced last month that he has frontotemporal dementia, or FTD.

FTD is caused by a buildup of brain cell-destroying proteins in the frontal (behind the forehead) or temporal (behind the ears) lobes of the brain.

These areas of the brain are generally associated with personality, behavior, and language.

The disease typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 64.

“Today, there are no treatment options for the disease, a reality that we hope will change in the years to come,” the family said in a statement in February.

Bruce Willis’ family announced in February that he has frontotemporal dementia, or FTD. Credit: AP

“As Bruce’s condition progresses, we hope media attention can focus on shedding light on this disease, which requires much more awareness and research.

Bruce has always believed in using his voice in the world to help others and raise awareness of important issues both publicly and privately.

“We know in our hearts that if he could today, he would want to respond by bringing global awareness and a connection with those who are also dealing with this debilitating disease and how it affects so many people and their families. “

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James Brien

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