Bruce Willis is taking the crap.
Demi Moore is blaming her ex-husband Bruce Willis for putting carpeting in her bathroom in her Idaho home.
“This is the house, again, that my children grew up in, and that was originally a Bruce Willis choice,” the actress said in an interview on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Tuesday.
Moore, 57, defended the 65-year-old “Die Hard” actor’s interesting design choices.
“So, not to put it off on him, we also live in the mountains where it gets very cold. So, it’s never bothered me,” she admitted. “It’s actually quite good we put rugs in our bathroom.”
Fans have been buzzing over photos she shared on Instagram of her makeshift podcast studio/bathroom, showing the actress sitting on a small couch with a laptop propped up on a table in front of her — and a toilet in the background.
One fan took to Twitter to write an entire thread discussing Moore’s decor, to which the actress responded, “This thread has our whole family howling!”
The “Inside Out” writer told Seth Meyers that she was disappointed that fans didn’t notice that the couch she was sitting on in her bathroom was miniature.
“This couch is not normally in my bathroom. I had to move all that in because, you know, we were doing this podcast. . . We had to find the place for the best sound,” Moore said. “What came back is that the bathroom had the best sound.”
Moore has been using her bathroom to record her new erotic podcast “Dirty Diana,” which dropped its first episode Monday, from home.
“I was in there for many hours a day, but I couldn’t bring full-size furniture in. So this little miniature couch was something that I made for my children long ago.”
The actress appreciates that people are so interested in the “little oddities” throughout her home.
“This place definitely houses a lot of my treasures, and I have had some big laughs over the comments with my family, who know me well, of all my eccentricities of small and large.”
Moore and Willis were married from 1987-2000 and have three daughters together — Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Willis.
The ex-couple and their children have been quarantined together throughout the pandemic. They were recently joined by Willis’ wife and their daughters, Mabel and Evelyn.