Kutcher, accompanied by a male friend, arrived at The Sayers Club in Los Angeles just before 12:30 a.m. to support Willis, who put on quite the performance.
An eyewitness said Kutcher “immediately joined Rumer’s large table,” and “Rumer seemed happy to see Ashton there, supporting her on her big night.”
Rumer took the stage to sing, “I Can’t Stand the Rain” and Otis Redding’s “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay.” My only question is: did she do the whistle solo? Because that’s probably the most entertaining part of that song.
The crowd was reportedly cheering “non-stop” and the witness adds that Kutcher moved closer to the stage as Rumer went on.
Kutcher "smiled as he slowly bopped his head along to her song. He kept his arms crossed and never took his eyes off the stage," the eyewitness says. "Ashton looked like a proud father. He was beaming!"
So how was her performance? Because we all know what happens when most actors turn to music. * coughs * Steven Seagal * coughs *. Oh. That doesn't work in print.
“Rumer nailed it! She sounded amazing -- very soulful," the witness says.
After the performance, Willis rejoined Kutcher and her friends, where Ashton “gave her a huge hug to congratulate her.”
"Ashton looked so proud and pleased to be supporting Rumer, and Rumer seemed so excited to have his support. They had a solid 10-second hug before Ashton got his guy friend and casually left through the back. He was strictly there to support Rumer."