Ashton Kutcher was probably the last person Rumer Willis expected to see in the audience at the Hollywood Sayers Club Sessions on Tuesday (March 6, 2012) when she sang for an intimate crowd in one of her first vocal performances. However, Ashton and a friend turned up shortly after midnight to catch the set and cheered as loud as anyone, reports People magazine.
Ashton, who recently split from Rumer's mother Demi Moore amidst an infidelity scandal, snapped photographs of Willis on his cell phone as the 23-year-old stormed through a four song set. According to one onlooker, the Two and a Half men star attempted to keep a low profile and let Rumer bask in the spotlight, though he proudly looked on as she wowed the Los Angeles crowd. The actress, model and now-singer tackled Ann Peebel's soul classic 'I Can't Stand the Rain', as well as 'High Low Middle' by indie pop outfit My Brightest Diamond. She also performed (Sitting On) The Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding and Lianne La Havas's 'Age'.