Scout Willis is baring it all!
The actress and singer’s 303k Instagram followers got more than they expected when she used an eye-popping image to celebrate her 31st birthday on Wednesday. The post comes months after she released her first independent body of art.
Scout Willis Expects Nothing But The Best In Her 31st Year On Earth
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Scout opted to ring her birthday in style by lounging in a hot tub in a Los Angeles home’s backyard.
Her backside showed tan lines, which made it clear that she opted for thong briefs and no top whenever she sunbathes.
As for her hair, the musician pulled the dark tresses to the front, effectively hiding her face as she stared at the skies, trees, and fog in the distance.
The “This is going to be the best year of my life” captioned post has already garnered over 7k likes from her fans.
Several supporters took to the songbird’s comment section to wish her well, with one fan writing, “glad you were born, Scout. Say it – speak it – do it.”
Another person wished the celebrant a “beautiful, beautiful day with your family,” and a third exclaimed, “you deserve it! And you have a beautiful back.”
Scout recently began promoting her latest album by releasing the first single, “Woman At Best,” in mid-May.
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PEOPLE reported that the 31-year-old called the song “a love letter to sacred feminine rage” and also released an intimate music video she co-directed.
In a statement she released following the track’s debut, the “Love Without Possession” hitmaker claimed:
“This song is an ode to feminine creativity, sexuality, and freedom, to the idea that I can be all of it without hiding or withholding any piece of myself.”
The “Bandits” star added that she wrote the song with “a near prescient clarity” that perfectly described “the arc of a relationship I wouldn’t enter till months after it was written.”
Scout said she knew the song would include a large string section and a choir because she wanted “Woman at Best” to be “big and proud and unapologetic.”
During the album prep, the singer said she was finally ready for her deeply personal works to reach a wider audience.
The “Breakfast of Champions” actress said she was “in love with every experience that inspired” the songs on the album because they got her to where she needed to be.
The eponymous album was released in June under Mogo Music as an alternative/indie and folk body of work. Two days later, she celebrated her debut with a party and performance at Scout’s General Store, Los Angeles.
“The Scarlet Letter” Actress’ Father Is Plagued With Health Troubles Leading To Retirement
In March, The Blast divulged that Bruce was reportedly retiring from acting following a medical challenge. His daughter, Rumer Glenn, broke the news in a statement she released on Instagram to her 965k followers.
Although spectators suspected that the “Die Hard” actor had some health issues, Rumer’s post confirmed it for them.
Through the post, the actress revealed that her 67-year-old father was suffering from various health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia.
Mayo Clinic explained that aphasia is a language disorder that affects an individual’s communication ability, impacting their speech and the way they write and understand both spoken and written language.
Rumer said that the illness impacted Bruce’s cognitive abilities, so Bruce was moving away from “the career that has meant so much to him.” The rest of the post read:
“This is a challenging time for our family, and we are so appreciative of your continued love, compassion and support.”
The 33-year-old noted that her family was “moving through” the occurrence as a “strong family unit.” She also clarified that informing her father’s large fanbase was necessary because of how much he meant to them and vice versa.
The touching statement was signed off by “The Last Boy Scout” actor’s five daughters, Rumer, Tallulah, Mabel, Scout, and Evelyn.
It was also co-signed by his 44-year-old wife Emma Heming and ex-wife Demi Moore who also got mentioned in the statement.