Taylor Swift tried some risky fashion on her daily leg-strut for the paparazzi, but adding a cheap Free People harness to her shorts and t-shirt was a decided misfire.

Taylor cleverly turned her blunder into a joke by responding to twitter ridicule with this tweet:

I think you’re ignoring a really important point here… That my harness and I are always ready for a zip line/rock climbing.

Ask yourself.. Are you ready for extreme adventure should it present itself?

Haha, that funny Taylor! It's like the thing with the Becky t-shirt! She's learned that it's better to pretend to be in on the joke than admit to being the butt of it.

Harnesses became a thing a few years ago, when designer Zana Bayne showed fashionistas how to incorporate a fetish staple into everyday wear. Even Tallulah Willis got in on this trend on the ground floor.

Once a genuinely original piece is copied by Free People, just forget it. Or in Taylor's case, learn how to wear it. It's not supposed to evoke images of Liederhosesn.

But you know what, never mind. Taylor's fans still rushed over to the brand's website and bought up the harness, the better to look as silly as their idol. I think this answers the classic question, 'If Taylor jumped off a cliff,.....?

Tallulah Willis posted the sweetest photo on Instagram of mom Demi Moore sprucing up her buzz cut.

It's been a few months since Tallulah shaved her head, and she looks fucking amazing - GI Jane meets Sinead O'Conner, if you will. It's going to make you seriously consider doing the same thing because nothing shows a face off like a buzz cut!

If you aren't following Tallulah yet on Insta you really should be, because she is hilarious and clearly doesn't give a shit about what anyone thinks about her.

Demi, come over and do my hair next!

 

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Tallulah Willis 0n Battling Drugs, Depression, Body Dysmorphia, and Bullying

We always knew there was a reason we crowned the 20-year-old the "just right" Willis sister.

Tallulah Willis, the younger sibling of Rumer and Scout, and daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, has always come across as a strong, independent, feminist—a brave warrior, both physical and spiritual, and a champion of women's rights—however, appearances can be deceptive.

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As Popdust previously reported, Tallulah checked into rehab last year to undergo treatment for substance abuse and depression, and now, she's opening up about her heartbreaking years-long battle with low self esteem and feelings of self worth.

The fashion blogger talks candidly about her struggles in an interview with Teen Vogue, admitting she is only now getting to the point where she is “starting to feel OK" about herself.

Last August, Tallulah went public with the news that she had been suffering from an eating disorder for years, admitting to starving herself until she reached a mere 95 pounds, and sharing that she was diagnosed with body dysmorphia disorder at age 13.

Now, she's opening up even further on the issue—explaining why she finally decided to seek treatment and tackle her demons once and for all.

“There wasn't a huge, horrible moment, but I knew I needed to go take care of myself," she says of her choice to enter rehab, and goes on to talk about how years of cyberbullying contributed to her issues, and led to her becoming her “own worst critic."

“I recall very specifically I was in a New York hotel room when I was 13 (before social media was such a huge thing), looking at a photo of myself online," Tallulah says.

“I broke down in tears as I started to read the comments. I thought, I am a hideous, disgusting-looking person. I might be nice and I might be kind, but I'm a really unattractive human being.

“In that moment, a switch flipped. It wasn't about the anonymous cyberbullies—I became my own worst critic."

She admits to starting to abuse drugs in college, after her “depression became overwhelming."

“I was so removed from my body and from my mind that it was like I was living in a cardboard replica of what life should be. Not even so much because I was doing drugs but because I was so sad and so unhappy."

Now however, fingers crossed, it seems Tallulah, who just celebrated six months sober, is firmly on the road to recovery—and, although she still struggles when it comes to self confidence, she's slowly learning to love herself, and the skin she's in.

“It's not night and day—it's not like now I completely love myself and I have no problems. That isn't how it works," she admits. “But there are the starting points of that, and that's really exciting. I'm growing every day and breaking old patterns."

You go girl!

We love you Tallulah, you are beautiful inside and out, and don't let anyone ever make you believe otherwise.

In an unexpected new development, two of the three Willis Sisters are trying to channel iconic movie actress Kim Novak, with fascinating results.

Rumer Willis will not keep her clothes on. Get used to it. Here is a new selfie she posted on Instagram, using the hashtag #birthdaysuit to promise nudity.

Look, it's uncanny, right? Which one is Rumer and which one is Kim in Vertigo?

Below, check out the latest selfie from Tallulah.

Incredible! It's like double vision.

Now it's up to Scout to get on board, if she's not too busy with that Free Nipples thing.

 

Tallulah Willis is opening up about her struggles with an eating disorder, saying she's been battling it for years.

In an interview with The What's Underneath Project, the 20-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis admits reading nasty things about herself caused severe body dysmorphia.

"I struggled a lot when I was younger," she said. "Like I'm diagnosed with body dysmorphia with reading those stupid fucking tabloids when I was like 13 and feeling like I was ugly, like always. I believed the strangers more than the people that loved me because why would the people who loved me be honest?

"I started starving myself and losing a bunch of weight and I got down to like 95 pounds. When I lost my curves and when my boobs shriveled up into like nothing and I had no shape…It put me in even more of a cage."

As a result, Tallulah started dressing provocatively to draw attention to her body rather than her face.

"That made me start to dress showing off my boobs and my butt and showing off those things that I was getting attention for…It took me until like a year ago and I remember specifically one day outing on a button-up and buttoning it all the way up to my neck and putting on pants that weren't tight. And feeling so beautiful and the fact that all the attention was on my face was so scary for me because I always wanted to distract people. I felt like I was trapped in this body and I hated that I was sexy."

Watch the full video of Tallulah opening up about her illness below.

Tallulah Willis, the Just Right Willis Sister, has a new and painful looking tattoo to complement her gorgeous turquoise hair.

Tweeting 'IT'S A TREE BRANCH NOT VEINS MOMM GOSH,' Tallulah clears up the mystery of what the hell that thing is supposed to be.

Ow, Tallulah! It looks like a long scar more than a tree branch but never mind. Let's think of it as a wake-up call to Rumer and Scout, who thought that pink hair and bare boobs, respectively, would reap the most attention.

A tattoo of this magnitude signals the determination of a brave warrior, both spiritual and physical. Tallulah knows that suffering leads to enlightenment. Soon, she will be able to counsel Scout on the exhibitionism. She will be able to explain to Rumer that judging the Miss USA pageant in Louisiana is not actually an honor but more an embarrassment.

Let's hope the tattoo serves to distract mom Demi Moore from her own problems, while elevating Tallulah's standing in the Wild Willis Sisters competition.

It will be a win-win that all of us can celebrate, while looking forward to the next maneuver for first place.