Demi Moore roasts ex husband Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis ends long debate over 'Die Hard.'

The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis was taped in Los Angeles Saturday night, and it sounds like the action star had a roaring good time being lampooned - even when it was being done by his ex-wife Demi Moore.

"I look at our marriage like The Sixth Sense", she said.

"Trying to give Willis a hard time about some of his movie choices, Rodman said, "You keep making these bomb movies like Kim, but at least he is smart enough not to release his".

Bruce's wife Emma Heming, and his daughters - Rumer Willis (in long blonde locks), Tallulah Willis and Scout Willis - were all in attendance at the event.

Among those who roasted the actor were his "Moonlighting" co-star Cybill Shepherd, Edward Norton (he and Bruce co-starred in 2012's "Moonrise Kingdom") and comedian Jeff Ross.

The Comedy Central Roast Of Bruce Willis isn't out yet, but people are already reporting on some of the sweetest burns, which you can read here.

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"I was married to Bruce Willis for the first three "Die Hard" movies, which makes sense, because the last two sucked", she said.

Finally: "People wondered why our marriage came to an end. I mean Planet Hollywood, "Hudson Hawk, ' 'Striking Distance, ' campaigning for Michael Dukakis, turning down Clooney's role in 'Ocean's Eleven" to focus on playing the harmonica?"

The roast of Willis is set to air on July 29 on Comedy Central.

As far as Christmas themes go, the film features several classic holiday songs and Willis using some Christmas props to play gags on some terrorists.

"'Die Hard' is not a Christmas movie!" he declared ending the show. If you were to walk up to Bruce Willis on the street and say, "Hey, Bruno, Die Hard is actually a Yom Kippur movie!", he'd likely say, "Sure, great, whatever floats your boat".

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