Is Bruce going all Amanda Bynes on us?

2013-07-31 08:24

Los Angeles  - Bruce Willis wore a bathrobe for an interview on UK TV show Daybreak.

The 58-year-old actor is becoming widely known for his awkward interviews after a number of uncooperative and stubborn Q&As.

Bruce had made presenters Matt Baker and Alex Jones squirm on The One Show earlier this year by refusing to give clear answers, followed by another interview with Magic FM this month where he said he would rather "slash his hooves" than promote his current film RED 2.

Bruce was quizzed by Daybreak presenter Kate Garraway in a hotel room while donned a white fluffy robe. He gushed about his 15-month-old baby daughter Mabel, his child with 35-year-old model Emma Hemming.

Speaking about Mabel, he said: "It is a woman, she's only 15 and a half months old but she is my kryptonite."

'I'm gonna change some nappies'

The Hollywood icon also has three other daughters, Rumer Willis, 24, Scout LaRue Willis, 22, and Tallulah Belle Willis, 19, with his ex-wife Demi Moore and he insists he is proud of all his girls.

He added: "I'm just very proud of all of my daughters. It's all good, I haven't found a time yet that is bad. I get to learn a lot more about women than most men do because it's just me, there's me and 20 women around me."

Bruce's home life is seemingly a world away from the tough-man image he is famed for in his action movies such as Die Hard, as he is bossed around by his daughters and wife.

He said: "You would think that sometimes they'd let me be in charge but just briefly, just for mere moments really."

Bruce has had a busy year following the release of A Good Day to Die Hard and G.I. Joe: Retaliation, but now that his latest film RED 2 has wrapped and is out he intends to enjoy some downtime with his family.

Bruce explained: "I'm unemployed right now and just being a dad, you know, I'm gonna change some nappies."

Watch the interview with Bruce in his bathrobe here:

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