Moore began by joking she had been “married to Bruce for the first three ‘Die Hard’ movies, which makes sense because the last two sucked," according to Variety.
Then she covered their publicized divorce. “People wonder why our marriage came to an end, and in all honesty I think it was because some jealousy started to creep in. I think Bruce never really got over the fact that I rocked the bald look better than he did,” Moore cracked.
She continued, “After our divorce, he said he considered the end of our marriage his biggest failure, but Bruce, don’t be so hard on yourself, you’ve had much bigger failures. 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?”
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Bruce Willis Shows Softer Side in New Movie, 'Death Wish'
ET's Lauren Zima spoke with Willis on the carpet before the roast, where the star confidently said he wasn't "nervous."
"It’s going to be a laugh fest. It’s going to be so loud in there. It’s going to be crazy laugh loud," the 63-year-old said.
The roast coincides with the upcoming 30th anniversary of Die Hard, one of Willis' biggest hits that has spawned four sequels and inspired countless other films, including Dwayne Johnson's latest film, Skyscraper.
Willis recalled that despite the action-filled set, he didn't face any serious injuries. " I never really got hurt, yeah. I got banged up...Some scratches but not bad," the Hollywood icon said.
The Bruce Willis Roast airs July 29th on Comedy Central.