Tallulah Willis Channels Mom Demi Moore's 'Ghost' Hairdo: 'We Did the Demi'

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Tallulah Willis continues to pay her mom, Demi Moore, the ultimate style tribute -- recreating her hairstyle!

Tallulah took to Instagram on Friday to share snaps of her new pixie 'do, which is how Moore famously had her hair in the 1990 film, Ghost.

The 25-year-old daughter of Moore and her ex, Bruce Willis, shouted out her mom, posting a slideshow which showed the actress sporting the similar cut in Ghost, alongside a snap of her own take on the look.

"We did the Demi," Tallulah captioned the post, in which she took a mirror selfie to show off the 'do.

A second, closer photo, which has since been deleted, showed the hairstyle from a front angle. "YUNG DEMMY THO," she captioned the image.

Her followers instantly loved the look, with Samantha Ronson commenting, "So cute!" Elle King wrote, "Demi god."

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This isn't the first time that Tallulah has channeled her mom. Five years ago, she shaved her head and posted photos showing the similarity between her look and that of Moore's in the film G.I. Jane.

While having an iconic mom to look to for hair inspo may be fun, Tallulah recently opened up about some of the more challenging aspects of her mother-daughter relationship during an episode of Red Table Talk.

During the episode (which featured Moore alongside Tallulah and her other daughter, Rumer Willis) Tallulah confessed that she felt forgotten at times while Moore was married to actor Ashton Kutcher.

"Watching the behavior with Ashton those years -- because everyone left the house and it was just me living there -- I felt very forgotten and I felt like I developed and I nurtured a narrative that she didn’t love me," she explained. "And I truly believed it. And I know that she does 100 percent, but in that moment, you’re hurt and you can’t fathom that someone that loves you would do that to you and would choose others more than you."

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