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[11/15/07 - 11:02 AM]
Rumer Willis Selected as 2008 Miss Golden Globe at 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards to Be Telecast Live on NBC JaN. 13
Traditionally, Miss Golden Globe, who assists in the Golden Globes ceremony, is the daughter of a well-known celebrity.

[via press release from NBC]

RUMER WILLIS SELECTED AS 2008 MISS GOLDEN GLOBE AT 65th ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS TO BE TELECAST LIVE ON NBC JAN. 13

Rumer is Daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - November 14, 2007 � The Hollywood Foreign Press Association today announced Rumer Willis as its selection as Miss Golden Globe for �The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards� to be telecast live on NBC on Sunday, January 13, 2008. HFPA President Jorge Camara made the announcement at a morning press conference. Traditionally, Miss Golden Globe, who assists in the Golden Globes ceremony, is the daughter of a well-known celebrity.

Rumer, age 19, is the daughter of two-time Golden Globe nominee Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, who received four Golden Globe nominations and a Golden Globe as Best Actor in a Television Series (Comedy or Musical) for �Moonlighting.�

�We are delighted to have Rumer Willis join us to celebrate �The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards,�� said Camara at the announcement. �Since both of her parents have enjoyed successful entertainment careers in the acting profession, she is doubly qualified to serve as Miss Golden Globe.�

Rumer Glenn Willis was born August 16th, 1988 and currently resides in Southern California. She was named after British novelist Rumer Godden. She made her film debut at the age of five in the movie �Now and Then.� She continued acting alongside her parents in such films as �Striptease,� �The Whole Nine Yards� and �Hostage.� After graduating high school, she attended USC for a few semesters, until she decided to pursue acting full time. Since spreading her acting wings, Rumer has completed two films to be released in 2008. She most recently wrapped �I Know What Boys Like� opposite Anna Faris and Collin Hanks at Sony and the independent �From Within� directed by Phedon Papamichael, starring Adam Goldberg and Thomas Dekker.

Previous Miss Golden Globe honorees include Lorraine Nicholson (daughter of Jack Nicholson and Rebecca Broussard), Laura Dern (daughter of Diane Ladd and Bruce Dern), Joely Fisher (daughter of Connie Stevens and Eddie Fisher), and Melanie Griffith (daughter of Tippi Hedren).

Nominations for �The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards� will be announced at 5:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 13. �The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards� will take place Sunday, January 13, 2008 at The Beverly Hilton with a live telecast airing on NBC at 8 PM (EST) and produced by Dick Clark Productions in association with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Jorge Camara is President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Barry Adelman is executive producer. Chris Donovan is director. Al Schwartz is consulting producer. Ken Shapiro is producer. Ron Weed is consulting producer. Bob Bardo is executive in charge of production.

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MISS AND/OR MR. GOLDEN GLOBE
1963 Eva Six (movies)
Donna Douglas (television)
1964 Linda Evans
1971 Ann Archer
1972 Pamela Powell
1973 Kelley Miles
1974 Linda Meikle John
1975 Melanie Griffith
1976 Lisa Farringer
1977 Nicole Ericson
1978 Elizabeth Stack
1979 Stephanie Haymes
1980 Kim Karath
1981 Rosanne Katon
1982 Laura Dern
1983 Lori Leonelli & Rhonda Shear
1984 Anita Finch
1985 Lisabeth Shatner
1986 Calista Carradine
1987 Candace Savalas
1988 Gigi Garner
1989 Kyle Aletter
1990 Katharine Kramer
1991 Kaitlin Hopkins
1992 Joely Fisher
1993 Erin Hamilton
1994 Alex Martin
1995 John Clark Gable
1996 Jaime Nicole Dudney & Freddie Prinze Jr.
1997 Kehly Sloane
1998 Clementine Ford
1999 Tori Reid
2000 Liza Huber
2001 Katie Flynn
2002 Haley Giraldo
2003 Dominik Garcia-Lorido & A.J. Lamas
2004 Lily Costner
2005 Kathryn Eastwood
2006 Dakota Johnson
2007 Lorraine Nicholson





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