Demi Moore played Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts when she stopped by The Late Late Show with James Cordon this week. The actress revealed the worst film she starred in, as well as took aim at her ex-husband Bruce Willis.
Moore was on hand to chat about her memoir, Inside Out. After their talk, Corden convinced her to participate in the game. The famous segment features Corden and guest’s questions they must either answer or choose to take a bite from an array of disgusting foods instead.
“You are viewed as a pioneer for equal pay for women in Hollywood. Who is an actor you’ve worked with who got paid more money than you that didn’t deserve to?” the late-night host asked.
Moore was faced with either spilling the tea or drinking a shot of the highest-grade hot sauce on the market. She chose to talk but her answer might not be all that genuine.
“Oh, where do I start the list? OK, I don’t know if I could say he didn’t deserve. That’s not necessarily up to me to say. I say, Bruce Willis,” the Ghost star finally said.
The answer could be true, or it could be a copout. It is pretty easy to take aim at your ex-husband, as opposed to genuinely call out a male costar.
Next up the actress was asked to reveal the name of what she felt was her worst movie. Moore did not have an issue answering this question. She avoided eating a 1,000-year-old egg by claiming Parasite’ in 3-D her worst movie. The film was the second movie Moore ever acted in and was released in 1982.
Demi Moore and James Corden played the gross game Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts on his talk show the other night. Although the actress was not afraid to dish some details, she did end up having to chug a disgusting mayo smoothing.
Moore was unwilling to dish on some of her former costars and the mayo concoction was her punishment. She and Corden were both amused and completely grossed out by the segment, which has quickly become a fan favorite.
The video is laugh out loud funny and full of even more juicy details, so be sure to check it out. There is even an awkward moment where Corden admits he did not read Moore’s book.