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Rumer Willis is reportedly taking her acting skills to the set of "Pretty Little Liars" this year.
The eldest daughter of actors Bruce Willis and Demi Moore is working on the set as a guest on ABC Family's hit drama series, the network confirmed with Entertainment Weekly.
Willis, 24, will appear on season four of "PLL," which is set in the fictional town of Rosewood. The actress will stay on for one episode as Zoe, an organizer for a charity, according to EW.
However, there is a chance Willis could stay on for more episodes.
The fourth season of "PLL" kicks off on June 11, and Willis' episode is scheduled to air the following month.
"PLL" is loosely based on the series of novels penned by Sara Shepard, and ratings for the mystery-thriller television series have continuously skyrocketed since its premiere in 2010.
Willis will join stars of the show that include Ashley Benson, Troian Bellisario and Shay Mitchell, among many others.
The ABC Family series is not the first guest appearance for Willis. The actress has made cameos on television series such as "Army Wives," "CSI: NY," "90210," and "Hawaii Five-0," among others.
Meanwhile, Willis has recently been spotted in Los Angeles with her famous mother following rumors of their estrangement.
Last year, Moore was hospitalized for "exhaustion," and despite being released from treatment, the actress continued to spark concern in Rumer as well as daughters Scout and Tallulah.
"[Moore's daughters] are so concerned about their mum that they're considering if they should stage an intervention," said a source close to the family, according to RadarOnline.com.
Furthermore, Moore's erratic behavior supposedly drove a wedge into her relationship with her daughters.
"Demi's girls are going to get help for their mum no matter what, but their relationship is so strained right now that it is hard to get anything done," the insider added.