Los Angeles: Bruce Willis has an unlikely muse, none other quirky popstar Lady Gaga and the Hollywood action hero paid tribute to her infamous ``meat dress`` by wearing a toupee made of beef for a TV appearance. Willis, who has been sporting a bald pate for years, wore the bright red hairpiece for an appearance on The David Letterman Show.
The `Die Hard` actor said that the headgear was made from "100 per cent" pure beef. "This is all natural.
It`s a meat hairpiece inspired by that crazy lady.
Lady Gaga!," said Willis on the show.
"Let me tell you, this took hours to get ready. It`s 100 per cent ground beef sirloin.
Top shelf, organic. Showering? Not a problem.
I took a shower a couple of hours ago.
lather, rinse, repeat.
Tenderise," he joked. Not stopping at this, the star added salt and pepper to flavour the ``meat`` on the toupee before inviting Letterman to take a spoonful, which he did and spat out promptly.
After a hearty laugh from the studio audience, Willis took the hairpiece off and threw it on the floor as he carried on with the interview. Music sensation Lady Gaga drew everyone``s attention in September by wearing a controversial ensemble made out of meat to the MTV Video Music Awards.