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Cybill Shepherd makes rare comments about her former Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis

Cybill Shepherd, 72, makes rare comments about former Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis, 67: ‘We were both very attracted to each other’

Cybill Shepherd made some rare comments about her Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis on Friday.

The 72-year-old iconic Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the 67-year-old actor and ‘will always love him.’ Their TV show aired from 1985 until 1989.

The blonde beauty spoke about her longtime friend when at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles hosted by Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis.

Good match: Cybill Shepherd made some rare comments about her Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis on Friday.  The blonde iconic Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and 'will always love him'

Good match: Cybill Shepherd made some rare comments about her Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis on Friday. The blonde iconic Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and ‘will always love him’

Willis recently announcement he has retired to battle aphasia.

Shepherd told Extra that they were into each other.

‘My temperature went up 10 degrees. That meant two things to me: one, I was very attracted to him, two, I would never act on it, ’cause we were both very attracted to each other.’

She added, ‘I will always love Bruce.’

On the orange carpet: The blonde beauty spoke about her friends when at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles

On the orange carpet: The blonde beauty spoke about her friends when at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles

He was hot stuff: Shepherd told Extra that they were into each other.  'My temperature went up 10 degrees.  That meant two things to me: one, I was very attracted to him, two, I would never act on it, 'cause we were both very attracted to each other'

He was hot stuff: Shepherd told Extra that they were into each other. ‘My temperature went up 10 degrees. That meant two things to me: one, I was very attracted to him, two, I would never act on it, ’cause we were both very attracted to each other’

And she said he was the only guy they wanted for their TV show.

‘I just have to say one thing about Bruce,’ she said.

‘No one else was ever considered for the part when he walked in the room.’

At the end of March, Willis’ family announced that he was done acting due to aphasia.

He was the man: 'I just have to say one thing about Bruce,' she said.  'No one else was ever considered for the part when he walked in the room'

He was the man: ‘I just have to say one thing about Bruce,’ she said. ‘No one else was ever considered for the part when he walked in the room’

Friends: (LR) Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis and Shepherd attend the 29th Annual Race To Erase MS on May 20 in Los Angeles

Friends: (LR) Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis and Shepherd attend the 29th Annual Race To Erase MS on May 20 in Los Angeles

The family: (LR) Isabella Rickel, Davis, Ken Rickel and Mariella Rickel

The family: (LR) Isabella Rickel, Davis, Ken Rickel and Mariella Rickel

In a statement, his family said, ‘To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities.’

Cybill was at Race To Erase MS because her daughter Clementine has the disease, she said.

‘I remember the day when I went with my daughter Clementine up to University of California San Francisco, to one of the experts on multiple sclerosis, and it was a positive,’ she shared.

‘She’s done great though. I could not ask for more. My darling Clementine. ‘

Her little one: Cybill was at Race To Erase MS because her daughter Clementine has the disease, she said.  'I remember the day when I went with my daughter Clementine up to University of California San Francisco, to one of the experts on multiple sclerosis, and it was a positive,' she shared

Her little one: Cybill was at Race To Erase MS because her daughter Clementine has the disease, she said. ‘I remember the day when I went with my daughter Clementine up to University of California San Francisco, to one of the experts on multiple sclerosis, and it was a positive,’ she shared

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