Bruce Willis recently celebrated his 68th birthday, and some very wholesome snaps and videos of the day have been shared by his family on Instagram.
However, fans noticed one thing in particular that left them very concerned.
In a clip posted by ex-wife Demi Moore, the Die Hard actor could be seen surrounded by his closest friends and family, who were all singing happy birthday to him.
The movie icon too seemed in high birthday spirits, dancing slightly and ending the video with a sweet kiss with wife Emma.
He sang along to a few of the words and talked to the other guests as he blew out the candles on his birthday pie.
“Happy birthday, BW! So glad we could celebrate you today. Love you and love our family. Thank you to everyone for the love and warm wishes — we all feel them,” Moore captained the heartwarming video.
However, something else was capturing the attention of worried fans as they watched the video.
They couldn’t help but notice that the actor appeared to be missing a tooth, and took to the comments to address the issue further.
”What happened to his tooth?” asked one worried commenter.
Another questioned ”Does no one care Bruce is missing a front tooth … What happened there?”
”Tell his wife to put his tooth in .. show some respect to the BIG DAWG,” a third person said.
Which to that statement, another replied explaining the possibilities of the situation: ”My father had FTD. He would refuse to wear things like dentures etc… This type of dementia develops quickly. Watching this video reminds me of caring for my dad. He is that far gone. Believe me.”
This comes after the family shared the devastating news that Willis had been diagnosed with a condition called Frontotemporal dementia, also known as FTD.
They shared a statement that said: “Since we announced Bruce’s diagnosis of aphasia in spring 2022, Bruce’s condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD).”
FTD, refers to a collection of disorders that primarily affect the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. The diseases that fall under this umbrella are neurodegenerative, meaning they get worse over time.