Dancing with the Stars champion Rumer Willis has landed a role on Broadway.

The 26-year-old daughter of high-profile celebrities Demi Moore and Bruce Willis will be making her Broadway debut when she takes on the role of Roxie Hart in the show Chicago, Us Weekly reported.

Willis will be gracing the stage of Ambassador Theatre in New York City on August 18. She'll reportedly perform in the show as the murderous and vengeful Hart over the course of eight weeks, right up until October 11.

Willis previously appeared in an off-Broadway production of Nora and Delia Ephron's Love, Loss And What I Wore. In addition to obtaining a few small-screen roles, Willis also has some major films on her resume -- such as The House Bunny and The Whole Nine Yards.

Big stars who have played the role of Hart before Willis include Brandy Norwood, Christie Brinkley, Michelle Williams, Ashlee Simpson and Liza Minnelli, according to Us.

Willis won the twentieth season of Dancing with the Stars with pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy. She joined the "Dancing with the Stars: Live! Perfect Ten Tour" following her victory, which kicked off June 13 and will conclude August 11.