Rumer Willis has revealed she might be able to dance again on the tour even though she currently has a few stress fractures in her foot.

Willis posted a photo on Instagram Thursday of her foot in a black brace. She injured it Wednesday while performing on the "Dancing with the Stars: Live! Perfect Ten Tour" and failed to disclose the length of recovery time she's looking at.

However, the 26-year-old singer and actress told Us Weekly she'll "probably" take the stage again "towards the end" of the tour.

"I am going to sing for a little bit... which I am really excited about... but hopefully in the last couple dates I'll be able to dance," added Willis, who is inspired by Adele and Amy Winehouse.

The daughter of high-profile celebrities Demi Moore and Bruce Willis explained she's been in a little pain.

"But it's not too bad," Willis insisted.

"It was one of those things that I figured it was just something mellow -- those injuries that you get as a dancer. You kind of just have to work through the pain, but unfortunately it is something that I have to actually rest and take it easy for a little while. But I am still going to be on the tour."

In terms of her love for music, Willis confessed she has her father to thank. She also grew up listening to a lot of jazz and blues.

The twentieth-season winner of Dancing with the Stars joined many show pros -- such as Val Chmerkovskiy, Witney Carson, Peta Murgatroyd, and Emma Slater -- for the 25-date tour this summer, which kicked off June 13 and will conclude August 11.