Okay, this is super sweet. Singer Pink is an adorable mum to watch on Instagram, and this impressive video of her singing with her daughter Willow is just great.
Family studio time
Pink and her seven-year-old daughter clocked up some freaking heartwarming studio time together as they recorded a track for The Greatest Showman – Reimagined, the follow-up to the original soundtrack for the 2017 Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams film.
This album features new versions of the songs on the OG The Greatest Showman album, with a whole bunch of vocal talents – including Pink and Willow – lending their voices to the project.
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Willow & I recently had the awesome opportunity to sing together one of our all-time favorite songs #AMillionDreams 💞 Check out the new album The Greatest Showman: Reimagined! And here’s a link to the full video of our recording session https://Atlantic.lnk.to/AMillionDreamsES
This sneak peek of the mum and daughter duo singing their hearts out begins with a bit of characteristically cheeky banter – perhaps a sign of some possible nerves on Willow's part.
“What are you doing?” Willow asks as her mum adjusts a microphone.
“Just fiddling,” Pink responds.
“Why?” Willow asks.
“'Cause I think it’s fun.”
“Why do you think it’s fun?” Willow continues.
“I think you’re fun,” her laughing mum says.
“Cos you’re fun. I’m glad I had you,” Pink sums up.
The best coach
In the clip, Pink and Willow perform 'A Million Dreams', with the singer mum cutely lip-syncing along with her daughter and coaching her through the track as she records her bit.
“Every night I lie in bed, the brightest colours fill my head, a million dreams are keeping me awake,” the seven-year-old sings – quite brilliantly we might add.
This post originally appeared on Babyology.
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