Pink has enjoyed worldwide success for years thanks to a string of chart-topping hits, and it seems her seven-year-old daughter is already following in her footsteps as she’s debuted her adorable singing voice in a new duet with her mum.
Hours after Pink released her version of ‘A Million Dreams’ from musical The Greatest Showman, she shared a behind-the-scenes video from the recording studio as she invited her daughter Willow to perform the first verse for her.
Kneeling down in front of Willow, the proud mum is seen encouraging her as she quietly sings before applauding her efforts and hugging her after she gets every word spot on.
“I think you’re fun,” Pink tells her nervous child. “I’m glad I had you.”
From there, Willow enjoys some time off and begins climbing across all of the recording equipment in the studio as her mother takes to the microphone and completes the rest of the song with stunning vocals throughout.
Pink’s famous friends applauded the video, with actress Reese Witherspoon writing: “Her little voice & your gorgeous mama voice together,” while singer Jessie J added a love heart eyes emoji in response.
And fans loved the sweet video with one commenting on YouTube: “This is just beautiful. thank you!” While another added: “The love between P!NK and her beautiful child is so evident in this video…”
Meanwhile one wrote: “OMG and I thought I couldn’t love pink more.”
Pink previously teased Willow’s musical talents in a 2016 interview with Entertainment Tonight, saying: “She’s pitch-perfect and she’s loud, which is always good… If you can’t hit the note, just be loud. I just let her be free and wild. I just love watching the world through her eyes. She’s completely unjaded, unstained. She’s just amazing.”
Pink won praise around the world last year after she delivered an emotional speech about her daughter at the MTV VMAs. Speaking directly to her daughter as she sat in the crowd, the singer explained Willow had recently told her she felt ugly, saying: “I look like a boy with long hair.”
“Where does this thinking come from?” Pink asked in the moving speech, before describing how she created a Powerpoint presentation for her daughter filled with “androgynous rockstars and artists that live their truth, are probably made fun of every day of their life, but carry on and wave their flag and inspire the rest of us.”
She recalled telling her daughter: “When people make fun of me, that’s what they use. They say I look like a boy or I’m too masculine or I have too many opinions, my body is too strong.
“And I said to her, ‘Do you see me growing my hair?’ She said, ‘No, mama.’ I said, ‘Do you see me changing my body?’ ‘No, mama.’ ‘Do you see me changing the way I present myself to the world?’ ‘No, mama.’ ‘Do you see me selling out arenas all over the world?’ ‘Yes, Mama.’ ‘OK! So, baby girl. We don’t change.”