It looks like pop star Pink has passed down her musical genes to her daughter, Willow Sage Hart, and is now making room to share the spotlight with her.
Earlier this year, Willow appeared in Pink's music video for her single "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken," but that wasn't her first foray into the entertainment world.
She made her screen debut in the video for her superstar mom's 2013 song "True Love," when she was just a toddler, then two years later, she starred in the "Just Like Fire" music video.
Willow has also accompanied her mom, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, to many industry events, including last year's MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs). That's when we got a glimpse at the seven-year-old passionately singing along to every lyric of her mother's songs.
Well, it turns out, lip-syncing isn't Willow's only talent. The little girl has got impressive vocals and is finally showing them off alongside her mom.
Pink, 39, and her daughter recently got into the studio together to record a powerful duet. They did a reprise of "A Million Dreams," a song from the soundtrack of the box-office hit The Greatest Showman, starring Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams and Zac Efron.
Pink and Willow's version of the song, which was originally sung in the film by Jackman, will be available as part of the upcoming The Greatest Showman - Reimagined all-star album.
In the meantime, this adorable behind-the-scenes video of the "What About Us" singer performing the song with her daughter will warm your heart.
In the video shared by Atlantic Records, Pink explained why this song and other tunes written by the musical's songwriters, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, mean so much to her.
"I grew up listening to 'Annie,' and no one has done this for me, for my heart since I was a little girl," the vocalist said before giving Willow a hug. "And to have her finally have something like this ... You made our favorite movie ever."
In addition to the Pink and Willow, the album, which comes out on November 16, will also feature Kelly Clarkson, the Zac Brown Band, Pentatonix, Sara Bareilles, and more.