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Celebrities often keep their children out of the spotlight and avoid having them seen in public at all costs — as they rightfully should.
But there are a few times where they’ll let their child join them and bask in the spotlight. It doesn’t happen too often, but when it does, it’s freaking adorable.
So here are 12 celebs that have let their kids perform with them:
More recently, Pink had her daughter join her onstage at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards to perform Pink’s song “Cover Me in Sunshine” — which she also recorded with Willow.
Carrie Underwood’s first-ever Christmas album was a special gift to the world, but what made it even more special for her was having her 6-year-old son, Isaiah, record a song with her.
Underwood and her son recorded “Little Drummer Boy” together, and when looking back on the experience, Underwood remembers it to be entertaining and emotional.
Mariah Carey has never shied away from passing her amazing pipes down to her children. She’s even practiced doing background vocals with them for her super-famous Christmas song “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”
Beyoncé and her oldest daughter, Blue Ivy, have made music together since Blue Ivy was a year old.
More recently, Blue Ivy recorded “Brown Skin Girl” with Beyoncé and even won a Grammy for it — making her the second-youngest person to ever win a Grammy at only age 9.
For Jennifer Lopez’s performance at the Super Bowl LIV, she had her daughter Emme join her onstage to perform her song “Let’s Get Loud.”
When talking to Jimmy Fallon about sharing the stage with her daughter, J.Lo explained that Emme wasn’t at all nervous.
In 2016, Chris Martin invited his children Apple and Moses onstage to perform his song “Up & Up” along with two of their cousins.
On Coldplay’s most recent album, Music of the Spheres, Apple and Moses can also be heard singing with their dad on the song “Humankind.”
It’s no secret that Diana Ross loves bringing her family up onstage and sharing the spotlight with them. From award shows to performances, she’s never shied away from an opportunity to bring them along with her.
On the final night of Ross’s Las Vegas residency in 2015, she invited her daughter, Tracee, to sing “Lady Sings the Blues” onstage.
Just like her dad, Alexa Ray Joel followed in his footsteps and became a singer, songwriter, and pianist.
In 2018, during Billy Joel’s sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden, Alexa joined him onstage, and together they performed his song “New York State of Mind.”
Jaden and Will Smith have shared scenes onscreen for a long time, and now they’ve even performed onstage together.
I’m sure you know that Billy Ray Cyrus and his daughter, Miley Cyrus, have a long history of working together. From acting in Hannah Montana together to singing duet after duet, performing together is nothing unfamiliar to them.
Together, they’ve written and performed several songs for Hannah Montana, including hits like “Butterfly Fly Away” and “Ready, Set, Don’t Go.”
Superstar Alicia Keys loves performing, and what makes it even more special is when she can do it with her son, Egypt.
Back in 2019, at the iHeart Radio Music Awards, Keys invited Egypt onstage to accompany her on the piano while she sang her song “Raise a Man.”
And finally, it’s almost no surprise that Lola Lennox followed in her mother, Annie Lennox’s footsteps, and became a well-known singer/songwriter.
In August, they came together and performed “Bridge Over Troubled Water” for a virtual fundraiser to raise funds for COVID-19 relief.
Do you have a favorite moment where a celeb shared the stage with their child? Tell me about it in the comments below!
Source: BuzzFeed – Celebrity