Willow has displayed many times that she has acquired her popstar mom's singing talent.
Pink can't stop gushing over her 11-year-old's incredible performance at her first-ever recital. Willow can be heard singing The Rose Song which was originally made popular by Olivia Rodrigo in Disney's High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, according to TODAY. "So proud of this girl [first recital] nailed it," the 43-year-old singer wrote alongside a video of Willow's entire performance. "This 11 year old (11,000 year old soul) blows me away. @oliviarodrigo" Pink added in the caption.
In the video, the young girl sings: "All my life, I’ve seen myself through your eyes / Wonderin’ if I am good enough for your time. You love me but for all the wrong reasons / Am I somethin’ to you and not someone?" Her performance garnered tons of praise from popular singers including Mandy Moore and Chrissy Metz. "Holy cow!!! What a voice! What composure. Superstar," Moore commented, while Metz wrote, "Wow ❤️."
This isn't the first time we've heard Willow's beautiful voice. In May, the talented young girl appeared on stage with her mom at the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival and sang her famous mother's 2021 song, Cover Me In Sunshine, with her. Years before, it was evident that her mother's talent definitely passed down to her after a then 9-year-old Willow and her mom took the stage during ABC Network's The Disney Holiday Singalong back in 2020.
ABC teased the mother-daughter duet by sharing a video of the two performing Nat King Cole's The Christmas Song. Pink starts off the performance beautifully but there's no doubt who steals the show. Young 9-year-old completely holds her own while singing alongside her popstar mom. "They know that Santa's on his way/he's loaded lots of toys and goodies on his sleigh," the youngster sang impressively as her mom proudly held the microphone for her, reports PEOPLE.
As a mom-of-two Pink wants to make sure her children are raised to be confident and full of self-love. “I tell my daughter the truth,” Pink previously told PEOPLE for her family’s Beautiful Issue cover story. “I let her be 6, but I want her to know about fairness and kindness, and that you have to fight for your rights, and that sometimes girls aren’t paid as much as boys for the same job, and girls aren’t treated the same and that they have to work harder for everything.”
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