Watching Pink and her daughter sing together will give you all the feels
It appears that Pink's seven-year-old daughter, Willow Hart, is following in her mother's footsteps.
The talented youngster teamed up with her pop-star mum to record a cover of 'A Million Things' for The Greatest Showman Reimagined - an upcoming companion album for the 2017 blockbusting movie.
Naturally, the pair knocked it out of the park.
In an adorable behind-the-scenes video from their recording studio session, Willow showcased her vocal chops by singing the entire first verse of the song by herself, while Pink coached her along.
Seeing this precious mother-daughter duo completely melted our hearts, and we're sure it'll do the same to you...
Aren't they just adorable?
"They should have just sung the song originally," remarked one YouTube viewer.
"I grew up listening to 'Annie' and no one has done this for me – for my heart – since I was a little girl," Pink told The Greatest Showman songwriters Benji Pasek and Justin Paul in the video.
"You made our favorite movie ever," she added.
The video was posted to YouTube on Wednesday, and The Greatest Showman Reimagined album is due to be released in mid-November.
Amongst the artists announced, Panic! at the Disco will be covering 'The Greatest Show', Sara Bareilles Tightrope and Kesha and Missy Elliot will join forces to perform a remix of the Oscar-nominated track, 'This is Me'.
In related news, after giving birth to her second child, Jameson Moon, back in December, Pink has been hard at work in the gym, trying to hit her fitness goals. But like most people who are killing it in the gym, she ran into a little roadblock.
After the 38-year-old weighed herself, she was shocked at the number she was presented with because it totally didn't reflect all the hours of training she had put in.
Pink proceeded to upload a gym selfie to her Instagram, and the caption was just spot on. She urged women to stop obsessing over the numbers on the scale, as they're pretty much meaningless.
In the Instagram caption, she wrote:
"Would you believe I'm 160 pounds and 5'3"? By 'regular standards' that makes me obese. I know I'm not at my goal or anywhere near it after Baby 2 but dammit I don't feel obese. The only thing I'm feeling is myself. Stay off that scale ladies!"
And naturally, Instagram had quite the reaction. Pink's post quickly garnered over 284,000 likes, and many were quick to praise her for speaking out about the conundrum, by and by advocating body positivity.
One user commented: "thank you for this post!! You are so real on social media it is so refreshing I am 160 too and 5'3 and every time I see the dr they tell me I'm healthy! Thank you so much for this!!!! [sic]"
While another spoke about the struggle of getting your body back to its pre-baby condition: "ur still beautiful! Thanks for being real about it. I'm still shocked about my post baby bod. But this bod carried a baby! That's amazing! [sic]"