Ella Travolta Releases Very First Song Titled ‘Dizzy’

Ella Travolta has released her very first song and she is “so happy and excited.” Ella dropped her first single Friday and shared a clip featuring her dad –  John Travolta – to mark the big accomplishment.

Ella Travolta Releases Very First Song Titled ‘Dizzy’

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Ella announced the news on Instagram, where she wrote, “So happy and excited to say that my first single, “Dizzy”, is out now!!! It’s been a long time coming but I’m still that 14-year-old weird girl at heart and I love it???? Hope you like it, link in my bio and story❤️.”

“Get a little bit / Dizzy / A little bit, whoa / Oh baby when you’re near me / That’s all that I can do to not fall,” she sings. “Dizzy/ When you’re with me / but it’s okay / love you anyway.”  

John also shared the video on his own Instagram account Friday, where he wrote in the caption, “I’m so excited for Ella! Her song, ‘Dizzy,’ is out right now! The link is in my stories!” 

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Last month, Ella posted, “I’m so excited to announce that my first single ‘Dizzy’ will be released on 1/7/22!” she shared. “You can pre-save the song now by following the link in my bio. All my love and thank you for yours.”

“There is something I’ve been working on for the past year that is very dear to my heart. I wanted to share a part of a song that I wrote that will be on my EP coming out next year. Very excited (and nervous????). Hope you like it!”

It really comes as no surprise that Ella Travolta is musically gifted! After all, her father is John Travolta. However, with Ella just getting into her music career now, we can only imagine the support she would have received from her late mother, Kelly Preston.

Preston lost her battle to cancer in July 2020. “Mama, thank you for all you have done for us and for this world,” Ella wrote on the first Mother’s Day after Preston’s passing. “I miss you and love you very much, but your smile, warmth, and love are ever-lasting. Wishing all of the moms a happy Mother’s Day.”

What do you think of the tune? We have to say, we think it is great!

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