Rapper and singer Lizzo’s music knows no bounds. Just ask 39-year-old actress Kristen Bell and her 6-year-old daughter Lincoln.
In one of the greatest videos you will see this week, Bell recorded the moment she was driving one of her daughters to school. In the background of the video, you can hear Bell’s oldest daughter, 6-year-old Lincoln Shepard belting out one of Lizzo’s many hit songs, Good As Hell.
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Lincoln can be heard singing the chorus of the song, which goes “I do my hair toss, check my nails, baby how you feeling? Feelin’ good as hell,” as Bell sweetly smiles at her daughter’s performance.
Lincoln then jumps to the part of the song that goes, “If he don’t love you anymore. Just walk you’re fine a** out the door.” She then jumps back to the chorus, singing “I do my hair toss, check my nails, baby you feeling? Feelin’ good as hell.”
The quick video clip can’t help but put a person in as good of a mood as Lincoln was on her way to school that day. And that’s exactly what her performance did for her mom.
A few hours later, while picking her daughter up from school, Bell took to her Instagram story again, writing that she was “really feelin’ myself at school pickup today…I think it’s [because] my daughter sang [Lizzo] all morning.”
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Along with a slew of other celebrity parents, Bell and her husband, actor Dax Shepard, avoid sharing their kids’ identity on social media. However, while we don’t know what Lincoln and 4-year-old Delta look like, that hasn’t stopped Bell and Shepard from still giving their fans a glimpse into their daughters’ budding personalities.
Just a few weeks ago, Bell shared a lengthy video to her Instagram story after she and her girls discovered “the hardest word to say in the English language.” The video revealed both Lincoln and Delta attempting to pronounce the word “specific.”
However, their many attempts kept coming out more like “suh-spifik” or “spa-spifik.” In fact, Bell repeated the word so many times that at one point she even had to think about how to say it as well.
In a recent interview with People, Bell called her daughters “pretty chatty.” She later admitted that scares her because they know the entire plotline and the ending of the highly anticipated Frozen 2 movie coming out in November.
“They also already know the whole plotline and all the songs, and I have yet to make them sign an NDA, so I could be screwed because they’re pretty chatty. I’ve been singing them the songs for a couple years now because we’ve been working on it for two and a half years.”
Let’s hope the next video isn’t of Bell explaining to Delta and Lincoln why they can’t talk about her work to her friends.
Sara Vallone has been a writer and editor for the last four and a half years. A graduate of Ohio University, she enjoys celebrity news, sports, and articles that enhance people’s lives.
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