John Legend & Little Luna Singing 'Baby Shark' Is the Cutest Duet Ever

Ten-time Grammy winner John Legend has sang with a lot of, well, legends… Kelly Clarkson, Meghan Trainor, Ariana Grande, to name a few. His latest crooning partner might just be the most adorable one yet, though.

John Legend took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a video of himself and his 2-year-old daughter Luna Simone keeping the “Baby Shark” trend alive by granting his followers a look at their own sweet mini-rendition of the hit children’s song.

“Luna, do you know what’s on my shirt?” John asks Luna in the clip.

“Daddy shark,” Luna responds, before the daddy-daughter duo launches into the song together.

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Making too much noise at lunch

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“Making too much noise at lunch,” John captioned the post.

John (otherwise known as Daddy Shark, according to Luna) shared an additional shot of the pair rocking matching sunglasses. Aww!

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Daddy Shark + Luna Shark

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Music seems to be a major part of the Legend household, and this isn’t the first time John has showed off a pic of his little ones getting an early start on learning an instrument.

“Excuse me, I’m teaching,” he captioned a picture of Luna and baby Miles as they played on the piano back in January.

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excuse me, I'm teaching

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Chrissy Teigen has also been known to fill followers in on her kids’ milestones. In early March, she shared a video of Luna enjoying herself at her first dance class.

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Time will tell if Luna and Miles will follow in their musical father’s professional footsteps. We’re loving the sweet singing moments in the meantime!


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