Mariah Carey’s Daughter Monroe, 9, Steals the Show in Voting PSA

Talent clearly runs in the Carey-Cannon family!

Monday on TikTok, Mariah Carey posted an adorable video where she and daughter Monroe, 9, urge fans to vote in the upcoming election.

While wearing shirts that read “Your Voice Matters,” the mother-daughter duo perform a dance — choreographed by Ms. Monroe herself — set to the tune of Carey’s song “Save the Day” featuring Lauryn Hill.

“#SaveTheDay #VOTE #GirlPower Choreography/Interpretive Dance by Monroe C. a.k.a. ‘Roe Roe Diva’” the songstress captioned the cute clip.

Of course, this is not the first time Monroe has taken after her famous mama.

Back in February, the young lady lip-synced Carey’s famous whistle note for the #HighNoteChallenge.

Back in December, Carey released a new music video for her holiday classic “All I Want for Christmas Is You (Make My Wish Come True Edition),” which features Monroe and twin brother Moroccan Scott.

Carey shares her twins with ex Nick Cannon. The host of “The Masked Singer” also shares 3-year-old son Golden with Brittany Bell.


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