Listen as a father-daughter duo delights on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” YouTube/TheEllenShow
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If you’re looking for cuteness overload, then look no further than little Claire Ryann and her doting dad, Dave Crosby!

The sweet father/daughter duo has charmed online audiences with their insanely adorable duet performances of popular movie songs such as “Toy Story’s” “You’ve Got A Friend In Me,” “Aladdin’s” “A Whole New World” and the title song from “Beauty and the Beast.” Their precious act has even melted the heart of popular talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, so much so that the comedian and host of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” has invited them on her program many times to sing in front of her live studio audience.

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And, this most recent time was no different.

Claire and her father guest starred on the daytime talk show earlier this week, and performed a sweet rendition of “Tomorrow” from the famous musical “Annie.”

As you might expect, Claire sang lead, while seated on a comfy couch alongside her dad. The talented five-year-old was full of so much confidence as she shared her soft and angelic voice with the studio audience. Meanwhile, her father, who previously competed on NBC’s “The Voice,” plucked away at his guitar strings and peered over at his talented daughter from time to time to show just how proud he is of her natural gift.

After their performance, Claire and Dave received a warm round of applause.

After seeing that performance and their countless others, it’s clear that Claire and her dad sound so great together. But it is possible that they could turn their duo into a trio at some point in the future. As fans may know, Dave and his wife, Ashley, welcomed their second daughter, June Cameron, into the world on Jan. 29 — just days before Ellen’s birthday. Claire already hinted that June, who is also little sis to brother Carson, likes music.

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“I’ve sung her lots of lullabies and songs, and I sing my sad song, ‘Tomorrow,’ to her when she feels a little bit sad,” Claire told Ellen while on the show. “It wakes her up when I sing to her. Sometimes when she’s awake she stares at me and her eyes follow me wherever I go because she just loves me.”


Awwww, too cute! We’re crossing our fingers that Claire and June will sing together in the future … once June is old enough to talk.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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