Chrissy Teigen Shares Adorable Videos of Her and Luna Stephens Singing in the Car

Chrissy Teigen shared videos of her and her daughter, Luna Stephens, singing Ariana Grande's "NASA" in the car.

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John Legend (opens in new tab) is not the only person in his family with musical talent. Chrissy Teigen (opens in new tab) proved that with a series of new videos on her Instagram Story.

In the clips, Chrissy and her daughter, Luna Stephens (opens in new tab), are in the backseat of a car, fully jamming out (and singing along) to Ariana Grande's hit (opens in new tab), "NASA." Chrissy makes a quick appearance at the beginning of the clips, but the real star of the videos is Luna. Then again, when is Luna not the real star if she's involved in something? 

The mother-daughter Ariana Grande duet is adorable enough on its own, but in one of the clips, Chrissy used a very cute, sparkly cheek filter and Luna was totally fascinated by it.

"What is this?" she asks, hiding from the filter against the side of her carseat and then popping out again to make it reappear on her face.

"It's a sparkle filter," Chrissy explains.

Check out the videos below, courtesy of a Luna fan account (opens in new tab):

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