Daddy-daughter duo sings a Christmas classic, but after mom joins in, it turns into pure magic
Singing sensation Claire Crosby captured people’s hearts yet again, this time with musical accompaniment from her parents.
In a video posted to YouTube, the five-year-old singer can be seen singing the beloved Christmas classic, “The First Noel”, with her parents, Dave and Ashley.
Christmas spirit fills the family’s home as they perform the beautiful song.
Claire was only three years old when she charmed the world with her viral rendition of Disney songs alongside her father, Dave.
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Uploaded on December 16, 2018, the video has already amassed almost 300,000 views in just four days.
Fans left comments praising the family for their stunning vocal performance.
“So beautiful and peaceful! So fun to see Ashley join in on the singing - so beautiful!” wrote one fan.
Another fan wrote: “Ashley sings so beautifully and it’s so nice to see the 3 of you sing together. It reminds me of how my parents and I used to sing together when I was 6.”
“Great video. Ashley, you sing great. Hope to hear you all sing together more. What an amazing little girl you have,” another comments reads.
Claire was only three years old when she charmed the world with her viral rendition of Disney songs alongside her father, Dave. One of her most popular videos is her cover of The Little Mermaid’s “Part of Your World.”
She posts music videos on the YouTube channel Claire and the Crosbys, which has more than one million followers.
BORN WITH AN INCREDIBLE TALENT
Claire was only 18 months old when her parents found her playing at the piano in their Provo, Utah apartment. She would sing the same tune from the notes she played.
At 22 months old, her father asked her if she wanted to sing a bedtime lullaby. She sang it with perfect pitch.
Another hit video by the the family is Claire and Dave’s rendition of “A Million Dreams”.
Their latest video was uploaded by “The Ellen Show” on YouTube, garnering over 400,000 views in less than a month on the video-sharing website.