Billy Joel's little daughter steals the spotlight at dad's concert

Billy Joel's 3-year-old daughter Della Rose has captured the hearts of many people during her legendary father's sold-out concert.

At his Madison Square Garden concert recently, Joel, 69, surprised his fans when he brought two of his daughters - Della Rose and Alexa Ray, 32 - onstage to perform duets with him, as reported by PEOPLE.

Looking adorable in pink Christmas pajamas with a Mrs. Claus design, Della Rose joined her father to sing his hit song "Don't Ask Me Why."

In an exclusive interview, Joel, commonly nicknamed the "Piano Man," explained why no one is permitted to buy front row tickets to his concerts.

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The crowd erupted in cheers and applause after their incredible performance.

The tiny singer is Joel's daughter with wife Alexis Roderick Joel. The couple had a second daughter, Remy Anne, in October 2017.

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Later during the concert, Alexa Ray, whose mother is Joel's ex-wife Christie Brinkley, helped her famous father perform the holiday classic "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

She wore a black gown with gold details on the dress’ corseted bodice.

Joel's wife Alexis and daughter Remy Anne were also on the scene.

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In an exclusive interview, Joel, commonly nicknamed the "Piano Man," explained why no one is permitted to buy front row tickets to his concerts.

The "Just the Way You Are" singer told Billboard that scalpers would sell the front row tickets for high prices. 

"Our tickets are cheap, under $100, some in the $80s, the highest is about $150," he added.

Joel continued that he was very annoyed thinking that his fans couldn't enjoy a front row seat at his concerts because of them.

Joel has been making music since the 1960s. He released albums throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s. The singer produced 33 Top 40 hits in the US across the 20 years of his solo career.

In 1992, he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Seven years later, he was also inducted into the  Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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