This four-year-old singing Katy Perry’s ‘Firework’ with her dad for Ellen is beyond adorable

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In 2017 we’re pretty used to cute kids singing songs on talkshows, but the kids are rarely as young or as adorable as 4-year-old Claire.

Having previously impressed Ellen DeGeneres with their renditions of Disney songs, Claire and her dad Dave teamed up once more for a modern pop classic.

Claire and her dad Dave (EllenTube)

They recorded a video of their cover of Katy Perry’s fiendishly tricky ‘Firework’, which you can watch below.

Claire and Dave grabbed the attention of the world when their super-cute videos went viral, clocking up hundreds of millions of views on YouTube.

Their Claire and the Crosbys channel modestly describes her as: “Just a 4-year-old little girl who loves to sing and make music with her dad.”

When the Seattle pair last performed for Ellen back in May, they joined her on the couch for a catch-up.

During the exchange, Claire shared the story of saving a “boy ladybug” from an immense puddle.

They then performed their take on ‘You’ll Be in My Heart’ from Tarzan.

But their standout performance to date is probably their first, a performance of ‘You’ve Got a Friend in Me’, which you probably first heard on Toy Story.

In return for hosting her performance, Ellen gave Claire and her family a trip to Disneyland – and a whole load of toys too.

Claire’s Facebook page (run by her parents, of course) has attracted over a million likes.

“Claire loves to sing and spread around happiness with projects she makes with her Dad.”

And she sure does that.