Mariah Carey performs with her daughter Monroe, 12, at a sold-out Christmas concert in Los Angeles

The holiday spirit runs in the family.

Mariah Carey performed with her 12-year-old daughter, Monroe Cannon, at a sold-out Christmas concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Friday night.

In a video of the sweet performance shared by Kim Kardashian, the mother-daughter duo sang “Jesus Born on This Day” from Carey’s 1994 holiday album “Merry Christmas.”

Carey’s mini-me also showed off his sk**ls by playing guitar during a performance of “Christmas Wrapping.”

Several stars attended the festive spectacle, including Kris Jenner, Nicole Richie and Kardashian, who brought her daughters, North and Chicago, and niece Dream.

Carey – who shares twins Monroe and Moroccan with father-of-12 Nick Cannon – has long spoken openly about her children’s musical talents.

Mariah Carey brought her daughter Monroe to her sold-out concert on Friday.
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Carey and her 12-year-old child, “Jesus Born That Day.”
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“I love it. I love seeing them get into this performance space, this musical space, and whether they’re excited to do it, that’s on them,” she told Access Plus early this week.


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“I never say ‘you have to do this,’ you know? That’s all they want to do and they rehearse and work really hard, so that’s impressive to me.

Carey shares Monroe and her Moroccan twin sister with Nick Cannon.
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The “Touch My Body” singer, 54, revealed earlier this month that her son and daughter would be joining her on her holiday tour.

“I think my daughter rehearses more than I do, so I think she might get away with it a little bit more than me,” Carey told ABC News, adding that she thinks Monroe “kind of has” her whistle octave and “just play with it” to succeed.

Although her children are now interested in music, she is not sure whether her “really talented” children will follow in her footsteps forever.

The “Emotions” singer performed at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California, for a sold-out performance.
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Stars filled the seats for the show, including Kris Jenner and Nicole Richie.
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“I don’t want to say they’re my friends, because then they’re like, ‘Oh, my mom’s nerdy,'” she exclaimed before quoting a scene from “Mean Girls.”

“I am not an ordinary mother. I’m a cool mom.

Monroe and Moroccan will also join their mother on stage at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday. Carey is set to perform her No. 1 hit “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”

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