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Girl practicing Little Mermaid song battles through the lyrics despite her parents’ funny faces 

Now THAT’S supportive parents! Girl practicing Little Mermaid song battles through the lyrics despite her parents pulling some VERY funny faces

  • A video shows two loving parents lending their own unique support to their daughter while she sings ‘Part of Your World’ from the Little Mermaid
  • ‘When I said my parents were supportive, I wasn’t kidding,’ said Brianna Rubia in the Thursday post that has been watched more 7million times
  • The video shows Brianna’s sister, Sammi, singing the song while her parents make funny faces 
  • On Twitter, people rallied behind the supportive parents and expressed their infatuation with the girl’s father   

These parents are definitely a part of their daughter’s biggest fans.

A video shows two loving parents lending their own unique support to their daughter while she sings ‘Part of Your World’ from the Little Mermaid.  

‘When I said my parents were supportive, I wasn’t kidding,’ said Brianna Rubia in the Thursday post that has been watched more 7million times. 

Brianna shared that she decided to film the video of her sister, 17-year-old Sammi, as she practiced her nightly vocals because her parents are ‘goofy like that all the time.’ 

Sammi is focused, slaying the vocals and giving her Princess Ariel a run for her money

Too funny! An obnoxious video shows two loving parents lending their own unique support to their daughter while she sings ‘Part of Your World’ from the Little Mermaid

'When I said my parents were supportive, I wasn't kidding,' said the girl's sister, Brianna Rubia, in the Thursday post that has been watched more 7million times

‘When I said my parents were supportive, I wasn’t kidding,’ said the girl’s sister, Brianna Rubia, in the Thursday post that has been watched more 7million times

Brianna added: ‘(EEKK DAS MY SISTER RIGHT THERE Y’ALL SHE SO TALENTED) and my parents barging in to fangirl and fanboy.’ 

In the brief clip, as Sammi sings, her parents can’t help but make animated faces of admiration. 

The girl’s father seems the most expressive over his daughter’s singing, but their mother is just as silly as she tries singing along. 

Sammi is focused, slaying the vocals and giving her Princess Ariel a run for her money. 

In the brief clip, as Sammi sings, her parents can't help but make animated faces of admiration

In the brief clip, as Sammi sings, her parents can't help but make animated faces of admiration

So supportive: In the brief clip, as Sammi sings, her parents can’t help but make animated faces of admiration

Hilarious! The girl's father seems the most expressive over his daughter's singing, but their mother is just as silly as she tries singing along

Hilarious! The girl’s father seems the most expressive over his daughter’s singing, but their mother is just as silly as she tries singing along

On Twitter, people rallied behind the supportive parents and expressed their infatuation with the girl's father

On Twitter, people rallied behind the supportive parents and expressed their infatuation with the girl’s father

She manages to get through most of the song while her parents continue to give their best laugh-inducing faces.

On Twitter, people rallied behind the supportive parents and expressed their infatuation with the girl’s father.

User Emmanual Hunt said: ‘Bro look at your dad.’

‘This is so precious,’ shared one user. 

Gabbie Hanna cosigned: ‘THIS IS MY FAVORITE VIDEO ON THE INTERNET.’

'This is so precious,' shared one user

‘This is so precious,’ shared one user

Gabbie Hanna cosigned: 'THIS IS MY FAVORITE VIDEO ON THE INTERNET'

Gabbie Hanna cosigned: ‘THIS IS MY FAVORITE VIDEO ON THE INTERNET’

'Can they adopt me,' asked user @uhrezo

‘Can they adopt me,’ asked user @uhrezo

Brianna responded that her dad said: 'Welcome to da pamilee'

Brianna responded that her dad said: ‘Welcome to da pamilee’

Several people asked if they could join the Filipino family as their newest addition. 

‘Can they adopt me,’ asked user @uhrezo. Brianna responded that her dad said: ‘Welcome to da pamilee.’ 

A different user said: ‘filipino parents got no chill.’ 

‘This why I want kids,’ asserted @itszay___. ‘Cuz I would always support and gas them. They would never go without knowing I was proud of them and their efforts.’ 

The video was filmed in the Philippines, where the family lives.   

A different user said: 'filipino parents got no chill'

A different user said: ‘filipino parents got no chill’

'This why I want kids,' asserted @itszay___. 'Cuz I would always support and gas them. They would never go without knowing I was proud of them and their efforts'

‘This why I want kids,’ asserted @itszay___. ‘Cuz I would always support and gas them. They would never go without knowing I was proud of them and their efforts’

The video was filmed in the Philippines, where the family lives

The video was filmed in the Philippines, where the family lives



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