Madonna twin daughters Estere and Stella were certainly feeling happy on Wednesday night.
The 6½-year-old girls were all smiles as they performed a dance routine together to Pharrell’s 2013 tune “Happy,” as seen in a video the Queen of Pop posted to her Instagram account.
Both looked adorable in matching bright blue shorts, navy short-sleeve T-shirts, black sneakers and a headband scarves as they performed the choreographed routine — first separately and then together with a woman who appeared to be a dance teacher.
Their video was captioned on Instagram by Madonna with two crying laughing emoji.
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Of course, this isn’t the first time Madonna has shared video footage of her girls dancing on Instagram.
The duo have been in dance class since they were at least 5 years old, following in their mom’s footsteps with their impressive moves and dancing to everything from hip hop to salsa. Madonna often dubs the clips, “Dance Therapy.”
Pharrell’s in good company, too. Estere and Stella have also performed routines to songs by artists like Drake (“In My Feelings”) and Maleek Berry (“Kontrol”).
Estere and Stella’s love for music has been apparent since Madonna welcomed the twins home from Malawi.
The “Material Girl” — who is also mom to daughters Mercy James, 13, and Lourdes, 22, plus sons David Banda, 13, and Rocco, 18 — has shared multiple clips of her two youngest children singing, in addition to showing off their rhythmic talent.
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“Today seems like a good day to rewrite the stars!!! ♥️??????????????,” Madonna captioned a January 2018 video of Estere, Stella and David dancing to the song made famous by Zac Efron and Zendaya in the 2017 film The Greatest Showman.
Madonna previously revealed why she decided to open her heart and home to her daughters in an interview with PEOPLE.
“Sometimes I would just close my eyes and just think, ‘Why isn’t my kitchen filled with dancing children?’ ” she said. “There’s so many children that need a home,” she recalled at the time. “I thought, ‘What am I waiting for? Just do it.’ “
In addition to their dancing clip on Wednesday, Madonna also shared multiple pictures and videos of her twin girls on her Instagram Story.
One shot showed the two sisters dressed in matching pajamas, pressing their foreheads next to one another. “2 heads are better than one!” Madonna wrote on the shot.
A series of videos came next, with the girls in bed sending their love to Madonna from afar. “Goodnight Mambo,” they said, in unison. “Really, really, really, really, really want you to come home.”
“Feeling guilty,” Madonna wrote.
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