Looks like Madonna's daughter Lourdes Leon is a chip off the old block.
The 17-year-old showed off her performance skills as she starred in her high school's production of 'Grease' on Sunday.
Lourdes took on the role of Rizzo - played by Stockard Channing in the 1978 movie - and looked the spitting image of her famous mother, belting out songs such as 'Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee' and 'There Are Worse Things I Could Do'.
Madonna was in the audience to support her daughter on Sunday night, along with her other children Rocco, David and Mercy.
In a programme for the show, Lourdes also paid tribute to her mother.
"[Lourdes] would like to thank her parents with all of her heart for giving her guidance and love and supporting her passions wholeheartedly," it reportedly read.
Lourdes also proved to be a hit with the critics, with one from the New York Daily News writing: “[Lourdes] had the comic chops and confidence on stage. She delivered Rizzo’s zingers with hands on her hips and a lot of attitude.”
The sold-out run of 'Grease' continues until 15 December at LaGuardia High.