John Travolta's Daughter Praises Him as Her 'Hero' in Celebratory Photo
Ella Bleu Travolta shared the sweetest selfie with her dad in honor of his 69th birthday.
John Travolta's 22-year-old daughter, Ella Bleu Travolta, had much to say about her father while celebrating his birthday on Instagram this month.
The singer, actress, and model posted an adorable selfie of the two on Instagram to celebrate Travolta's big day, writing, "Yesterday marked the birthday of my hero. The most incredible father, friend and role model anyone could ask for. I love you, Daddy❤️❤️❤️."
Ella also tagged her father in the sweet post, who replied with a sweet message in the comments: "I love you to my dearest Ella. More than you know. ❤️."
The father-daughter moment had everyone feeling warmhearted, including actor Jeremy Renner, who wrote, "❤️ So sweet ❤️."
Marisol Nichols also celebrated Travolta's birthday, commenting, "So beautiful! HBD 👏."
A few other recognizable names, including Melissa Peterman and Billy Baldwin, also wished Travolta a happy birthday on the post, while fans flooded the comments with well-wishes.
On Feb. 18, Travolta turned 69, and the star has an exciting year ahead of him, with four movies currently in post-production or completed, according to IMDb.
Travolta and his daughter, who is beginning her career in the entertainment industry, even making her New York Fashion Week debut this past fall, actually teamed up for a series of hilarious commercials this past year for the video game God of War Ragnarök.
In one of the commercials, Travolta and Ella, along with Ben Stiller, LeBron James, and their children, attend group therapy, as the kids have some problems with their parents' newfound obsession with the PlayStation game.
Ella shared the commercial on social media, captioning it, "Grateful to have a dad who always goes above and beyond to be the best parent he can be! But maybe he’s gone a bit too far this time."
Travolta actually has been having a lot of fun with commercials recently, even bringing back his Grease character Danny Zuko (in a sense) for a memorable Super Bowl commercial.