Kelly Clarkson got her adorable 2-year-old daughter, River Rose, to help her out in the latest charity challenge, #DiabetesDanceDare.
The "Stronger" singer was nominated to bust a move in an effort to raise funds and awareness to the high volume of diabetes diagnoses in America, and chose Salt-N-Pepa's "Push It" to dance to with her toddler.
Kelly and River both donned baseball caps as they jumped around to the 1986 hit. The American Idol alum jokingly noted that the song might not be appropriate for a 2-year-old, but River didn't seem to mind.
The proud mom also challenged some of her peers by calling out the mentors on The Voice -- Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys -- as well as host Carson Daily and Gwen Stefani, who was previously on the singing show, to take the #DiabetesDanceDare. Kelly has previously served as a guest mentor for Blake Shelton's team on The Voice during the program's battle rounds.
Kelly recently spoke to ET about how being a parent has changed her. In addition to River, the 34-year-old star is a mother to 5-month-old son, Remy, as well as stepmom to her husband Brandon Blackstock's two children from a previous marriage.
"It sounds so cheesy, but I feel way more confident, way more empowered and way more like I've got this," she told ET's Jennifer Peros about motherhood. "You just have so much going on all the time, especially because I'm a working mom -- so many moving parts and so much navigation -- that I just feel like I can do anything. I feel like the head of the village."
Kelly added, "Having kids cuts out all the bulls**t in the sense that I don't have time to do stuff I don't want to do anymore."
As for what's in store on the career front, Kelly recently released her first picture book, River Rose and the Magical Lullaby.