They're following in daddy's footsteps! Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's kids, daughter Apple and son Moses, showed off their incredible vocal talent during a performance at a fundraiser in Malibu, California, on Saturday, October 22.
The adorable children took the stage at a Boys & Girls Club benefit with the Coldplay frontman, 39, who earlier performed with Beck, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, Goldfrapp's Davide Rossi, Jakob Dylan and E Street Band keyboardist Roy Bittan.
Apple, 12, looked nearly identical to her mom at Saturday night's event. Clad in a white T-shirt and gray sweatpants, the preteen belted a cover of Ariana Grande's 2014 song "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" while Martin played the piano.
Moses, 10, later hopped on stage in a backward baseball cap, a purple print hoodie, black jeans and sneakers. Standing at the microphone, he wowed the audience with his rendition of Twenty One Pilots' "House of Gold" while his rocker dad strummed an acoustic guitar.
This isn't the first time the Hollywood scions performed with the "Fix You" crooner in recent months. In June, they paid tribute to rock band Viola Beach at Glastonbury Festival in Martin's native U.K. after all four members of the group died in a tragic car accident in Sweden in February.
Martin and Paltrow have been coparenting their children since their March 2014 split, which the 44-year-old actress famously called a "conscious uncoupling" at the time. The former spouses have both moved on since ending their 10-year marriage. Paltrow is currently dating famed TV producer Brad Falchuk, while Martin was most recently linked to actress Annabelle Wallis.
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