Alyssa Milano Sings “All About That Bass” to Dancing Daughter Elizabella: Video!

#MondayMuse Dancing baby Elizabella!

A video posted by Alyssa Milano (@milano_alyssa) on May 11, 2015 at 7:44pm PDT

Those cheeks — and those moves! Alyssa Milano's daughter Elizabella is a big fan of Meghan Trainor. The former Mistresses actress sang the singer's smash "All About That Bass" during an impromptu dance session on Monday, May 11.

"#MondayMuse Dancing baby Elizabella!" Milano, 42, captioned via Instagram. In the video, the star's 8-month-old baby girl wiggled on the ground in a white onesie. (Seriously, how cute are those brunette curls!?)

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Alyssa Milano sang Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" as her daughter Elizabella wiggled on the ground on Monday, May 11 Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

Last week, the Who's the Boss? alum also posted an adorable family photo of her baby girl, son Milo, 3, and CAA agent husband David Bugliari, 33.

"It’s hard to juggle everything. Every day is a process and a balancing act, but I try to take every day as it comes. My schedule is sporadic, which is good because it allows me some real quality time with my kids," Milano told Yahoo! Parenting earlier this month. "When I have business to attend to, I’m always aware that I need to get home as soon as possible or I feel guilty."

She added: "I have learned, through a lot of therapy, that a lot of guilt is pre-wired in a woman’s being. I think if you go back to the caveman days, we are wired to not want to be away from our young because they didn’t have caretakers then. They didn’t have nannies. We needed to keep our offspring safe, and I don’t think we’ve evolved out of that. We still have the biological urge to be with our kids, and to know that the guilt is coming from some place biological, it helps."

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