Like mother, like daughter! Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon's 10-year-old daughter Monroe is ready for the spotlight after landing her first-ever ad for a back-to-school campaign.
Monroe portrayed the younger version of the "Always Be My Baby" songstress for OshKosh B'Gosh's campaign called "Today Is Someday." In addition to Carey's mini-me, the company also cast adorable kiddos to take on the childhood personas of Muhammad Ali and Outkast.
The ads "[pay] tribute to Carey’s emotional childhood, her songwriting and her profound impact and influence on generations of young dreamers — with visual nods to Carey’s renowned singles throughout," according to the press release.
The campaign highlights Carey, Ali and Outkast's childhood experiences while showing off OshKosh B'Gosh's new back-to-school looks. "As a little girl, I was determined to realize my dreams. Now as a mother, it brings me so much joy to see my children visualize and develop the dreams they hold in their own hearts," Carey said of the campaign.
The back-to-school ad aims to inspire future generations to "dream boldly about who they’ll become someday."
Carey and ex-husband Nick — who recently became a father to seven, with the most recent three having been born last month — share Monroe and and Moroccan. Although the former flames announced their separation in 2014, they managed to maintain a healthy coparenting relationship.
Scroll through to see Mimi's mini-me rock her first-ever brand campaign.
With the help of Carey herself, Monroe was modeled to look like her mama in her 1990 music video for “Someday."
“Someday, it’s gonna be different. The melodies that live in my head, someday they’ll live at the top of the charts. The songs in my heart will touch millions of hearts," the aspiring star said in the clip, as she narrated Carey's childhood dreams.
Monroe has her mama's full support when it comes to her chasing her dreams, as Carey said in a statement: “We did the campaign because we love the message of empowering kids to dream boldly and blaze their own path.”
While wearing denim overalls, Monroe sang into a hairbrush and scribbled down lyrics.