Alec Baldwin's daughter Carmen steals the show on 'Ellen'

By Emmy Griffiths

Alec Baldwin was upstaged by his adorable three-year-old daughter Carmen during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week. The father-of-four brought his little girl along as he stopped by the chat show, and even prompted Carmen to dance along to Cake by the Ocean with him. Ellen joined the pair, and the three began dancing as Carmen adorably jumped up and down.

Chatting about Carmen's confidence, Ellen said: "That was adorable! Carmen is three? Adorable." Alec revealed that she is a very confident little girl, saying: "We got our first whiff of this because I was doing Match Game and we came out to the audience and I come out to greet the audience and Carmen takes in the whole audience and she blows everyone a kiss. Me and my wife said, 'Oh no!'"

Alec opened up about his children.

"She likes it," Ellen joked. "She was not nervous at all!" Alec agreed, adding: "When you want to stop doing this I can get someone to replace you. She's ready!" He then spoke about having had three children in three years, telling the chat show host: "We had three kids in three years. I was out of work what do you want me to say… I love having kids again, they're great… We went to the Boss Baby premiere a couple of months ago and Carmen comes on and she's jumping up and down for pictures, she's like Debbie Reynolds performing and then our son… He's James Franco! He's smouldering for the camera, he's like, 'Please!'"

Alec revealed that he and wife Hilaria are raising their children to be bilingual . While attending the HOLA! USA launch, he said: "I say to my son no muerdas [don't bite]. He bites me sometimes." The actor also admitted that he has to tell his son, "No comas eso (don't eat that). [Because] he tries to eat the rock on the driveway."

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