Besides being famous, what do Jennifer Lopez, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys and Jonah Hill have in common?
For starters, their mothers are joining forces with the Obama Administration and star in a video urging young Americans to register for healthcare before the March 31 deadline. The campaign is appropriately called #YourMomCares.
The nearly two-minute spot, which debuted on Friday, begins with the women recalling memories about their sons and daughters when they were young.
"Alicia was an old soul, very active. Very interested in things," Keys' mother Terria Joseph said fondly.
Guadalupe Rodriguez remembered J.Lo walking at an early age and thought "maybe she should be a gymnast."
It should come as no surprise that The Wolf of Wall Street actor was a "prankster" when he was a kid.
"Jonah flooded the elementary school," Sharon Feldstein revealed. "Jonah would lie on top of my dashboard and literally not get off. Trust me—us moms put up with a lot. But one thing we should never have to put up with is our kids not having health care."
"Young people feel invincible," Levine's mother Patsy Noah added. "And until something actually happens, they will continue to feel invincible. And unfortunately things do happen."
Michelle Obama says in conclusion, "we nag you because we love you."
Watch the video now!