Pink, Willow Sage Hart

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The premiere for Inside Out Monday brought out some serious A-listers, not even including the movie's stacked cast, but there were two people in particular who caught everyone's eyes: Pink and her daughter Willow Sage Hart.

The "Just Give Me a Reason" singer and her daughter stopped to take pictures on the purple carpet, allowing everyone to really notice how much they look like each other. Seriously, the expression, "Like mother like daughter," has never rung so true!

Wearing a purple seersucker dress with a yellow collar, Willow looked absolutely adorable cozying up to her famous mom. With matching blond hair, these two are #twinning for sure. Pink looked great in an orange and black ensemble. The pair posed for photos outside of the El Capitan Theatre before Willow chatted up the main characters of Pixar's latest film.

Other celebs who attended the event included Tori Spelling, Mario Lopez, Busy Phillips and Billy Crystal.

Inside Out


Inside Out is largely based in Headquarters, the control center inside 11-year-old Riley's mind, where five emotions, Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) work 'round the clock.

Poehler dished to E! News about her uplifting character, which involves a lot more than just voicing an animation. "It was truly very physical for an animated thing, because you kind of can't do her sitting down. You have to move around and jump around," she said. "She does a lot of action in the film, so you end up kind of reenacting that."

Although the movie has its laughs, it also has plenty of heart, too. Remember, this is Pixar we're dealing with!

"Your instinct is to be like, 'It's OK! It's OK! It's OK!' And it's not OK. Sometimes your kid's having a tough day. Sometimes you're really sad," Poehler explained. "So if you sit down next to them, just like Sadness does in the movie and you say, 'I'm sorry that that happened. That must have been really sad. I'm sorry that you're really sad,' it's really wild what happens because your kids feel and they release it."

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