John Travolta and his daughter Ella Bleu ushered in the new year by sharing a joint message on Instagram.
On Sunday, the superstar actor, 68, shared the short video with his 4.7million followers and captioned the post, “Happy New Year everyone!”
In the short clip, the Grease icon and his daughter sat across from each other at a white table and spoke in tandem, “We love you and Happy New Year.”
Rining in 2023: John Travolta and his daughter Ella Bleu shared a New Year’s message together on Instagram, saying, “We love you and Happy New Year everyone!”
The 22-year-old daughter of Travolta and Kelly Preston made her acting debut in 2009’s Old Dogs, which starred both her mother and father.
The actress appeared in 2019’s The Poison Rose, which starred her father alongside Morgan Freeman.
In addition to Ella, Travolta also has a 12-year-old son named Benjamin, and his late son Jett died of a seizure in 2009 at the age of 16.
Happy family: Travolta is a parent to daughter Ella Bleu and son Benjamin, 11 (pictured)
Lead actress: Last year it was announced that the actress would continue to advance in her acting career by starring in the upcoming movie ‘Get Lost’
2022 was a tough year for John as two of his dear friends and colleagues passed away.
Kristie Alley died last month on December 5 at the age of 71, and fellow Grease member Olivia Newton-John died in August at the age of 73.
Travolta memorialized Kirstie after her death, writing, “Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had. I love you Kirstie,” Travolta said. “I know we’ll meet again.”
The Latest: Kirstie Alley’s friend and confidante Travolta took to Instagram on Dec. 5 to pay tribute to the actress following her death at the age of 71. Pictured together at an LA screening of his film The Fanatic in LA
Travolta said of Alley, “Kirstie was one of the most extraordinary relationships I’ve ever had. I love you Kirstie’
Alley and Travolta played the roles of James and Mollie in 1989’s Look Who’s Talking and its two sequels
Alley described Travolta as “the greatest love of my life” in a 2013 interview on The Howard Stern Show.
Travolta and Alley faced each other in the films Look Who’s Talking — 1989’s Look Who’s Talking, 1990’s Look Who’s Talking Too, and 1993’s Look Who’s Talking Now — in which they played James and Mollie, respectively.
In August 2019, Travolta called Alley his “best friend” and “soul mate” while speaking to the US.
Travolta was pictured with Alley and Kelly Preston at the LA premiere of Old Dogs in 2007
Alley’s death marks another tragedy for Travolta, who lost his girlfriend and Grease co-star Olivia Newton John earlier this summer after she died at the age of 73 following a battle with cancer. They were snapped in LA in 2018
Alley’s death marks the latest personal tragedy for Travolta, who lost his wife, Kelly Preston, to cancer two years ago at the age of 57 in July 2020 at the family home in Clearwater, Florida.
In November, Travolta was reunited on screen with his former co-star Bruce Willis in the action-packed film Paradise City.
The film is one of the last that 67-year-old Willis completed before his family announced in March that he was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia.
New movie: Bruce Willis, 67, has been reunited with his former co-star Travolta, 68, in the action-packed film Paradise City. The film was completed before announcing his retirement in March after being diagnosed with aphasia
The film also marks the first major collaboration between Willis and Travolta since they starred in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 classic crime drama Pulp Fiction.
Willis plays an aging bounty hunter in Hawaii who takes on one of his most dangerous missions yet.
After being shot and left for dead, his son Ryan (Blake Jenner) teams with his father’s former partner (Stephen Dorff) to hunt down his killers while dealing with a sadistic crime boss (Travolta).
Reunited and it feels so good: Paradise City marks the first major feature film collaboration between Willis and Travolta since they starred in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 crime classic Pulp Fiction; seen together in a behind-the-scenes photo of the Pulp Fiction set