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Chance the Rapper Brought His Adorable Mini-Me Daughters to The Tonight Show
The rapper shared the cutest behind-the-scenes photo of his kids meeting Jimmy Fallon on set.
The Voice Season 23 has been a fun-filled affair, and newbie Coach Chance the Rapper has been bringing his A-Game during his red chair debut. Chance has made a name for himself with his flawless flow and jaw-dropping musical talent, but every fan knows Chance is a family man first and foremost. And the Coloring Book rapper is showing some love to his kids with an adorable Instagram post.
Chance is the father of two daughters—Kensli, 7, and Marli, 3, who he shares with wife Kirsten Corley—and the man is in no shortage of love for his family. Chance stopped by The Tonight Show to chat with Jimmy Fallon (who recently pulled off a surprising prank Blind Audition on The Voice), bringing his two girls to filming with him. The rapper posted an adorable photo taken between takes where he and his girls look like they're having a blast with the talk show host. His guest appearance on The Tonight Show aired on March 6, and you can watch it now on NBC.com.
"Beating uncle Jimmy in Tic-Tac-Toe between breaks," Chance captioned the photo, where his daughters look like the mirror image of their dad while sitting on his lap. "We wonder who won!
Chance has been killing it as a Coach in Season 23 of The Voice. And while everyone knows Chance is an exceptional talent, all eyes are on the newbie to see if his team will go all the way. Considering it is Coach Blake Shelton's final rotation in the red chair, the stakes have never been higher as the Coaches duke it out for the glory of the coveted Season 23 win.
“It’s a varying crop,"Chance told NBC Insider about the artists ahead of the Season 23 premiere. "It’s a lot of different genres, a lot of different styles, and my team in particular has a lot of really dope big voices, which I think can be categorized into different spaces. They all, I think, could possibly win the whole show.”
Fellow fresh face Coach Niall Horan echoed Chance's sentiment. “I can't say I've watched every single season back to back, but what I would say about the Artists this year is the talent is off the scale,” Horan told NBC Insider. “I'm seeing it here from my own two eyes, performance after performance."
Will a newbie Coach claim the Season 23 crown? We can't wait to find out.
Find out by watching The Voice on NBC Mondays at 8/7c and Tuesdays at 9/8c, and the next day on Peacock.