That's Claire Bear to you! Last season on NBC's The Voice, things got way too cute to handle when YouTube star Dave Crosby auditioned for the reality singing competition and his little girl Claire Crosby joined him on stage for an adorable duet. But even though her dad got eliminated early on in the competition, fans made it clear that they loved Clarie, so producers decided to bring her back as a guest during Season 14!
In between performances on the Tuesday, April 24 episode, the adorable little five-year-old got to work a very important, big girl job — interviewing coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Clarkson. Claire did a great job — so great that Adam even gave her the best compliment any budding interviewer could get. "You have been my favorite interview of all time and I’ve been interviewed by Oprah," the Maroon 5 crooner said.
Viewers were first introduced to little Clarie during Season 12 when her dad Dave auditioned for the judges. The Seattle native revealed he gave up his singing dreams when he became a father at the age of 26. However, when a video singing with his daughter went viral, he decided to give music another try. His rendition of Death Cab for Cutie's "I'll Follow You Into the Dark" got Adam to turn his chair almost instantly.
"I turned around impulsively," Adam said on the show. "The purity and the beauty of your voice is irreplaceable and I really want to be a part of that." However, it wasn't long before Adam recognized Dave from his duets with his daughter and asked for Claire to join him onstage.
And their performance of the Disney hit "You've Got a Friend in Me" did not disappoint. "Now that you've just melted the hearts of everybody..." Adam said as the judges gave the pair a standing ovation. Miley Cyrus and Blake also pushed their red button for Dave, but the father-of-two ultimately chose to join Team Adam, but unfortunately he didn't make it very far in the competition.
Before they performed their now viral daddy-daugther duet on The Voice, Dave opened up about singing with his four-year-old daughter. "Claire learned to talk at a super young age and we noticed really early on that she could carry a pitch. I remember some time after her first birthday, she was slamming her hands on our little keyboard in the living room," he told Parents.com. "She started hitting the same note over and over, and then she began to sing the exact same note. I was sure at that moment that she was going to be able to sing."