Some of the sweetest rock ballads were inspired by daddy’s girls: Billy Joel’s “Lullaby (Goodnight My Angel),” Bruce Springsteen’s “When You Need Me,” Phil Collins’ “You’ll Be In My Heart,” and other emotional tracks you’d find on a father-daughter dance compilation album.
Music being the universal language of love, Bono even covered Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” at his daughter’s 21st birthday party.
From models and DJs to actors and musicians, meet the grown-up muses of the most celebrated rock stars.
Alexa Ray released an EP, 'Sketches,' in 2006 and was the face of Prell hair care, which previously employed her supermodel mother, Christie Brinkley, as its spokeswoman.
This red-lipped beauty splashed onto the big screen as Snow White in 'Mirror Mirror' and in 'The Blind Side.' Lily gets her supernatural fix in this summer's thriller, 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.'
London socialite and model Daisy is the product of a one-night stand between Pearl Lowe and Gwen Stefani's husband, Rossdale, who didn't know he was Daisy's father until she was 14.
Chelsea sports her dad's lippy pout in modelling campaigns for Andy Hilfiger and Alice + Olivia, and formed a bluesy band, badbad, with her boyfriend in 2011.
Kelly prosecutes the worst-dressed as a co-host on E!'s 'Fashion Police' and rocks the red carpet with a lilac-coloured 'do. She and her family starred in MTV's reality show, 'The Osbournes' from 2002 to 2005.
She appeared in the male stripper film, 'Magic Mike,' as the cotton-candy-haired drug addict with a pet teacup pig. Next up, she appears in the star-studded film 'Yellow' and the 'Mad Max' reboot alongside Mel Gibson, Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy. Get to know more about her famous history here.
Frances Bean Cobain inherited her wild streak from parents Cobain and Courtney Love: slamming Kendall Kardashian on Twitter, hosting a suicide-themed 16th-birthday party, and creating provocative and crude art.
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