Adam Sandler Supports His Daughters And Their Dreams To Be Singers No Matter What
According to a report from UsMagazine.com, Adam Sandler is committed to supporting his daughters, Sadie and Sunny, no matter their goals. During a conversation with reporters from Us Weekly on the 3rd of October, the filmmaker claimed his daughters come on the stage to sing during his tour all of the time.
According to the Happy Gilmour alum, his two daughters see him up on the stage and then ask him if they can go up too. Reportedly, Adam's 10-year-old daughter, Sunny, joined him on stage in New Jersey for a performance in which she sang the song from The Greatest Showman , "A Million Dreams," and her passion for singing is something that he will support 100%.
In addition to singing, his daughters love Bella Thorne. Speaking with Us Magazine back in 2013, Sandler claimed he bribed his daughter with their favorite food to eat as well as their favorite actress. The New York native claimed he used the actress, Bella Thorne, as a way of getting closer to his kids.
"My kids love Bella!" the actor remarked. According to Sandler, at his daughters' school, parents can actually go to lunch with their kids, so he often takes them to In-N-Out burger that way he has something up on them later when they complain about his misbehavior, whatever it may be.
In May of this year, Sandler earned additional points as a father when he talked Adam Levine from Maroon 5 into performing at Sadie's bat mitzvah. During an appearence on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with Jennifer Aniston, Sandler claimed he was driving in LA one evening and he suddenly began texting Adam Levine.
"I'm sorry to do this to you," Sandler claims he said to the singer. Adam stated that he asked Levine to stop by and sing at his daughter's bat mitzvah to sing a few songs, and he ended up doing it. While he patiently waited for Adam to respond, he couldn't help but feel a little bit nervous, however, Adam fortunately obliged.
Recently, Adam Sandler just got finished his latest movie, Uncut Gems , which currently has a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Sandler's performance was critically praised.