Like mother, like daughter!
With Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott hard at work on a new gospel album, the singer tells Entertainment Tonight that she's hoping to share some studio time with her 2-year-old daughter, Eisele Kay.
"She definitely is finding her voice, so I'm hoping that on the right day we'll be in and I'll be singing vocals and I can throw her in with me," Scott said at the CMT Artists of the Year celebration in Nashville. "That would be priceless to capture her sweet little voice on a song."
The project, which Scott hopes to release within the next year, is already a family affair. The 29-year-old is recording alongside her parents and younger sister, while her husband of almost three years, Chris Tyrell, lends his talents on the drums.
"It's just a true passion project," Scott confessed. "[I'm] really following my heart and what I wanted to talk about and sing about."
Still, the process hasn't been without its challenges!
"I feel like I'm mediating my mom and my dad a lot, but it's great. It's fun," she said with a smile. "I think you have to pick your battles and I think you know each of your own and your family's, or your bandmates', strong suits -- where to kinda jump forward and also lean back. I think it's a lot of dynamics."
But when it comes to daughter Eisele, it seems as though music isn't her only passion. Scott revealed that her child is already turning into quite the little (family-friendly) film buff.
"She is very into Inside Out right now. She loves Sadness, she wants to give her a hug to not make her sad anymore, to help her be happy," Scott giggled. "She's obsessed with Mary Poppins and Inside Out. Those are her go-tos."
Earlier this year, Scott's faith was tested and strengthened after a terrifying tour bus fire while she was en route to the Academy of Country Music Awards in Dallas, Texas.
"Everything back there -- my toiletries, my iPad, a lot of things including a lot of our clothes that we were supposed to wear this weekend -- were ashes, disintegrated," she told ET at the time. "And for whatever reason -- I firmly believe that God is an amazing God -- the Bible was intact and not a page was missing. I can't really talk about it without crying."
See her emotional interview in the player below.