The 'World of Dance' host told ET that she loves how her daughter dances however she likes and does her own thing during her youth dance classes.
Jenna Dewan is proud that her little girl dances to the beat of her own drum.
The World of Dance host revealed how much her daughter, Everly, has started to like dancing, but is learning and performing in her own special way.
"She loves to dance. She likes to freestyle more than she likes to follow a routine," Dewan told ET's Leanne Aguilera at NBCUniversal's upfront presentation in New York City on Monday. "It's amazing."
The adoring mom recalled just how much fun she had with her little girl -- who turns 5 at the end of May -- during World of Dance rehearsals over the weekend.
"She came to my rehearsal and she could not stop. She was running around the stage, running in the rehearsal room doing her own thing, she wore a tutu," Dewan shared, adding that the love of dance "is there" in her little girl.
However, she stressed that she was absolutely not a "dance mom," and actually appreciates how Everly loves to do her own thing.
"It's just so cute when you see the whole class and all the other girls are like following the routine and Evy's in her own corner, feeling it, and I'm like, 'You do that girl! You feel your own rhythm!'" Dewan said. "It's adorable!"
The professional dancer and TV personality also got to spend some time with Everly on Mother's Day, where they lived it up in the Big Apple with Dewan's mom.
"I had Evy and my mom here in New York [and it] was like a big slumber party, we all woke up together and we went to see Frozen [on Broadway]," Dewan recalled. "Then we went and walked around Times Square and she did her first pedicab, which was hilarious -- she could not believe a bicycle was driving us around the city."
"It's so fun to see New York with a 5-year-old for the first time. It was amazing," she added.
This Mother's Day was Dewan's first as a single mom, following her split from Channing Tatum in April after nearly nine years of marriage. However, the pair are dedicated co-parents and still have a lot of love for one another.
In honor of the holiday, Tatum took to Instagram on Sunday to pay tribute to his ex.
"Happy Mother’s Day, everybody," the 38-year-old actor began in a video posted to his Instagram Story that was shot at sunset. "Jenna, happy Mother’s Day, baby. Momma, happy Mother’s Day, hope you’re enjoying this beautiful sunset. Love you guys."
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Season two of World of Dance premieres May 20 on NBC.