The actor and his 20-year-old daughter are paying homage to his iconic 'Grease' moment with Olivia Newton-John.
In what's sure to be one of the most memorable Super Bowl commercials this year, 66-year-old Travolta and his daughter star in an ad for Scotts Miracle-Gro, which also features Martha Stewart, actor Leslie David Baker, NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, actor Carl Weathers and fitness instructor Emma Lovewell.
The star-studded group are neighbors in the commercial, and Ella teaches her frustrated dad how to get the camera right on his phone. The two then do the Grease dance together -- which he originally performed with co-star Olivia Newton-John -- but this time, set to Surfaces' hit, "Sunday Best."
Stewart looks on from her yard, noting of Travolta, "He's still got it."
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"My daughter @ella.travolta and I dancing in memory of momma," he wrote. "One of Kelly’s favorite things, dancing with me."
Meanwhile, ET spoke with Newton-John in October, and she talked about how Travolta and his two children -- Ella and his 10-year-old son, Benjamin -- have been coping with the death of Preston.
"She was a very beautiful person, inside and out, and was beautiful to look at," Newton-John said of the late actress. "But she had a gentle spirit and I just feel so, so much for John and the children. It's hard to put into words."
"We are in contact and I send my love and support as often as I can," she also said of her close friend and former co-star.
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