North West Shows Off Her Singing Skills With 'We Don't Talk About Bruno' Car Performance

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North West does not talk about Bruno! Kim Kardashian took to Instagram Tuesday to share an adorable clip of 8-year-old North and Tracy Romulus' daughter, Ryan, 9, singing the hit song, "We Don't Talk About Bruno" from the Oscar-winning film Encanto.

In the nearly three-minute video, North and Ryan are seen in the backseat of Kim's car as they take turns singing different parts of the hit track with North even taking on the rap sung by Dolores in the film. The girls sang the song from start to finish, complete with hand gestures.

"North and Ryan are still talking about Bruno! And it’s still stuck in my head lol," Kim captioned the clip.

Kim's friends and family applauded the girls in the comments, with proud aunt Khloe Kardashian writing, "I am crying!!!!!!!!!" and "Go north!! Go Ryan!!!! Super stars!!!!"

Kim's friend and model, Nicole Williams English, wrote, "Omg this is amazing," while Kar-Jenner family makeup artist, Mary Phillips commented, "That was amazing!!!! Bravo!!!!!!!!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻."

Khloe's daughter, True and niece, Dream, got in on the fun too, with Khloe taking to her Instagram Story to snap a few clips of the pair also singing and dancing to "We Don't Talk About Bruno."

True and Dream singing "We Don't Talk About Bruno"

The song is clearly a favorite in the Kardashian household, with Kim sharing a video of her son, Saint, 6 signing the tune word-for-word earlier this month.

While "We Don't Talk About Bruno" was not nominated for an Oscar Sunday night, Encanto did take home the award for Animated Feature Film, with a special performance of the song airing during the broadcast.

Megan Thee Stallion teamed up with Encanto cast members Stephanie Beatriz (Mirabel), Carolina Gaitan (Pepa), Mauro Castillo (Félix), Diane Guerrero (Isabela), and Adassa (Dolores) took to the stage to belt out the celebrated song. They were joined by Latinx artists Becky G and Luis Fonsi.  Gaitán slayed in the opening segment with a stunning yellow dress and sparkling earrings and necklace to match the flawless look. 

ET spoke with composer and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda earlier this month at the Critics Choice Awards about the impact of "Bruno."

"The first person I got a DM from was [director] Taika Waititi, and he was the first one that was like, 'It's constant with my kids! It's constant right now. I love you, but I might hate you," Miranda quipped

As for surpassing Frozen's "Let It Go," Miranda noted, "Well, not in our hearts. I love 'Let It Go.'"


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