‘Wrecking Ball’ Baby Freezes Up On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ [Video]

The baby who sung Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” with an incredible amount of emotion in the back seat of a car recently made a brief appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

After two-year-old Sophia caught the attention of the internet with her rendition of the extremely popular tune, Kimmel decided to fly the child and her mother out for a segment entitled “Can They Do It Live.” To make sure the conditions were just right, the crew built a fake back seat for her to sit in.

Although the stage was all set for the toddler to belt out her version of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball,” the studio audience and all the cameras were ultimately too much for her to handle. The distractions derailed her performance of the tune, though everyone seemed smitten by the little girl nonetheless.

To top it off, Jimmy Kimmel gave the “Wrecking Ball” baby and her mother a karaoke machine for taking part in the segment. If the child’s parents want to foster her love of music, then they now have the perfect tool to help the process along.

Check out the original video featuring the “Wrecking Ball” toddler below.

Trying to find “Wrecking Ball” covers or parodies on YouTube is actually quite easy nowadays. Since the song was the most popular video released by VEVO last year, a number of people have tried their hand at recreating the tune or the clip. Not surprisingly, the success of these endeavors is all over the map.

Professional wrestler Hulk Hogan tried his hand at recreating the “Wrecking Ball” clip by swinging on the titular object for a commercial. The ad in question found Hogan wearing a very revealing black thong, a tiny piece of apparel that left very little to the imagination.

The Inquisitr previously reported that veteran porn star Ron Jeremy also tried his hand at a “Wrecking Ball” parody, though he decided to dip his toes into those over-saturated waters months after everyone else delivered their own send-ups. Jeremy’s attempt is definitely a mixed bag, though it’s strangely watchable.

Although the embedded parody is safe for work, it still features the porn star licking sledgehammers and swinging around on wrecking balls while wearing nothing but a pair of white underwear and a t-shirt. It’s safe for work, though no by much.

What do you think about the “Wrecking Ball” covers and parodies making the rounds these days? Which one is your favorite at the moment?