Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon's latest performance may not yield another Oscar, but the lip-sync collaboration with her son, Tennessee, is sure to produce a smile.
In a video posted to the actress' Instagram account Sunday morning, Witherspoon and her younger son are seen mouthing the words to the children's song, "Bananaphone" — popularized in the '90s by children's artist Raffi and, later, through Internet memes.
Holding a banana to her ear, Witherspoon offers the set-up of "Ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring," then turns her camera toward 2-year-old Tennessee, who brings it home with, "Bananaphone!" For the refrain, Tennessee nails his second take with a banana of his own in a performance that's sure to result in early Oscar buzz for both (assuming there's a lip-sync category in 2016).
"Good morning!" reads the video's caption, accompanied by emojis of a sun and a banana, as well as the hashtags #toddlertime and #funwithfruit. "Pick up the Bananaphone!" As of Monday morning, the video had collected almost 95,000 likes.
Witherspoon is the latest celebrity to use the trendy Dubsmash, an app that allows users to lip-sync to songs and memorable lines from TV, movies and pop culture, and post the results on social media.
In addition to notable contributions by actor Hugh Jackman, actress Olivia Munn and NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers, TODAY's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb recently re-enacted popular scenes from "Shrek" and the American version of "The Office."
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