Bruce Springsteen carries his daughter Jessica on stage while performing in Paris with the E Street Band.
It’s hard to say no to the Boss — especially when you’re his daughter.
Bruce Springsteen left his 20-year-old daughter, Jessica, little choice but to join him on stage as he dragged her from her seat in the audience during a concert in Paris on Thursday.
While most kids might be embarrassed to dance with their dads in public, Jessica happily joined her rock-and-roll father for a waltz as he sang his iconic hit “Dancing in the Dark,” much to the crowd’s delight.
The beautiful brunette was beaming as she and Springsteen, 62, spun around in front of 10,000 screaming fans at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy theater.
When the song was over, the rocker helped carry his daughter back to her seat, where she rejoined her family.
It was the second concert in the City of Light for the singing legend, who is on his Wrecking Ball Tour with the E Street Band.
Though there’s no denying the young Springsteen’s stage presence, it seems she has set her sights on a career path much different from Dad’s.
Jessica is a champion horseback rider, on the reserve list to compete with the U.S.A. equestrian team at the Olympic games this summer in London.
She is the second of three children for Springsteen and his wife, Patti Scialfa.