Is John Travolta's Daughter Ella Starting A Music Career?

Ella Travolta is following in her dad's footsteps! The daughter of John Travolta and the late Kelly Preston has been teasing a new singing career over the past month, and now fans are finally learning what her music venture will include.

Fans noticed on Thanksgiving, when John posted his Thanksgiving video montage, that Ella was behind the piano singing a song, though the song was muted. Days later, the star took to social media to post a video of herself teasing a new song mixed with the song "Ain't No Sunshine" by Bill Withers. "Ain't no sunshine when you're gone / Guess Bill was right when he wrote that song / I know that she's your light now / And I laugh so hard when you make fun of me," she sings.

At the time, Ella wrote that she has been working on the project for the last year, and it is "very dear to [her] heart," per People. And now, fans are finally learning the details about the younger Travolta's music career and where she plans to go from here as a musician.

Ella Travolta is releasing her first single

On December 10, Ella Travolta revealed she is debuting her very first single in the new year called "Dizzy," and the song will be released on January 7. Ella told fans her single is now available for pre-save and thanked her fans for all the love.

In addition to the song, Ella also revealed the cover art for the single, which features a hand-drawn woman with tears streaming down her face while flowers grow in her heart and beneath her. The cover art also featured a quick snippet of the single, which featured Ella singing the lyrics, "Dizzy, a little bit whoa / Oh baby when you're near me."

And not only have fans shown support for Ella and her new singing career, but so has her dad, John Travolta. He posted a video of Ella singing and playing the piano to his Instagram encouraging his followers to pre-save "Dizzy." He also commented on one of Ella's posts sharing how proud he is of her for taking this step in her career, "I'm so very proud of you Ella, it's amazing! Your trilled Dad!" he commented alongside three red heart emojis.

Ella Travolta is officially a triple-threat

On the heels of announcing her budding music career, Ella Travolta has confirmed her status as a triple threat.

As you may recall, Ella first made her big acting debut when she starred in the movie, "Old Dogs" in 2009 alongside her famous parents, John Travolta and Kelly Preston, per SCMP. After that, however, it was off to the races for the aspiring actress as she continued to snag roles in various projects including the upcoming "Alice In Wonderland" reboot, "Get Lost." 

But aside from acting and (most recently) singing, Ella has proved she can cut a rug, too! Case in point: John and Ella's famous appearance in a Scotts Miracle-Gro ad for the 2021 Super Bowl wherein they recreated the famous hand jive from "Grease." Later, when asked about the opportunity, Ella gushed about the chance to work with her father... and dance on national television. "Each year I always look forward to watching the Super Bowl and all of the great commercials. When Scotts Miracle-Gro offered my dad and I this opportunity, I was overjoyed to share this amazing experience — not to mention dance together!! We are so excited to pay homage to the backyard along with all of these incredible people and are 'feeling good' spending time outside on this Super Bowl Sunday," she told People.

Acting, dancing, and now singing... is there anything Ella can't do?!

Ella Travolta has weathered many storms

Unfortunately, it hasn't been all rainbows and sunshine for Ella Travolta.

Tragedy first struck the Travolta family in 2009 when Ella's older brother, Jett Travolta, tragically died on vacation after hitting his head on a bathtub while having a seizure. Per People, he was found by a caregiver and later pronounced dead at Rand Memorial Hospital in the Bahamas. Then, in 2020 tragedy struck yet again when Ella's mother, Kelly Preston, died from breast cancer at only 57 years old. "She was a bright, beautiful, and loving soul who cared deeply about others and who brought life to everything she touched," a representative told People following Preston's death.

Still, amid all of the heartbreak, Ella soldiered on. "She is her own person. She is gracious, generous, poised, graceful, and gorgeous. I don't know how she came to be, and I don't take any credit other than just adoring her," proud papa John Travolta gushed to People in 2019. "And maybe that's a valid contribution," he carefully added.