Forget handsome, Dwayne Johnson's daughters wanted their dad to be beautiful after their expert makeover. On 24 March, Johnson shared a video of his two youngest daughters — Jasmine (7) and Tia (4) — painting him pink with their mum Lauren Hashian's lipstick just 10 minutes before a Zoom meeting on Instagram. The girls wielded the lipstick like a crayon as they coloured their dad's entire face and the top of his head.
In the video, Johnson asks his daughters if he looks handsome. "Wait, what do you mean handsome?" Jasmine responds. "You're a girl." He responds that he's a boy, but after Jasmine keeps insisting, he agrees that he's a girl. Then Tia peels off, shouting, "You need blender!" Meanwhile, you can see the "Jungle Cruise" actor admitting defeat as he realises he's not going to make his Zoom call.
"Daddy can we give you a makeover? No baby, daddy has a zoom meeting in 10min," Johnson captioned the video. "PLEASE it'll be quick! Ok, but make it quick but only do my nails and make me look handsome."
He continued, "*zoom meeting cancelled. * my two tornadoes point and laugh uncontrollably with no mercy judgement. * I spend an hour TRYING to scrub lipstick off my head and face — unbeknownst to me — this sh*t stains the skin 💄🤣."
Even though it sounds like he'll be pretty in pink for a few days, the "Black Adam" star is just happy that his little ones still want to hang out with their dad. "Hey they'll be a time down the road when this stuff won't matter to them anymore, so sign me up — daddy's in: 🙋🏽♂️😂," he concluded.
In addition to Jasmine and Tia, Johnson also shares 21-year-old Simone with his ex, Dany Garcia. During a 2022 interview with "The Sunday Morning Show" in the US, he revealed that he wouldn't be running for president anytime soon, because there's nothing more important to him than being there for his children.
"It's off the table. Yes, it is off the table," he said. "I will say this, 'cause it requires the B side to this: I love our country and everyone in it. And I also love being a daddy. And that's the most important thing to me, is being a daddy, number one, especially during this time, this critical time in my daughters' lives, 'cause I know what it was like to be on the road and be so busy that I was absent for a lot of years when my first daughter's growing up in these critical age at this critical time in her life. And that's what the presidency will do. So, my number one priority is my daughters."
The actor and businessman added, "Sure, CEO sounds great! But the number one thing I want to be is daddy. That's it."