The two British cousins that took the world by storm as kids have now returned to the TV show that helped make them a household name.
Sophia Grace and Rosie, best known as the 8-year-old and 5-year-old singers who went viral for their 'Super Bass' performance, returned to The Ellen DeGeneres Show for Ellen's final season, performing the song that made them famous.
Sophia Grace, who is now 19-years-old, and Rosie, who is 15, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show more than 30 times in the past ten years.
And Sophia Grace revealed that the first viral video, which has now over 54 million views on YouTube, almost didn't feature their famous pink princess dresses.
"As a child, I always used to play dress up. So did me and Rosie," she said. "I was dressing up, and Rosie's favorite costume happened to be The Virgin Mary — you know, Mary and Jesus."
"I was around and Rosie was wearing the outfit. I kept singing Nicki Minaj all the time and my Auntie, Rosie's mom, was the only one who had an iPhone," Sophia Grace continued.
She said 'Why don't we film it? Rosie, quickly get out of the Virgin Mary outfit and get into that outfit.'
And that was how their iconic look came to be!
The girls shared that their favourite celebrity encounters in their young days were Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber and Drake, and that they're now both pursuing careers in music as solo artists.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which finished taping in April, will air its final episode in the States on May 26th.