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Clebrities are getting creative when it comes to keeping themselves entertained in quarantine.
This week, Lisa Rinna and her daughter Delilah Belle Hamlin got up to some fun at home with a playful video that was uploaded to Instagram.
In the minute-long clip, 56-year-old Rinna and her 21-year-old daughter are seen dancing seductively to Madonna’s 1987 hit “Who’s That Girl.” The duo are seen wearing matching $510 crochet dresses by Cult Gaia that leave little to the imagination.
“Dancing with Delilah!” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star captioned the post. “Cult Gaia sent us these cute dresses #twinning.”
Fans of the duo were quick to praise the video.
“I see where your daughter gets her moves from now. Shake what yo momma gave you girlfriend!” applauded one follower.
“Ugh you guys are so gorgeous it’s seriously annoying,” added another.
Not everyone was thrilled with the performance, though, with one top commenter accusing Rinna of “pimping out” her eldest daughter.
Rinna was quick to come to her daughter’s defense though, replying, “She asked me to do this so she's pimping me out.”
Done as part of a charitable initiative, the video was actually in support of Cult Gaia’s #CultGaiaLetsDance campaign, which has been donating $25 to No Kid Hungry for every video with the hashtag over the last two months.
Previously, model Rosie Huntington-Whitely also participated in the campaign, sharing a snap of herself in the brand’s $650 Serita Dress.
If you’re on the hunt for a beach-worthy summer dress, both Rinna’s and Huntington-Whiteley’s dresses are still available to shop now - dance video optional.