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Jennifer Garner Music Video About Motherhood on Ellen

Jennifer Garner's Music Video About Motherhood Deserves a Freakin' VMA — It's THAT Good

If you thought Jennifer Garner reading "Go the F*ck to Sleep" was funny, you'll think her latest performance is downright hysterical. When the 46-year-old mother of three acted as cohost for The Ellen DeGeneres Show's Mother's Day-themed episode, she debuted her "singing" chops in an incredible music video about motherhood. Needless to say, it had us rolling on the floor laughing.

Jennifer started on a positive note, lip-syncing, "Motherhood is a beautiful thing. It fills your heart with joy and makes you wanna sing." But then she threw her guitar to the side and broke out into a rap-like segment that was brutally honest about the various trials of both giving birth and being a new mom, from breastfeeding and cracked nipples to "retain[ing] more water than the Hoover Dam." Watch her entire VMA-worthy performance above, and get ready to LOL.

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