Jennifer Garner Performs Hilarious Rap About Motherhood On 'Ellen'

Lawrence Kim
May 12, 2018

Jennifer Garner co-hosted Ellen DeGeneres' annual Mother's Day episode Thursday and she had quite the surprise in store for the talk show host.

The star then joked that she wondered at the time whether she carried her babies "in the back as much as the front" because her bottom "grew" during pregnancy, and went on to present a humorous video that she had prepared earlier in which she warned mums-to-be of the realities of new parenthood.

The actress gushed beforehand, "I really do love being a mom, I can't even put it into words. I love it so much that I wrote a song about it". "One of the things for me being pregnant is. you can tell by day two", Garner said. In the clip, Jennifer starts by serenading women about the joys of motherhood, before she goes into the rap of her advice. She then asked for her doctor to do a test in his office. Jennifer shares 12-year-old Violet, nine-year-old Seraphina and six-year-old Samuel with her ex-husband Ben Affleck. "I'm telling you I am.' So [my daughter Violet's] 12, and I don't use that doctor anymore, but I have her so I won!"

Jennifer Garner can act, but did you know she can also rap?

Jennifer then shared that she suffered morning sickness during all three pregnancies. "Each kid it was worse and worse". With my middle child, I had to listen to Yo-Yo Ma at night. It got worse throughout the day. "For some reason Yo-Yo Ma got me through", she dished. "I mean you do insane things". I would lie there in the bed just kind of hoping I would fall asleep. You will be best friends with your kid and then someday you're gonna realize you're actually angry with them and that's OK. "Forget it, it was like Happy Meals", she quipped. "It's just gross. It's just gross what you do".

Garner and Affleck, 45, announced they were splitting in June 2015, and she filed for divorce in April 2017 after almost 12 years of marriage. You're gonna be great because it's your experience and it's your baby and it's your body and it's gonna happen the way you want it to and you're starting your families. "It's going to be lovely".

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