John Travolta insists he doesn't interfere with 16-year-old daughter Ella's dating life
John Travolta's lookalike daughter, Ella Travolta, joined her father on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and chatted about how her parents handle her dating life.
The 62-year-old actor admitted that he has a hands-off approach to the 16-year-old's personal relationships. "I don't interfere with that," he said. "I'm saving her because she has two guys that she hangs out with, [and] I don't ask anything about what they say or do with each other."
However, Travolta's wife Kelly Preston, who was seated in the audience, quipped, "I know everything."
Ella did confirm that she's not seeing anyone at the moment. "Good, let's keep it that way," her dad joked. "I never want my children to leave the house, ever."
Travolta currently stars as "Dream Team" defender Robert Shapiro in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, and ahead of the show's finale tonight, he spoke with ET about the praise he's received from his Hollywood peers. "Ethan Hawke, he was the most articulate, of any of the people I know, about the impact that the show had on him," Travolta shared. "[He] thought it was like, the best thing he had ever seen. So, he impressed me the most with his verbiage."