They routinely hit the red carpet together, both appear on "Beat Shazam" and collaborated on Jamie Foxx's upcoming directorial debut, but no, he and daughter Corinne Foxx aren't itching to get away from each other anytime soon.
The 24-year-old beauty appeared solo on Tuesday night at Variety's Power of Young Hollywood Event sponsored by H&M, where we just had to ask: "Do you ever get sick of each other?"
"No. I mean I think we've butt heads like every father-daughter, but we don't get sick of each other," she explained. "It's actually really nice to work with him, he's such a big energy boost for me and those were really long days shooting ['Beat Shazam'] and so he is constant, so I get all my caffeine from him."
After appearing on the show as its DJ for Season 2, Corinne also joined Foxx's upcoming film, "All-Star Weekend," which he directed. The movie will be her first big screen role, after also appearing on "Sweet/Vicious" and hitting the stage as Miss Golden Globe in 2016.
"I thought it would be strange to have my dad directing me, but actually it was the exact opposite," she said of working on the film. "I felt super comfortable on set. I really understood all the notes, direction that he was giving me just because he's my dad and I knew what he's wanting to see and so it ended up being an amazing experience."
"I got to work with Jeremy Piven on one of my first acting jobs ever, which most people can't say," she added, "so it was awesome."
Corinne said the acting pointers she got from her dad kept on coming even when they were off set, but she wasn't complaining. "Hosting is really different than acting and so I was coming into it as a beginner," she said, "he was really giving me a lot of pointers when we got home."
She isn't limiting her options either. Up next for Corinne? "I'm writing a television show right now that I have a role in," she explained. "It's getting some good traction. So hopefully that will be out soon."