Jennifer Lopez and her ex-husband Marc Anthony have always guarded the privacy of their children Emme Maribel and Maximilian David Muñiz, even rarely publishing photos of them or pressing them for a quick career in show business.
However, now, at the age of 14, the twins have gradually shown interest in their parents’ profession, especially Emme, who showed her great talent by sharing the stage with her famous mother at the Super Bowl halftime show. LIV 2020.
But not even that presentation was as moving as when in his most recent Showon the occasion of the Blue Diamond gala of the LA Dodgers foundation, whose purpose was to raise funds to help homeless people in Los Angeles, California, JLo invited Emme on stage, presenting her as a non-binary person.
The emotional performance of mother and daughter was filmed by a fan who posted the video to the @christinathesupermom TikTok account. Also, ahead of a moving speech, Jennifer, 52, joked that Emme was “too busy” to join her mom since her unforgettable Super Bowl performance:
The last time we performed together was in a big stadium like this. I ask him to sing with me all the time, but he doesn’t. So this is a very special occasion. She is very, very busy. Reserved. and face. It’s hard for me when it comes out. But it’s worth every penny because it’s my favorite duet of all time. So if you allow me.
JLo and Emme took over the hearts of the fans of the Bronx diva when interpreting A Thousand Years by Christina Perry. What also caught the attention of many was Emme’s adorable rainbow-colored microphone and pink outfit.
The gesture of the star Marry me has received praise from netizens who stated how beautiful it is to see their support and acceptance of Emme’s gender identity.
– Yanira 🇸🇻💗🇺🇸 (@ygiron96) June 17, 2022
Seeing JLo sing with her daughter Emme at the Blue Diamond gala is simply beautiful!
This just made me love Jennifer Lopez 🏳️⚧️🌈🥰
— Deb (@Susie917) June 19, 2022
This made me love Jennifer Lopez.
– Camila Naiara | Halftime🎬 (@CamilaNaiara18) June 17, 2022
I’m not crying, you’re crying. Emme and J.Lo. #Let’s Get Loud.