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Jennifer Lopez and 14-Year-Old Emme’s L.A

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Let’s Get Loud for Jennifer Lopez and 14-Year-Old Emme’s L.A. Dodgers Foundation Gala Performance Jennifer Lopez and Emme Maribel Muiz have a knack for getting people on the dance floor.

On June 16, the mother-daughter combo performed a variety of songs at the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s Blue Diamond Gala, which was held at Dodger Stadium.

J.Lo and Emme—whom she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony—delivered a touching duet of Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” for their performance.
But their story didn’t end there! Emme and Jennifer also performed a verse of Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA,” which was accompanied by a visual showing Emme performing at the 2020 Super Bowl. Jennifer was then led into a rendition of “Let’s Get Loud” by Emme.

And there was enough for the fans to yell about. Jennifer’s presentation comprised several of her best hits, many costume changes, fireworks, and Emme by her side, according to an eyewitness.

The eyewitness describes it as “extremely pleasant.” “J.Lo and Emme hugged each other several times, and they spent the most of the time singing to one other.”

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What about the vocals of the 14-year-old? “Emme sounded wonderful!” says the source.

Jennifer entertained the audience with a touch of humour in addition to her music. J.Lo quipped that she and Emme “were incredibly costly to book,” but that she enjoys bringing the adolescent out onstage whenever she had the opportunity.

Jennifer commented on Emme’s “performance gene” in February 2020, after the then-11-year-old joined her mother onstage for the Super Bowl LIV halftime show.

Jennifer revealed during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, “She doesn’t let it in her head how huge [the performance] is or how scary it is.” “That’s what you have to do when you’re up there, you know—you have to be in command. She’s got the ‘I’m at ease up here’ gene, and I hope I could be more like her.”

“She enjoys it,” Jennifer said, “and I would never force her to do it if it made her uncomfortable in any way.”

By the looks of their performance, this dynamic combo has a bright future ahead of them.

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