Multi-talented artist Jennifer Lopez sang harmonies with Alex Rodriguez’s daughter Natasha as she sang Bon Jovi’s iconic song.
Rodriguez, 43, took to Instagram recently to share the video that showed him holding up his mobile phone to capture the moment as Natasha, 14, strummed a ukulele and performed “Livin’ on a Prayer” while Lopez, 49, sat next to the teenage girl and sang along.
Rodriguez actually got an autograph from Lopez two decades ago. Unsurprisingly, he never lost the picture.
The former New York Yankee’s player, who began dating Lopez in February 2017, simply captioned the post: "Living on a prayer!! Happy Easter."
At the end of the song, he can be heard yelling "Woah!” and then joked that he could capture videos like this “for a living," before including, “not exactly.”
Since the adorable clip was posted on Instagram, it has been viewed over 1.4 million times. A lot of fans also added their thoughts via comments.
One fan wrote: "Does [Natasha] wanna be a singer like Jennifer? She's great! And I know she has the moves too [because] she does Jennifer's routines."
"Hope you are enjoying your life Mr. Rodriguez, grateful for all the wonderful things that you do," added another.
"Hahahaha wish I was there singing with you guys," commented another fan.
Lopez and Rodriguez announced their engagement on March 9. The couple couldn't help but show off the "I'm Real" singer's enormous engagement ring.
According to the jewelry expert, the ring is “estimated at around $1.4 million.”
In spite of the fact that they've been in a relationship only for the past two years, Rodriguez actually got an autograph from Lopez two decades ago. Unsurprisingly, he never lost the picture.
The two were later photographed together during one of the former baseball stars' Yankees games. At the time, Lopez was still with her ex-husband Marc Anthony.
A source already reported that the kids would be a "huge part" of Lopez and Rodriguez' upcoming wedding. The source said that the couple is "still all about their family with the four kids."