Talent runs in the family! Jennifer Lopez's daughter joined her for a duet that brought millions of people to tears, and it turns out that this is not her first time singing.
When fans gathered at Inglewood, Los Angeles for the "It's My Party Tour" by singer, actress, and choreographer, Jennifer Lopez, they knew they were in for a night of good music, show-stopping dance moves, and lots of fun.
What they didn't expect was the show-stealing performance Lopez and 11-year-old Emme put up during the second act. Mother and daughter surprised the audience with a beautiful duet rendition of her song "Limitless."
The mother-daughter duo wore matching red outfits, and they let their gorgeous hair down. In a clip shared by the singer on Instagram, she could be seen turning away when the performance became too emotional for her.
The "Jenny from the Block" singer knelt toward the end of the song, before standing up to hug Emme. She captioned the video, "I can't take it!" along with a series of hashtags.
It turned out that the soon-to-be 50-year-old singer had others in her corner who couldn't "take it" as well. Fellow celebs — Reese Witherspoon, Zoe Zaldana, and Jenna Dewan — commented on the little singer's powerful voice and emotional performance.
The video has since gotten over 9 million views, and a lot of her followers wrote on how touching the duet was, and how it moved them to tears.
Earlier in May, Lopez shared a YouTube video of her little girl singing a cover of Alicia Keys song, "If I Ain't Got You," and teased her fans about bringing her "mini-me" on tour to perform if she agreed. From the look of things, she did!
That same month, she said in an interview that Emme got her father, Marc Anthony's voice, and in December 2018, the little girl who just finished sixth grade appeared in the music video for "Limitless."
Lopez has enjoyed 20 years of success in the music and movie industry. In 1999, she released her first album "On The 6," and the mother-of-two has shown resilience over the years.
The "Love Don't Cost A Thing" singer owes her success to not listening to those who say she can't sing or act competently and according to her:
"To listen to them, is to let them decide who I am."
For about two decades now, Lopez has won several awards, starred in thirty-two movies, sold millions of concert tickets, and now, she is celebrating turning fifty with this tour.
So far, Lopez has performed about 20 songs, come up on stage on the top of a 3-tier cake, given a speech on life struggles and motherhood, and turned her platform into a strip club.
Lopez who still favors high ponytails, is staying off carbs, and recommends nine hours of sleep, promises more fun and excitement on her tour, after all, she's "Jenny from the Bronx, and it's her party."