Her 11-year-old daughter’s, whom she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony, rendition of the 2003 tune is so impressive that the Bronx diva wants to include the performance during her tour.
The apple truly doesn’t fall far from the tree. Jennifer Lopez‘s 11-year-old daughter, Emme Maribel Muniz, has just proven that she has the ability to be a future pop star by showcasing her incredible vocals in a video that her singer/actress mom shares on YouTube.
The video in question highlights the past week in the singer’s life and features behind-the-scenes footage of preparation for the first live performance of her new single “Medicine”. When J.Lo is practicing her vocals, Emme stops by to greet her mother. That is when the “Second Act” star encourages Emme to sing a rendition of Alicia Keys‘ “If I Ain’t Got You”.
Emme does as told, incredibly belting out to the 2003 tune with a piano accompaniment. J.Lo watches her daughter with a proud look on her face, before joining the little girl in singing the song for a moment. They end their mini duet as the Bronx diva wraps Emme in a bear hug. “We should have her come out and do something on tour,” J.Lo says in the clip. “Want to put a little piece in this show? We’ll see, we’ll check it out. You don’t have to.”
J.Lo is referring to her upcoming concert tour “It’s My Party Tour”, which is held to help her celebrate her 50th birthday in July. The 34-date trek is set to begin on June 7 in Inglewood and end on July 27 in Miami.
Emme is the daughter that J.Lo shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony. The 11-year-old has a twin brother named Max.
While it remains to be seen whether Emme will really pursue career in showbiz in the future, J.Lo has previously said that she’d support her children if they really want to do it. “If they’re going to do it, there’s nothing I can do to stop them — and I’ll support them,” she said. “But just like my mom, I’m going to make them go to school and I’m going to let them make that decision when they’re old enough to make that decision. I don’t want them to be in the business at a young age.”