Jennifer Lopez Performs a Beautiful Duet at Dodger Stadium With Her 14-year-old Daughter Emme.
At the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s Blue Diamond Gala, which took place at Dodger Stadium on Thursday, June 16, the mother and daughter combo gave a performance together.
The mother-daughter team of Jennifer Lopez and Emme Muiz is unrivalled in the entertainment industry.
At the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s Blue Diamond Gala, which took place on June 16 at Dodger Stadium for the sixth year in a row, Jennifer Lopez was the featured performer. As part of her performance, Jennifer Lopez, who is now 52 years old, invited her daughter Emme, who is now 14 years old and whom she shares with her ex-husband Marc Anthony, to take the stage alongside her.
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One of the mother-daughter duo’s performances included singing a synchronised duet version of Christina Perri’s song “A Thousand Years,” which was captured on film and shared on Twitter.
While Lopez wore a turquoise dress that featured a feathered robe, her daughter wore a bright pink shirt and short combination with a black baseball cap to create a contrast with her mother’s attire, which was turquoise and included a feathered robe.
Throughout the course of the evening, Emme continued to perform on stage with her famous mother for a few more songs. E! stated that they sang a stanza from Bruce Springsteen’s song “Born in the USA” at one point in the show. Another video posted on Twitter shows Emma dancing to her mother’s famous song from 1999, “Let’s Get Loud.”
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Their performance of “Born in the U.S.A.” was quite similar to the one they gave during the historic halftime show at the Super Bowl in February of 2020, which was the primary focus of the recently released documentary titled “Halftime.”
During the course of the documentary, Lopez explained that she had the idea to include Springsteen’s song from 1984 in the performance so that she could highlight the fact that the United States is a country for everyone.
They ultimately devised the plan to have Lopez’s daughter perform the song in response to Shakira’s objections to the performance of the song due to the fact that she was not born in the United States.
According to Jennifer Lopez, “I thought it was so much more impactful if Emme performs that cameo and sings ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ as a small Latina kid.”
Because her kid was standing next to her mother, the actress from “Marry Me” stated that her daughter did not “feel nervous.”
“She knows she’s going to be safe out there,” Lopez added. “You look right at that camera and you tell every girl to get loud and not back from from bringing light to injustice.”
In the end, Emme made her way up on stage during the performance, and as Shakira was playing the drums, she began a passionate performance of the song “Let’s Get Loud,” which was written by her mother. After that, Lopez joined her daughter, donning a feathered cloak that was double-sided and bore the flags of both the United States of America and Puerto Rico.
Before her mother and Shakira began their performance of “Let’s Get Loud,” Emme sang a brief rendition of a few lyrics from Bruce Springsteen’s classic song “Born in the U.S.A.”