Jennifer Lopez’s daughter Emme Maribel stunned the world last night with her incredible pipes when she joined superstar mom J.Lo on stage for her Super Bowl halftime performance leading a children’s chorus in a slow version of Lopez’s hit ‘Let’s Get Loud’. This was not the first time 11-year-old Emme Maribel joined the 50-year-old triple threat on stage and we bet it won’t be her last.
Seeing Emme Maribel (whom Lopez shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony) perform with her famous mom was not the first time we’ve seen superstar singers bring their kids out on stage. Celebs like Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, and many other award-winning legends have been known to have their kids perform with them from time to time — and it really is incredible to see so much talent in one family!
While it shouldn’t be such a surprise that some of these youngsters are musically gifted given who their parents are, it’s pretty impressive to see such talent at such a young age. So whether we’re seeing history in the making or just an adorable moment caught on camera, watching these celebs with their kids under the spotlight is just too cute.
Jennifer Lopez Daughter, Emme Maribel Muñiz
Emme showcased her powerful pipes on stage before her mother stood next to her wrapped in a Puerto Rican flag during the Super Bowl LIV halftime show at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
Mariah Carey’s Twins, Moroccan Scott and Monroe
Moroccan Scott and Monroe, whom she shares with ex-husband Nick Cannon were just 6-years-old when they joined their legendary mom on stage at The Hollywood Bowl singing in front of thousands.
P!nk’s Daughter & Son, Willow and Jameson
The rockstar mom introduced 8-year-old daughter Willow Sage Hart and 3-year-old son Jameson Moon Hart to stage while on tour in November.
Beyoncé & Jay-Z’s Daughter, Blue Ivy
While Blue was not even 3-years-old when she made her appearance on the VMA stage the now 8-year-old is well on her way to stardom having collaborated with mama Bey on “Brown Skin Girl” from The Lion King Soundtrack to showing off her moves at a dance recital.