Jennifer Lopez blessed fans with a touching video of her duet with 11-year-old daughter, Emme, during a concert.
The two are wearing matching red dresses and singing face-to-face during the performance of J.Lo’s song “Limitless” at The Forum near Los Angeles on the night of June 7.
It’s clear J.Lo is overtaken with emotion; she turns away at one point with her hand on her chest and then embraces her daughter at the end of the video.
“I can’t take it!” the singer posted on Instagram.
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It’s not the first time J.Lo has shared videos of her daughter singing. Last month she shared a video on YouTube showing her daughter singing a cover of Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Got You.” The singing starts at 4:09 of the video.
Lopez is currently on her “It’s My Party” tour. The first two stops are in Los Angeles.
Lopez Shares New Photos of Her Engagement to Rodriguez
Three months ago, Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram to give followers a behind-the-scenes look at the moment Alex Rodriguez proposed to her.
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The singer/actress posted four photos from a professional photographer who was on location for the special moment, seemingly coordinated by Rodriguez.
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The couple was on vacation in the Bahamas when Rodriguez proposed. They recently celebrated the second anniversary of their relationship.
The couple have been dating since early 2017 and later that year landed on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine with their celebrity-couple nickname, J-Rod.
In January, Rodriguez told The Associated Press that he and Lopez had similar backgrounds and her latest film “Second Act” reflected the ties that drew them together.
With ‘Second Act,’ Lopez Makes Her Own Opportunity
Jennifer Lopez learned a long time ago that in the entertainment business, you can’t just sit around waiting for opportunities—you have to make them for yourself. It’s the simple reason “Second Act,” her first film in three years and her long-awaited return to the glossy, modern-day fairy tale, exists.
“I’m quite particular,” Lopez said on a recent afternoon in Los Angeles. “I’ve been offered a couple of movies over the past couple of years but unless it’s the right thing and I get the right types of opportunities, I’d rather create them. That’s mine and Elaine’s mantra. We don’t force things, but we don’t wait around either … If no one is giving us the stories that we want to tell, then we’ll create them ourselves.”
— Second Act (@SecondAct) March 1, 2019
Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas is Lopez’s longtime friend and producing partner. The pair have worked together on projects like “The Boy Next Door” and “Shades of Blue.” ″Second Act,” which hit theaters nationwide in December, was Elaine’s idea.
She thought that Lopez would be the right woman to play the 40-year-old big box store worker with business savvy but no degree who gets a chance to prove herself to Madison Avenue’s elite. A little bit “Working Girl,” a little bit “It’s A Wonderful Life,” it was right up Lopez’s alley.
“We’re stuck on these movies because we know, we grew up on them and we know. They’re necessary. People need inspiration. They need to believe in a fairy tale,” Lopez said. “I think that is the evolution of romantic comedy. It’s not so much about falling in love with Prince Charming, it’s about falling in love with yourself and your life and realizing that you have to be the love of your life.”
She hopes that people find inspiration and hope in “Second Act.”
— Second Act (@SecondAct) March 7, 2019
Reuters and The Associated Press contributed to this report.