Jennifer Lopez, 52, was at the Blue Diamond Gala in Los Angeles for the Dodgers Foundation on June 16. As the singer performed on stage, she spoke about her children, specifically her 14-year-old Emme, reports Page Six. To introduce Emme to her audience, the 52-year-old artist used a non-gendered pronoun “They” or “iel”: “I ask my kids all the time to sing with me, but they don’t, so it’s is a very special occasion, because they’re very, very busy and reserved and expensive. They cost me dearly when they come out,” according to the magazine.

The actress then goes on to refer to Emme, “He’s worth every penny because he’s my all-time favorite duet partner. So if you’ll please me.” Emme, 14, then joined her mother on stage to perform Christina Perri’s song “A Thousand Years.” For the occasion, Jennifer Lopez’s child wore a bright pink shirt and shorts, a hat and black shoes. As for her mother, she wore a feathered dress, for a total turquoise look.

Jennifer Lopez: the singer leads a busy family life

Teenage twins Emme and Maximilian are the children of Jennifer Lopez and ex-husband Marc Anthony. For their anniversary in February, the actress made a point of sharing a post on Instagram indicating how grateful she was to have them. “You taught me the true meaning of life and changed me forever in the most incredible way. I only hope I can be half the blessing you have been in my life.” Until their divorce in 2014, Marc Anthony, 53, and Jennifer Lopez, 52, co-parented the twins.

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On the couple side, the singer accepted Ben Affleck’s marriage proposal in April. The 49-year-old actor decided to take the plunge and kneel down while Jennifer Lopez was in the tub, Page Six shares. “It was the most romantic thing I could have imagined. Just a quiet Saturday night at home, two people who promise to always be there for each other,” she told her followers. .

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