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Jennifer Lopez Emmy Maribel Muniz, 14, introduced her baby on stage using gender-neutral pronouns at the LA Dodgers Foundation Blue Diamond Gala on Thursday night in Los Angeles.

“The last time we performed together in such a big stadium and I ask them to sing with me all the time and they don’t,” Lopez told the audience. “So it’s a very special occasion. They’re very, very busy. Booked. And expensive.”

She says: “They cost me when they came out. But they were worth every penny because they were my favorite duet partner. So if you adore me.”

Jennifer and Emmy performed a version of “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perry, while Emmy wore a shiny rainbow microphone and a hot pink blouse with matching shorts.

“Give it up for my baby,” the proud mother declared at the end of their heartfelt duet.

She shared several photos on Twitter of the benefit of raising $ 3.6 million for local causes, including Emme sitting under the stage and eager to start singing in the queue.

Lopez, 52, performed for the first time with Emme Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show in 2020All of this was filmed for her new Netflix documentary “Halftime”.

“‘Halftime’ reveals the grit and determination to make Jennifer Lopez an icon behind the scenes and around the world, from her Super Bowl halftime show to her recent presidential inauguration,” the Tribeca Film Festival press release said.

Jennifer Lopez blames NFL for gaining her share stage with Shakira: ‘worst idea in the world’

“The documentary focuses on an international superstar who has inspired people with his perseverance, creativity and cultural contributions for decades. And this is just the beginning.”

“Throughout my life, I have struggled to hear and see,” Should be taken seriously“Said Lopez in the trailer.

Emmy Maribel Muniz and Jennifer Lopez perform on stage during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show on February 02, 2020 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

Emmy Maribel Muniz and Jennifer Lopez perform on stage during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show on February 02, 2020 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.
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One particular disappointment for Lopez was sharing the stage with Shakira, mainly due to the time constraints that came with the two highlights.

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“Super bowling by two people is the worst idea in the world,” Lopez told his music director (via Sports Illustrated). “It’s the worst idea in the world.”

“We have six minutes. We have 30 seconds of song, and if we take a minute, we have five left,” Lopez said in the documentary. “However, there must be some songs that we sing. We must have moments that we sing. This is not a dance f — ying review. We must sing our message.”

The singer’s manager, Bobby Medina, was also disappointed with his decision to have an NFL and two headliners. At the 2020 Halftime Show.

“Usually you have a headliner in the Super Bowl,” Medina said in the documentary. “That headliner builds a show and it’s their choice if they choose to have other guests. It’s a shame to say you need two Latinos to do something an artist has historically done.”

Jennifer Lopez attends the premiere of her new Netflix documentary "Halftime".

Jennifer Lopez attends the premiere of her new Netflix documentary “Halftime”.
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“If it wants to be a double headliner, they have to give us 20 minutes,” Lopez said in the documentary. “That’s what they have to do.”

The NFL also tried Lopez performance with children in cages Removed from display.

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“We left the rehearsal and I noticed that everyone was bored, but I do not know why,” Lopez said. “I got a call from Benny, and he said, ‘They want to pull the cages.’ That night, NFL executives saw it for the first time and said, ‘Hey, you can not do that.’

However, Lopez went with the idea anyway.

Jennifer shares twins Emmy and Max with her ex-husband Mark Anthony. She was recently engaged to Ben Affleck After a whirlwind romance that resurfaced after a 17-year hiatus.

Lauren Overhaulztz of Fox News contributed to this report.