Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Jennifer Lopez's Daughter Emme Muniz, Who Stole The Super Bowl Halftime Show

She's adorable — and talented!

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Remember at the end of Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's joint tour all the way back in 2007, when she first announced that they were expecting a baby? It wasn't long after that it was revealed that she was, in fact, expecting twins — and in 2008, Lopez gave birth to a set of fraternal twins. 

Fast forward to 2020, and the children are all grown up! And while Max Muniz, the little boy, is lying low and away from the spotlight, his twin sister is starting to take center stage — just like her mama! 


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So who Jennifer Lopez's daughter, Emme Muniz? Let's look at what we know about this rising star!

1. Who is Emme Muniz, Jennifer Lopez's daughter? She made her debut at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, February 2, 2020. 

Emme Maribel Muniz, 11, stole the show on Sunday, February 2, 2020, when she was joined by the rest of the children's choir on stage during the Super Bowl halftime show on February 2, 2020. She sang a medley of songs, including "Let's Get Loud," as her mother, Jennifer Lopez, displayed a cape made of the Puerto Rican and American flags. 



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2. This isn't the first time Muniz performed with her mother. 

Last year, J-Lo shared a video of her performing "Medicine" for the first time in rehearsals with her backup dancers. Around the 4-minute mark, Lopez starts rehearsing with someone — and, a closer look reveals that the someone in question is none other than her daughter! You can check her out the video above. 

3. She and her brother are extremely close. 

Even though Max Muniz — her twin brother — is a little more behind the scenes than she is, Emme Muniz is very close to her twin brother. A few months ago, J-Lo recorded a video of herself having an "interview" of sorts with her twins.


The video clearly shows both Emme and Max having a lot of fun with one another and, at one point, their mother points out how much she loves their sweet personalities. Aww! So do we! 

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4. Muniz guest-starred in her mother's "Limitless" video. 

J-Lo recorded the song "Limitless" for the movie, Second Act, and even recorded a video to promote the single. And eagle-eyed fans were quick to note that there was a very special guest in the video: none other than her daughter!

Though she didn't sing in the video, Lopez said that her child's guest appearance was "her favorite thing" about the video, and added that she represented "the little girl inside all of us."


5. Her mother calls her "Lulu."

Parents often have nicknames for their beloved children, and Lopez is no exception. Not long ago, J-Lo posted the below photo of herself and Muniz, and called her "Lulu" in the post.

She added that she loves when her daughter comes to visit her on the set, and she seemed pretty confident that Muniz would be following in both her footsteps and that of her father, Latin soul singer Marc Anthony. 

6. She seems to have a bright future ahead of her.

What more can we say except that she seems to be a very talented, very well adjusted young lady with nothing but a bright future ahead of her? She's beautiful, talented, and charming, and she comes from Hollywood royalty.


We can't wait to see what the next chapter of her career brings — and we're definitely going to keep you posted with all she's got going on! 

Congratulations on a great show, "Lulu"! 

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, publicist, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more.