Sweetest Response to Daughter Emme’s Performance With Jennifer Lopez

Emme Maribel Muñiz, the 11-year-old daughter of Jennifer Lopez and Anthony, gave a surprise performance during her mom’s 2020 Super Bowl halftime show – and he couldn’t contain his excitement.

MIAMI, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 02: Emme Maribel Muñiz performs onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show at Hard Rock Stadium on February 02, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

Marc Anthony is one proud dad!

In a sweet Instagram post, which featured a photo of Emme singing with a chorus of girls in the background, Anthony spoke directly to his talented kid about her big moment.

“Emme, Daddy is so proud of you,” he wrote in the Instagram caption, which already has more than 500,000 likes. “You are my ❤ and I am forever yours.”

7 epic music documentaries to watch after you finish Taylor Swift: Miss Americana

Taylor Swift is the latest pop star to get personal in a documentary. Her new Netflix film, Taylor Swift: Miss Americana, offers an unprecedented look into the pop icon’s life – her career, her personal life, and everything in between.If you finish Taylor Swift: Miss Americana and are craving more deep dives into the lives of your favourite singers, you’re in luck: There are slew of similar documentaries, many which centre on female pop stars. Here are just seven you should consider watching next (if you’re emotionally up for it).

Taylor Swift’s New Politically Charged Song Is a Call to Action For Youth Ahead of 2020 Election

taylor Swift is using her voice for good. Ahead of the release of her Netflix documentary, Miss Americana, the singer dropped a new song titled “Only the Young.” The politically charged track, which is featured in the film’s end credits, is an instant anthem encouraging America’s youth to mobilize in the lead up to the 2020 election. The lyric video – which dropped onto Swift’s YouTube channel early on Friday morning – ends with a call to action, with details on how and where to register to vote.

“I wrote it after the midterm elections, when there were so many young people who rallied for their candidate, whether it was a senator or congressman or congresswoman,” Swift told Variety about the song. “It was hard to see so many people feel like they had canvassed and done everything and tried so hard. I saw a lot of young people’s hopes dashed.

And I found that to be particularly tragic, because young people are the people who feel the worst effects of gun violence, and student loans and trying to figure out how to start their lives and how to pay their bills, and climate change, and are we going to war – all these horrific situations that we find ourselves facing right now.

“Though Swift has already teased that the song won’t be a single or have a music video, it’s still exciting to see her using her songs to inspire the next generation. Be sure to tune into the documentary, which landed on Netflix this morning.

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