On Thursday, Jennifer Lopez (52) performed at Dodger Stadium for the annual Blue Diamond Gala. For the surprise, the singer invited a very special guest: her child Emme (14). We consciously use the gender neutral word ‘child’, because Jennifer herself always uses ‘they’ and ‘them’ when she introduces Emme. Sounds like a clear statement.
“The last time we performed together was at a big stage like this one. I always ask them to sing together when they don’t want to. So this is a special occasion as it is fully booked and not cheap. It costs me a lot of money when it comes out, but it’s worth every cent because he is my favorite duet partner of all time,” it sounds through Dodger Stadium. So when Jennifer talks about that one, she’s talking about her child Emme. By the way, it’s part of twins. Their twin brother Max identifies himself as a boy.
After the announcement, Emme emerges and mother and child sing ‘A Thousand Years’ by Christina Perri together. It was immediately noticed on TikTok that she referred to her child as gender neutral. “It’s wonderful to see how she supports her child,” it sounds in the comments. Twitter also gives a virtual round of applause to the singer: “JLo sets a good example of parenting. And that in front of a huge audience. See? It’s not that hard to support your kids.”