Of course, she doesn’t have to get nervous. She obviously inherited the J Lo gene which is a performance gene according to the proud mother.
Jennifer Lopez opened about her performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show with her 11-year-old daughter Emme Maribel in an episode of ‘The Tonight Show’ that aired yesterday. When Jimmy Fallon asked her whether Emme was nervous during the performance, she replied that she got the performance gene and didn’t ger nervous at all.
“Does she get nervous?” he asked Lopez.
“You know what, no,” the proud parent, 50, raved. “She has the performance gene where she doesn’t let it in her mind, how big it is or how it scares you. That’s what you have to do when you’re up there, you kind of have to control [yourself].”
Emme stole the show when she hit the Miami Hard Rock Stadium stage to perform with her mother. The daughter of Marc Anthony began her cameo with a rendition of “Let’s Get Loud” alongside some other young performers, before belting out a few lines from Bruce Springsteen’s “Born In the USA.”
“She has that gene, the gene that’s like I’m comfortable up here,” Lopez said to Fallon. “I think she gets amped, like excited, but like a cute excited, like I wish I felt more like her.”