Jennifer Lopez And A-Rod’s Daughter Perform A Choreographed Dance Together
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez first confirmed their relationship back in March of 2017, according to People magazine, and they’ve since created one incredible blended family. Lopez is the mother to 10-year-old twins Maximilian and Emme from her previous marriage to Marc Anthony, and Rodriguez is the father to 10-year-old Ella and 13-year-old Natasha from a previous marriage to Cynthia Scurtis. And together, they form one big happy (and talented!) family.
Case in point: Lopez and Natasha showed off their dance skills while on vacation in Idaho — and thankfully for the rest of us, they caught the choreographed number on video:
We’re super impressed by Natasha’s ability to keep up with a dance pro like J.Lo. Major props to her!
Of course, Lopez has been lucky enough to dance with some incredible partners in her day. Have you seen her and Jimmy Fallon master the dancing fast to slow song challenge?
But Natasha has got to make the top of the list when it comes to great partners.
The girlfriend-daughter dance was certainly special for Rodriguez, who posted the video to his Instagram. The proud dad and partner couldn’t help but gush about his life while on vacation, posting multiple videos and photos of their blended families having an amazing time together.
He captioned a photo of the four of them, “My girls,”:
While J.Lo definitely had the opportunity to show off her skills, that doesn’t mean Rodriguez was completely left out — because his family made time to play some baseball, too.
And either Rodriguez has been coaching Lopez, or she’s a naturally gifted baseball player. Because seriously — look at this form (warning for the one instance of profanity):
As far as family vacations go, this crew absolutely nailed it.
Here’s to hoping we’ll be able to have this much fun on our summer vacation! If we can watch that video a few (hundred) more times, maybe, just maybe, we’ll be able to pull off that boat dance routine as well as J.Lo and Natasha do.