Jennifer Lopez‘s 50th birthday bash in Miami was packed with A- List celebrities.
Ashanti, DJ Khaled and Fat Joe all performed at the lavish birthday bash.
But J.Lo had an extra special performance from her 11-year-old twins Max and Emme.
Designer Michael Costello posted Instagram Stories footage of the sweet birthday tribute.
Emme opted for It’s A Hard-Knock Life from 1977’s Annie, while Max went with My Shot from 2015’s Hamilton.
J.Lo’s mini me Emme was joined by a few friends for It’s A Hard-Knock Life. The group of kids also added some choreography where they swept the dance floor.
In the musical of Annie, the song is sung by children in an orphanage. They are being looked after by negligent caretaker Miss Hannigan who puts them all to work.
Emme also did a solo performance of Thelma Houston’s Do You Know Where You’re Going To, which Diana Ross famously covered for the 1975 film Mahogany.
The extravagant gold-themed bash was hosted by PrettyLittleThing owner Umar Kamani. It took place at Gloria Estefan’s $32million Star Island home in Miami on Wednesday night.
Multi-talented Lopez was joined by her fiancé Alex Rodriguez and a host of celebrity guests.
The “Love Don’t Cost A Thing” singer arrived to her soirée in the new convertible 2019 Porsche 911 GT3, A-Rod had gifted her earlier in the day.
Jennifer looked younger than her years in a plunging gold ensemble.
The birthday girl was the only person dressed head-to-toe in gold, as her guests wore white.
The sequinned skirt and bralet, flashing her defined abs and gym-honed physique.
The daring dress was a cross-body strap detailing, adding an edgy feel to the outfit. Lopez accessorized with giant hoop earrings and a gold clutch bag.
Alex’s daughters Ella, 11, and Natasha, 14 – who he raises with his ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis – were also pictured taking a photo together inside the venue.
Rapper Fat Joe was one of the guests at the exclusive party. He took to the DJ decks to perform a surprise duet with the birthday girl.