The Truth About Jennifer Lopez's Son, Maximilian David Muniz

At the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, Jennifer Lopez wasn't just joined by Shakira, J Balvin, and Bad Bunny. There was another very special guest on-stage: Lopez's own daughter, Emme Maribel Muñiz. While fans are now well-aware that Emme takes after her parents' vocal talents (she's the daughter of J.Lo and Marc Anthony, after all,) there's another detail about her worth remembering: Emme is also a twin.

Lopez's son, Maximilian David Muñiz, wasn't on the halftime stage, but that doesn't mean he's not a star-in-the-making in his own right — just look at how he's hammed it up on red carpets (above) and performed on his mom's IG page. Here's everything you need to know about this little boy, who just so happens to have some superstar parents.

Max already looks so much like his dad

When Emme took the Super Bowl stage, it became crystal clear that she is absolutely Jennifer Lopez's mini-me, and in what should come as no surprise, Emme's brother, Max, looks just like his dad, Marc Anthony. Lopez and Anthony were married from June 2004 to June 2014, per Heavy. The "Waiting For Tonight" singer gave birth to the twins in February 2008, according to People. Her manager told the magazine, "Jennifer and Marc are delighted, thrilled and over the moon." 

Despite their split, Lopez and Anthony have maintained an amicable co-parenting relationship. She even wished him a happy Father's Day in 2019, writing on Instagram: "Emme and Max love you soooo much!! Thank you for these two beautiful coconuts!!! Feliz Día Del Padre!!!" Lopez also said she and Anthony are "like best friends" during a Live With Kelly interview in 2017, per Us Weekly. It's great to hear they get along so well, especially for their kids' sake.

Emme isn't the only twin who likes to sing

On the twins' 11th birthday in February 2019, J.Lo shared a video where Max sang in the background as photos played in a collage. Lopez wrote, "Happy Birthday my lil beautiful coconut brilliant boy. Mommy is so proud of you!!! #foreverlove." That's not the only time the youngster has shown off his vocal skill. In September 2019, Lopez shared a video of Max singing "Riptide" by Vance Joy as his sister, Emme, strummed a guitar. Talk about a talented family, huh?

According to the Latin Times, Lopez discussed her kids' personalities in an Extra interview back in 2015. "Their personalities are beautiful; they're like yin and yang. They stay true to who they were from when they were born," she said. "Emme is like a mini-me; Max is really like a mini Marc. They're complete opposites. But she's like super focused and super sensitive, quiet and focused and he's kind of off the charts, lots of energy, super funny." She also added, "They both love music. They both asked to take piano lessons and voice lessons." No wonder they're already singing like pros.

Jennifer Lopez's son asks the hard questions

As a celebrity, Jennifer Lopez is no stranger to interviews, but in April 2019, she decided to switch things up and have her own kids ask the hard questions. The video, titled "Twin Talk: AMA With Emme & Max" is as adorable as it is informative. Max's bubbly, goofy personality shines as he askes questions like, "What was the most trouble you got in when you were my age?" 

Lopez responds, "I was a little bit like Max. I used to like to run and play, but that's not how I got in trouble." Lopez admits that she got in trouble for sneaking out of her room and getting caught. Other questions ranged from "Did you think math was useless?" to "Were you short when you were my age?" (For the record, Max was shorter than his sister at the time.)

But when asked which twin was her favorite, Lopez gave a diplomatic mom answer: "I don't believe in favorites ... I love you both so much." When Max tweaked the question and asked what her favorite thing about him was, Lopez picked "his sense of humor and his incredible vocabulary. Also, your big heart — you have an enormous heart ... and I love that about you."

Emme and Max are already mini-entertainers, so it will be fun to watch them follow in their famous parents' footsteps or forge their own paths with their proud parents by their sides.