Jennifer Lopez has been known for years for her on-stage presence, insane dance routines, and melodic voice. What many people didn’t know is that her daughter apparently shares all of that talent.

One of the biggest surprises of this year’s Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday was the appearance of Lopez’s 11-year-old daughter, Emme Muñiz. The pop star brought her mini-me on stage to perform “Let’s Get Loud” and a few chords from Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A.,” as noted by Entertainment Weekly.

Emme’s twin brother, Max, also enjoys singing, and J-Lo isn’t shy about showing off her twins’ talent. Lopez posted a video montage for their birthday last February of them singing tunes from Disney’s “Moana” and “The Amazing World of Gumball,” NBC’s Today reported.

It appears Emme is more intrigued by the idea of following in her mother’s footsteps though, having made multiple appearances during Lopez’s “It’s My Party” concert tour. PopSugar reported that at each stop on the tour, Muñiz would rise up from under the stage to sing “Limitless” alongside her famous mother.

Max and Emme Muñiz, Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez and her kids, Max and Emme Muñiz, attend the premiere of Twentieth Century Fox And Dreamworks Animation’s “Home” at Regency Village Theatre on Mar. 22, 2015 in Westwood, California. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

“Usually, the light’s too bright in my eye so I can’t see anybody, so that’s good,” Muñiz shared in a Jennifer Lopez YouTube channel video last year when discussing her concert performances. “So, I just look at mom.”

Although rehearsals aren’t always her favorite, the tween seems to enjoy visiting her mom backstage and occasionally surprising the crew and dancers with her vocals. The Internet went wild when a video of Muñiz singing her own rendition of Alicia Keys’s “If I Ain’t Got You” circulated last year.

Whatever the future holds for the tiny singer, one thing is certain, she seems to share her mother’s passion for singing and looks extremely comfortable performing on stage. With roughly 100 million viewers tuning in for Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show and more than 62,000 people in attendance at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Muñiz didn’t flinch once.