Jennifer Lopez is growing closer and closer to her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez’s daughters.

According to E! News, Rodriguez brought his 12-year-old daughter to Lopez’s “All I Have” show in Las Vegas, and she had a blast. Rodriguez also posted videos on his Instagram Stories of Natasha dancing with Lopez onstage after her concert. In addition, the former professional athlete posted a regular video of Natasha and several other people singing and dancing to “Don’t Stop Believing” while inside Lopez’s dressing room.

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Natasha also bonded with Lopez over the weekend and even sang in front of the “Shades of Blue” actress. Lopez held Natasha’s hand and hugged her after her private performance. Rodriguez’s other daughter, Ella, 9, has not been seen with Lopez and her dad this past weekend. However, she also spent time with them and Lopez’s twins at the pool.

Meanwhile, Lopez’s twins, Max and Emme, 9, have been spending time with their biological dad, Marc Anthony, since Friday, June 9. According to People, Max and Emme attended their half-brother Ryan Muniz’s graduation from Woodland Hills Middle School in Los Angeles. Ryan is the son of Anthony with his ex-wife, Dayanara Torres.

A photo of Ryan and his older brother, Christian, playing with Max and Emme was also released online. In the snap, the four half-siblings held each other’s hands as they walked and talked while on their way to the parking lot. Torres was also present at her son’s graduation.

The former beauty queen recently spoke about winning against Anthony in their child support battle. Torres was criticized for allegedly taking Anthony to court for more money, but she stressed that it was for the stability of her two kids. Torres’ win guaranteed that her kids will now be receiving $14,340 per month, and their vacations will be for up to $12,000 per year. Anthony also agreed to pay for his kids’ medical and educational costs, as well as their extra-curricular activities.

“It’s not a process where you just go to court and the judges’ say, ‘Here you go! It’s yours.’ There were days when I had to face my children; When I would return home from court, they would ask me every time, ‘Did we win mom? Please tell us we won,’” she told People.