In addition to being a world-famous singer, actor and dancer, Jennifer Lopez also happens to be one of the coolest mamas in Hollywood. So much so, that the Second Act star, 49, took to her YouTube channel to share the sweetest “Ask Me Anything” interview with her 11-year-old twins, Emme and Max.
The adorable (and super inquisitive) pair asked their famous parent about everything from fractions to family life. Our favorite line of questioning, however, came from her son who wanted to know what kind of trouble J. Lo used to get into as a kid. “I used to get in trouble all the time,” Jennifer admitted.
“I was a little bit like Max … I used to love to run and play. I was more of a tomboy than Leslie or Linda (her sisters), but that’s not how I got in trouble,” she laughed. “How I got in trouble was that I used to sneak out of the house,” Jen finally fessed up. That’s not all, though. The soon-to-be blushing bride, who is engaged to longtime boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, proceeded to tell her kiddos exactly how she used to pull a fast one on her family.
“My room was on the second floor and there was a little roof and underneath it was a shed,” J. Lo began. “So, I used to put a ladder on the shed and then I used to climb out down the ladder and jump off the roof,” she told Emme and Max — who were obviously entranced by the story.
To be honest, it’s likely they were paying extra close attention to get some pointers! Shortly after that, Max flat out asked Jennifer if she thought “math was useless” — specifically when it came to adding fractions. “No, I didn’t think math was useless,” J. Lo replied in typical mom fashion, adding, “it wasn’t my favorite.” We hear that, Jenny!
We loved seeing J. Lo spend time with Max and Emme and hope to see more of their mad interview skills put to use in the future.