Jennifer Lopez Sings "Booty" as Alex Rodriguez Dances, and Yes, Their Kids Are the Band

Karenna Meredith
CFDA Fashion Icon Award recipient US singer Jennifer Lopez and fiance former baseball pro Alex Rodriguez arrive for the 2019 CFDA fashion awards at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City on June 3, 2019. (Photo by ANGELA WEISS / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)
CFDA Fashion Icon Award recipient US singer Jennifer Lopez and fiance former baseball pro Alex Rodriguez arrive for the 2019 CFDA fashion awards at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City on June 3, 2019. (Photo by ANGELA WEISS / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

Jennifer Lopez is well-known for her incredible dance abilities (hello, Super Bowl half-time show), but did you know that Alex Rodriguez has some moves of his own? The former pro athlete showed off a bit of his choreography on June 23 while Jennifer sang "Booty," and the kids - 15-year-old Natasha, 12-year-old Ella, and 12-year-old Emme - gave him a beat in the background.

"Here's how we feel about baseball finally coming back!" Alex captioned the Instagram video, with the spot-on hashtags: #MusicToMyEars and #LetsDance. Looks like Jennifer's rubbing off on him! He's had plenty of practice on TikTok with his daughters, too - let's hope they help get him ready for the first dance when he and Jennifer tie the knot. In the meantime, watch the fun family video below.

Related: Jennifer Lopez Celebrates the "Consistency" Alex Rodriguez Brings to Their Family on Father's Day

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