Feb 23, 2021
New York : Jennifer Lópezs daughter receives guitar lessons from this famous singer
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Jennifer López with Max and Emme.
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The twins of Jennifer Lopez Y Marc Anthony They have just turned 13 years old and, on such a special date, their mother has surprised them with a breakfast in bed during which she has taken the opportunity to tell them about the day she left the hospital with them in her arms in the middle of a snow storm.
There were also no shortage of surprises throughout the day, and one of them included a very special guitar class for Emme, who seems determined to continue training in the musical field with the help of himself. Lenny Kravitz.
“You need to be careful. The difficult thing is to place the little finger here and not touch the neck ”, explains the rocker patiently in one of the videos that the Bronx diva has shared in her Stories.
It should be remembered that Emme is the one who has shown the most interest in following in their parents’ footsteps And he can even boast of having performed with Jennifer in the Super Bowl intermission. However, his brother Max has also dared to try something new now by receiving his first singing lesson virtually under the tutelage of vocal coach Stevie Mackey, who has worked with his mother and other pop stars such as Selena Gomez.
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Walter Gretzky, father of ice hockey great Wayne, dies at 82
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(Reuters) - Walter Gretzky, who recognized his son Wayne's prodigious talent and helped shape him into the National Hockey League's all-time leading scorer, has died aged 82.© Reuters/Mike Cassese FILE PHOTO: Walter Gretzky watches the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees MLB American League baseball game in Toronto
His death was confirmed on Twitter by Wayne, who said his dad had battled Parkinson's disease and other health issues over the last few years.
"For my sister and my 3 brothers, Dad was our team captain - he guided, protected and led our family every day, every step of the way," 60-year-old Wayne wrote on Twitter.
"For me, he was the reason I fell in love with the game of hockey. He inspired me to be the best I could be not just in the game of hockey, but in life."
Widely recognised as Canada's most famous hockey dad, Walter produced the famous backyard rink on which Wayne learned to skate as a two-year-old and later honed his skills.
Wayne, who went on to rewrite the NHL record book during a Hall of Fame career in which he won four Stanley Cups, has often credited his father with pioneering drills and coaching techniques that would shape his playing style.
In 2007, Walter was named to the Order of Canada, the country's highest civilian honour, for his contributions to minor hockey and dedication to helping countless charities.
He was born in Canning, Ontario, on Oct. 8, 1938, the son of Tony and Mary, and grew up on a vegetable farm with his six siblings. He was involved in athletics and hockey in his youth.
In 2010, Walter carried the torch on the last day of the Olympic relay ahead of the Opening Ceremonies of the Vancouver Winter Games where Wayne lit the Olympic flame.
(Reporting by Frank Pingue in Toronto; Editing by Ken Ferris)