Not so fast.
Only one of the 3-year-olds seems to be a born performer.
Which one? Read on to find out what Anthony just told us. Plus, what's it like being married to People magazine's "World's Most Beautiful?"
"You know what? Emme's a singer but Max will either be her bodyguard or her manager," Anthony told me and Michael Yo yesterday during our red carpet livestream of the Billboard Latin Music Awards in Miami.
And speaking of the homefront, Anthony joked that his wife does throw her "World's Most Beautiful" title around the house. "I'm so sick and tired of hearing that," he laughed.
But seriously, he added, "I knew all along. I called it about eight years ago!"
Good point, Mr. Anthony.
Lopez and Anthony also announced earlier this week that they're developing a new television series, Q'Viva, about their creation of a new live show celebrating the best in Latin music, dance and other performing arts. They've teamed up with director Jamie King and überproducer Simon Fuller for the project.
"It's going to be a Cirque du Soliel extravaganza, if you will, [with] talent chosen from each and every country in Latin America," Anthony explained. "It's not a reality show. What we're doing is we're documenting the journey all through Latin America before we bring the final talent back to the United States to mount the show."