Luis Fonsi’s daughter is the cutest backup dancer: Watch her dance to Échame La Culpa

If Luis Fonsi ever needs a backup dancer he can always call on his six-year-old daughter Mikaela! The Puerto Rican's singer’s wife, Águeda López, recently shared a video of their little girl dancing to his and Demi Lovato’s Échame La Culpa during their family’s vacation in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

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Alongside the clip, which was posted on January 2, the mom-of-two wrote: “Hey Fonsi!!! 👋🏻 #NewDancers #FonsisGirls #TooMuch#EchameLaCulpa.” The couple’s daughter along with three pals danced in their swimsuits, showing off their choreographed moves. Luis and his family, including one-year-old son Rocco, have been enjoying their tropical, winter getaway, visiting the Hoyo Azul Lagoon, horseback riding and golfing.

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luis-fonsi-kidsVIEW GALLERY The family is vacationing in the Dominican Republic Photo: Instagram/LuisFonsi

The Despacito singer kicked off his vacation with a poolside picture, which he captioned in Spanish, “Okay. I got to where I had to go. Vacation officially started🏝.” Luis followed up the post with a picture of his two kids simply writing, “Family first❤️.’

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Last year, the Latin Grammy-winning artist opened up to HOLA! USA about his family, admitting that being away from them is the hardest part about touring. Luis confessed, "That’s the part that I will never get used to. Being away from my kids, my family. You just kind of just go day by day. It’s really the only way to do it."

luis-fonsi-golfVIEW GALLERY Luis and his family have been having fun in the sun during their vacation Photo: Instagram/LuisFonsi

The 39-year-old also noted that he wants his kids to have a normal childhood outside of the spotlight. "I want them to have a normal life you know and touring is not healthy for anybody," Luis said. "I’ll tough it out, and I’ll let them do the normal traditional go to school, come back home, play with your friends kind of childhood which I think is very important."

 

 

 

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