Shakira's son Milan joined his mum on the small screen for his debut appearance as a judge on The Voice. Milan, two-months-old, sat on mum Shakira's lap as he pressed the famous red button that decides the singing hopeful's fate.
"Clearly Milan's intrigued by this performance @NBCTheVoice #5thCoach" tweeted Shakira, along with a photo of her son looking wide-eyed during his first TV appearance.
"Uh oh," she added with a picture of Milan frowning "I don't think he liked that performance! #5thCoach."
Dressed in a cute checked shirt and t-shirt picturing a stereo Milan took to his role as the show's fifth judge, joining Maroon 5's Adam Levine, country singer Blake Shelton and Usher.
Despite his tender age, Milan is already moving up in the world. Last week Waka Waka singer Shakira added another adorable photo to her Instagram collection showing the youngster sitting with dad Gerard Pique waiting to get his first passport.
Before starting her role as the only female on The Voice US judging panel after having baby Milan, Shakira warned that she wouldn't be showing a softer side.
"Never underestimate this 5'3" Colombian girl," the Hips Don't Lie singer was heard saying in a clip of the singing competition.
Shakira and Scream singer Usher for the programme's fourth series as the new duo have replaced previous judges Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green on the hunt for fresh musical talent.
The two-time Grammy winner will be on hand to help the hopeful singers.
"I've come here to be a mentor to people who have dreams like I once I had," she said to one contestant. "You can take the world by storm and I want to help you with that because I did it, I already did it."