Jennifer Lopez just finished one of the biggest performances in her career: Singing at President Joe Biden’s inauguration. Lopez took the stage in the afternoon, performing “This Land Is Your Land.” She opted to wear suffragette white for the occasion, pairing a white coat with an embellished blouse and white pants on stage. Lopez sang after Kamala Harris was sworn in as vice president and before Biden was sworn in as president.
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Lopez’s fiancé Alex Rodriguez revealed that of all the big performances Lopez has done over the last year, including the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, J.Lo was the most nervous about Biden’s inauguration. “What’s interesting is she’s most nervous about Washington, D.C. because of the responsibility,” he told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Lopez hopes to “inspire” and “bring people together” with her musical number, A-Rod added.
Lopez shared a video of herself at the Capitol yesterday, posing with members of the military. “What an honor to spend a few moments with these brave men and women,” Lopez wrote. “Thank you for your service and sacrifice. I honor you today and everyday. 🇺🇸 Tomorrow I sing for you and all Americans. ❤️🤍💙 #inauguration2021.”
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The 51-year-old singer, who campaigned for Biden, spoke to ELLE in an interview conducted the week before the 2021 election about how important people voting is to her and how disappointed she was with the Trump administration’s governing.
“I’ve told everybody who works around me, all my family, ‘Don’t even talk to me if you haven’t voted.’ ” Lopez said. “The world right now is so confusing to me, because I feel like we all know that things need to change. It doesn’t matter if you’re Republican or Democrat, if you’re looking at the world right now, you know that we can do better—you know that. We can’t stay with this administration, we just can’t. It’s the definition of insanity.”
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