Jennifer Lopez rocked the stage at Biden's Inauguration

Lawrence Kim
January 22, 2021

Besides her melodious voice, her gestures also expressed pride as she raised her left fist on the word "proudly" and continued gesturing with her right hand throughout the song, Variety said. For me, this has great meaning. Dressed in a Schiaparelli custom gown with a large sculpted red skirt and a standout golden dove detail on the chest, she once again had everyone's attention in yet another gorgeous style statement. She also goes on to say that she wants to "acknowledge our past, be healing for our present, and passionate for a future where we work together lovingly".

She wrote on Instagram: "I pray tomorrow will be a day of peace for all Americans". Historically, a dove with an olive branch has represented peace and unity, and according to Elle, this symbolism directly aligns with Gaga's message.

Am emotional Lady Gaga performed a dramatic version of the US national anthem, Garth Brooks sang a cappella, and Jennifer Lopez gave a shoutout in Spanish at the inauguration of President Joe Biden on Wednesday, a ceremony that was marked by diversity and appeals for unity.

Singers Jennifer Lopez right and Lady Gaga after performing at Joe Biden’s inauguration
Singers Jennifer Lopez right and Lady Gaga after performing at Joe Biden’s inauguration

Wednesday's swearing-in ceremony also included Lady Gaga, who powered through "The Star-Spangled Banner", while Garth Brooks performed an a cappella rendition of "Amazing Grace". In an all-white Chanel outfit, she delivered her performance easily and set style goals in a sheer ruffle top, shimmery wide-legged pants and a matching overcoat. She completed the look with pearl bracelets, and smokey eyes with glitter details.

She then said "one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all" in Spanish before belting out "Let's get loud" and then quieting down as she wrapped up her performance by singing the line "This land was made for you and me".

None other than Bruce Springsteen launched the evening's entertainment: "Celebrating America", a 90-minute, multi-network broadcast hosted by Tom Hanks that took the place of the usual official inaugural balls, with Biden and Harris watching along and giving brief remarks.

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