She certainly knows how to get the audience’s attention, but Jennifer Lopez is clearly feeling a little nervous about her participation in Joe Biden’s upcoming inauguration ceremony.
The Presidential Constituent Committee (PIC) announced last week that the 51-year-old Lopez was on the roster for the inauguration ceremony of Biden and Kamala Harris at the US Capitol in Washington.
Despite her mega performance at last year’s Super Bowl LIV as a half-time performer, Lopez’s fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, suggested he knew taking office was a big responsibility.
“Let’s think that in 12 months she’s done the Super Bowl, the New Year and now the inauguration. It̵
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“And what’s interesting is that she’s most nervous about Washington because of the responsibility and she wants more than anything, like all of us, to bring people together, to inspire. And you know, music and sports do that better than everything, “added the former MLB player.
While Lopez’s performance is being confirmed, little is known about which song (s) he will sing. Rodriguez hinted to Fallon that she was planning “something really great.”
“So you’ll be surprised. You’ll like it,” he said.
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In addition to Lopez, Lady Gaga was chosen to perform the National Anthem on Wednesday. Speaking to Fox News last week, the father of pop star Joe Germanotta said he was “extremely proud” of his daughter.
“I hope everyone stays happy, safe and has a quiet day,” Germanota said, adding that there are “normal fears that a father will have every time my daughter performs.”
Country singer Garth Brooks will also take the stage, PIC reported on Monday. He joked that he would probably be “the only Republican at the ceremony.”
Meanwhile, other inaugural traditions are planned this week. One includes a special broadcast on January 20, entitled “Celebrating America,” which will be hosted by Tom Hanks. Demi Lovato also confirmed that it is an “honor” to join.
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PIC CEO Tony Allen said in a statement last week that this year’s 59th inauguration performers “are a clear picture of our great nation’s great diversity and will help honor and celebrate the time-honored traditions of our nation.” the presidential inauguration as president – Biden and newly elected Vice President Harris are sworn in on the Western Front of the US Capitol. “
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“They are also committed to the unwavering vision of the President-elect and the Vice President for a new chapter in our American history, in which we are America, united in overcoming the deep divisions and challenges facing our people, reunifying the country and rebuilding. of the soul of our nation, “Alan continued.