Earlier this week, Alex Rodriguez revealed that Jennifer Lopez was feeling the most nervous about her performance at Joe Biden’s inauguration. However, she managed to deliver a stunning performance in a white Chanel outfit and pearl earrings. Her renditions of “This Land Is Your Land” and “America the Beautiful” left the audience mesmerized in Washington, D.C. She even spoke in Spanish, saying, “Una nación, bajo dios, indivisible, con libertad y justicia para todos,” before ending her performance with her popular track “Let’s Get Loud.”
Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a snap of herself before heading off on a flight to Washington D.C. She captioned her post, “DC Bound…” Later on, she posted a video with the National Guard, expressing her gratitude for their service and sacrifice. She also mentioned how honored she felt to spend a few moments with the brave men and women. In conclusion, the singer expressed her excitement to be performing at the #inauguration2021 event, and how she is looking forward to singing for all Americans.
During Wednesday’s inauguration at the U.S. Capitol, Jennifer Lopez wowed the crowd with her rendition of “This Land is Your Land”. According to her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, Lopez was feeling a bit anxious about her big performance. In an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Rodriguez explained that Lopez had a crazy year with many blessings, including performing at the Super Bowl and New Year’s Eve. However, he noted that she was particularly nervous about her performance in Washington, D.C. due to the responsibility that came with it.
Jennifer Lopez shared that her 12-year-old son Max, who is conscientious and kind, inspired her to use her platform to make a positive impact. She and her partner, Alex Rodriguez, supported President Biden in the recent elections and will be performing at the inauguration event along with Lady Gaga and Garth Brooks. Lopez believes that it’s crucial to unify the nation and eradicate hate and prejudice from society, especially for the sake of future generations. They are excited to be part of the celebration and look forward to bringing people together and inspiring them through their performance.