Lady Gaga Sings the American National Anthem at Joe Biden’s Inaugration

Lady Gaga

Just before going on stage, Lady Gaga had promised, on Twitter, to sing to the hearts of all who live in this country, vowing to work to bring together a deeply divided nation.

Lady Gaga is accompanied by naval serviceman Captain Evan Campbell, as she prepares to sing the American anthem at Joe Biden's swearing-in. What matters is that Lady Gaga not only gave a memorable performance, but that she also gave the internet something somewhat silly to speculate about.

Lopez sang a medley of This Land is Your Land and America the lovely.

Stepping out to sing the United States national anthem in a giant custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture look designed by Daniel Roseberry, the Star is Born actor took to Twitter to decode the meaning of the staggering brooch.

Gaga wrote, a dove carrying an olive branch, may we all make peace with each other.

Jennifer Lopez, on the other hand, opted for an all-white ensemble from Chanel.

Finally, chosen to recite her poem The Hill We Climb, the young American poet Amanda Gorman also shone during this ceremony.

The Biden-Harris inaugural events will reflect Hollywood's embrace of Democrats in general and Biden in particular, as per Variety.

Wednesday's TV special, called 'Celebrating America, ' opened with Bruce Springsteen, standing alone with an acoustic guitar on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, singing Land of Hope and Dreams.

After President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were sworn in to office, Lopez was seen having many-a "swoon" moments as she walked by them prior to her performance. I honor you today and everyday'. John Legend sang "Feeling Good" in Washington; Foo Fighters sang "Times Like These" in honour of teachers, and Demi Lovato performed "Lovely Day" along with doctors and nurses in Los Angeles. Hosts Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria will be joined by basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, chef Jose Andres, labour leader Dolores Huerta and Kim Ng, the first female general manager in Major League Baseball history.

The history of celebrities performing at inaugurations dates back to Franklin D. Roosevelt's third inauguration in 1941, when a gala celebration the evening before saw performances from Irving Berlin, Mickey Rooney and Charlie Chaplin, says Lina Mann of the White House Historical Association. This popular country singer also sang during the inauguration of Barack Obama, but he refused to do the same for Donald Trump in January 2017.



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