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Jennifer Lopez just surprise the whole world when you perform an awe-inspiring interpretation of the theme ‘People’. The song was composed by Jule Styne with lyrics by Bob Merrill for the Broadway musical Funny Girl in 1964 starring Barbra Streisand. The theme focuses on the need for people to be close to those who love.

The presentation of the popular J. LO it became a trend quickly on Twitter and thousands of users expressed that they felt moved by the lyrics of the song. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO, also spoke on the presentation of Jennifer Lopez and stated the following: “What is, is how much we need each other. JLo”.

One World: Together At Home it is a spectacle to digital where they will compete in dozens of stars like Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones. Its transmission began this Saturday by the internet in support of health workers who fight against the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19).

The first part of this virtual event, supported by the international organization Global Citizen in cooperation with the World Health organization (WHO) will have a duration of six hours and counts with the presence of stars such as Jennifer Hudson, Matthew McConaughey and Luis Fonsi, which will appear by video live and direct from their homes.

In the beginning, exfutbolista David Beckham was in a video conference with young athletes and urged them to perfect their technique at home, waiting for you to get back to the sports competitions are suspended for the coronavirus.

According to Global Citizen, the event not only seeks to entertain but also to function as “a cry mobilizer” to collaborate with aid organizations local, at a time when the health crisis keeps approximately 4,500 millions of people who are confined at home.


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