With a t-shirt stamped with the face of Barbra Streisand, Jennifer Lopez took the microphone to sing People the american singer, during a concert: A world: at Home Togetherhosted by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization (WHO) with the purpose of raising money for the Fund in Response COVID-19 in favor of the health care personnel with the fight against this global pandemic.
The money obtained from that concert looking to buy health equipment for the countries that have been affected and it is also a call to the private sector and other charitable organizations to contribute to the Response Fund COVID-19 with more donations. Lady Gaga, curator of this concert virtual, it stated that it is a ‘love letter to the world’ in the midst of a crisis that affects all of us.
For her part, Jennifer Lopez joined other celebrities in one of the concerts most emotional which has given the Latin artist from his involvement in the show, SuperBowl halftime 2020 next to Shakira. At that time, the also entrepreneur opened the door for other latina women to show up in one of the sporting events most relevant in the united States that takes place every February in Miami, Florida. Now, leave a mark in a recital for the medical staff fighting against the COVID-19.
With some christmas lights old garage and some candles left over from our Super Bowl party here at the house, I tried to put together with all the love in the world a thank you to all who are struggling, working, sacrificing, and doing their job. part, wrote Jennifer Lopez on Instagram.
Shakira and Jennifer Lopez in the show of the SuperBowl halftime 2020
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In this way, artists such as The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Lang Lang, Elton John, Steve Wonder, Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion, is joined by Jennifer Lopez in this concert, which had a duration of six hours, and that seeks to generate awareness about the appreciation and the support that we have to offer as citizens to those doctors and healthcare personnel who do their work to combat this pandemic COVID-19. To date, the money that has been raised is $ 150 million.