Thursday, January 21, 2021

well of course ........

 

Well of course she is  when you are that famous ....it's all about you......everyone knows she loves.the spotlight.............most famous people are raging narcissists ....it is  why they are famous .......they need  the attention .....its  like a  drug ....alice  coopers  said it  best .......anyone who is  in the  media  spotlight   ...craves  attention........all of them  not just  j lo .....but she is  a  spotlight hogger.....i remember the green dress incident ......it was  hot ...but it was  j lo to a T........

People are calling Jennifer Lopez 'self-serving' after she slipped in a reference to her own song during her inauguration performance

Callie Ahlgrim
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Jennifer Lopez performed during Joe Biden's presidential inauguration on Wednesday. Rob Carr/Getty Images
  • Jennifer Lopez sang "This Land Is Your Land" and "America the Beautiful" at Joe Biden's inauguration.

  • After reciting part of the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish, Lopez sang "let's get loud."

  • People on Twitter made fun of Lopez for referencing her 2000 single during the performance.

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Jennifer Lopez took the stage at President Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday to sing "This Land Is Your Land" and "America the Beautiful" - as well as a line from one of her own songs.

Near the end of her mashup performance, the Grammy nominee recited the final words of the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish - "One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all" - before belting out "let's get loud."

It was a clear reference to Lopez's signature song "Let's Get Loud" that was included on her debut album and released as a single in 2000.

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Viewers noticed.

Many people, like the author Saeed Jones and the NBC reporter Kalhan Rosenblatt, found it amusing, while others mocked the decision as "cringe" or "self-serving."



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