Demi Lovato is all set to rock the dias at Super Bowl LIV, which is scheduled to take place in Miami Gardens, Florida on February 2. The pop star has been picked up to voice the national anthem “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Hard Rock Stadium, taking the audience into a whole new inspiring journey. The real-life icon officially announced on her Instagram page: “Singing the National Anthem at #SBLIV,” “See you in Miami @NFL.” on Thursday. Musician Christine Sun Kim will join Lovato, 27, to translate the anthem in American Sign Language.
The Journey Re-Explored The statement came two days after the “Sober” singer revealed her stint to perform at the 2020 Grammy Awards on January 26, marking her major comeback, since she survived the drug overdose from July 2018. She captioned: “I told you the next time you’d hear from me I’d be singing,” on Instagram on Tuesday.
The Incredible Moment Gains the Pace: Tribute to the Past Performers Lovato would share the stage with the prestigious lineup of past national anthem performers, including Gladys Knight (2019), Pink (2018), Luke Bryan (2017), Lady Gaga (2016), Christina Aguilera (2011), Carrie Underwood (2010), Beyoncé(2004), however posing a parallel to the late Whitney Houston (1991). Jennifer Lopez who will be seen in the halftime show this year, and the NFL announced Shakira’s takeover as her co-headliner, Us Weekly reported. She added, “I’m so excited that they chose [not only] two strong women but also Latinas.” Super Bowl LIV will air on Fox at 6:30 p.m. ET, on February 2.
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