Fonsi and Ozuna join the artists of Biden’s special program

Fonsi and Ozuna join the Artists of Biden’s Special Program

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Miami, Jan 19- Luis Fonsi and Ozuna joined the long list of artists who will participate in a special television program on the occasion of the inauguration of Joe Biden as president of the United States, among them Lady Gaga, Lin -Manuel Miranda, Devi Lovato, Eva Longoria and Bruce Springsteen.

The two Puerto Rican singers will act as protagonists of one of the popular webcast “Pasa el micro” (Pass the Mic) “by DJ Cassidy, according to a statement from the organizing committee of the acts of the inauguration of Democrat Biden, who as of this Wednesday will replace Donald Trump in the White House.
Along with Fonsi and Ozuna joined the cast of “Celebrating America”, country music artists Tyler Hubbard, Tim McGraw and Black Pumas.
The 90-minute television program, which will be hosted by actor Tom Hanks, will be broadcast on major networks and channels from 8:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ET (GMT early Thursday) and aims to showcase “the rich diversity and extensive talent “existing in the country.
Biden and Kamala Harris, who will take office as vice president tomorrow, are scheduled to speak on a program in which Lady Gaga will perform “The Star-Bangled Banner,” the United States anthem.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jon Bon Jovi, Ant Clemons, Foo Fighters, John Legend, Demi Lovato, Bruce Springsteen and Justin Timberlake will also perform on “Celebrating America.”
At first Jennifer López was announced as a participating artist, but does not appear in the statement.
They will not sing but they will intervene the actresses Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, all-time leading scorer of the NBA and president of the Skyhook Foundation; the Spanish chef José Andrés, founder of World Central Kitchen; union leader Dolores Huerta and Km Ng, the first woman to become the general manager of the major baseball leagues.
A representation of the “heroes” who have dedicated themselves to helping others during the crisis of the pandemic will also participate.
In addition to “Celebrating America”, the Inaugural Committee organized a series of previous events, including virtual programming in Spanish with the participation of the Mexican rock band Maná and the Mexican singer of regional music Alejandro Fernández, among other artists.
Maná and Fernández participated on Monday in the event “United We Serve: A Celebration of Martin Luther King’s National Day of Service.” 

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