Jennifer Lopez and Lizzo lead stars at Global Citizen Live in NYC
Jennifer Lopez exudes glamour in glitzy jacket while Lizzo brings the fun in pink latex as they lead A-list arrivals at Global Citizen Live in New York City
- The 24-hour Global Citizen Live broadcast event took place at various locations around the globe including New York City, Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, London , Seoul, LA and Sydney starting on September 25
- Big celebrity names came together to perform and throw their support behind the global outreach music festival, which aims to unify the globe to defend the planet and defeat poverty
- In making sure the massive all-ages event was following COVID-19 protocol, all attendees at the NYC festival were required to show proof of full vaccination and wear face masks
- Globally exceptions were made for guests who were not able to be vaccinated due to age restrictions, based on medical advice, or inability to access vaccinations
- That group however was required to provide a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of the start of the show or a negative rapid test of any kind
Jennifer Lopez and Lizzo were just some of the headliners, attendees, and speakers rolling up to the star-studded Global Citizen Live Festival in New York City.
On Saturday, the musical powerhouses were seen arriving to Central Park Lawn ahead of their performances, where they showcased their personal style.
The 24-hour Global Citizen Live broadcast event took place at various locations around the globe including Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, London, Seoul, LA and Sydney.
Arrivals: Headliners at the Global Citizen Live in NYC included Jennifer Lopez and Lizzo who were pictured arriving to Central Park Lawn ahead of their performances
Big celebrity names came together to both perform and throw their support behind the festival, which aims to unify the globe to defend the planet and defeat poverty.
The 52-year-old Hustlers star turned heads as she arrived wearing a very glitzy ornate jacket and a pair of patchwork jeans ahead of her performance.
As she expertly balanced on silver stilettos, her starpower caught the attention of many including a string of NYPD officers at the event.
And Lizzo was seen decked out in her stage ensemble which included a pink latex lace front jumpsuit with white Doc Martens.
Head turning: Lopez was seen arriving wearing a glitzy embroidered jacket with a pair of patchwork jeans
Ready to go: Lizzo was seen walking around in her pink latex performance look before she performed
Her hair was slicked back in a full high ponytail and she donned a matching pink lip, later taking the stage with some dancers while performing hits including Truth Hurts and Juice.
In between songs she spoke about the importance of giving back and also touched on subjects including poverty and institutionalized racism.
At one point she addressed the large crowd and told them to turn to each other and say ‘I love you, you’re beautiful.’
Other performers at the global outreach event included Coldplay, Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello and Meek Mill — who was also pictured arriving ahead of his set.
Meek Mill: The rapper was seen arriving at the event ahead of his performance
Showing support: Andy Cohen was seen showing support at the global outreach event
Ice-T: The Law & Order actor was also present at the event
For a good cause: The Victoria’s Secret vet was also there to see music for a good cause
Also present at the NYC location of the concurrent broadcast event were A-list attendees including Andy Cohen, Connie Britton, Padma Lakshmi, Rachel Brosnahan, Shanina Shaik, and Ice-T.
Some stars including Katie Holmes, Hugh Jackman’s wife Deborra-Lee Furness and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took the stage to speak about world issues and provide tangible solutions, while addressing a crowd in the tens of thousands.
Though some tickets for the event were available for as little as $18, the worldwide event will be streamed for the next 24 hours.
And in making sure the massive all-ages festival was following COVID-19 protocol, all attendees at the NYC festival were required to show proof of full vaccination and sport face coverings.
Globally, exceptions were made for guests who were not able to be vaccinated due to age restrictions, based on medical advice, or inability to access vaccinations, however that group was required negative PCR test from within 72 hours of the start of the show or a negative rapid test of any kind.
Bright light: Connie Britton was pictured in a colorful dress at the festival
Guests: Actresses, musicians and TV personalities all came out to show their support at the global outreach event
Speaker: Deborra-Lee Furness was pictured at the event before taking the stage
Demi Lovato was notably spotted performing at the musical event, and she notably shared the stage with Adam Lambert at one point.
The hitmaker sported an all-black outfit that included a sharp blazer that featured multiple pockets at its bottom portion.
The Disney Channel alum also wore a set of reflective cargo pants that shone slightly in the spotlight.
They also wore numerous articles of sparkling jewelry that added a bit of sparkle to their monotone outfit.
Doing their thing: Demi Lovato and Adam Lambert were seen performing during the star-studded event
Keeping it consistent: The performer sported an all-black outfit that was accentuated by numerous articles of shining jewelry
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