Performances: 2020 Global Citizen Prize Awards [Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Tori Kelly & JoJo, etc.]

Published: Sunday 20th Dec 2020 by Rashad

December 19 brought with it the 2020 Global Citizen Prize Awards, a ceremony designed to honor “those making extraordinary efforts to lift up the world’s most vulnerable, inspire others to stand up and take action, help end extreme poverty and make the world a better place.”

Hosted by John Legend, the star-studded event featured performances from Alessia Cara, Carrie Underwood, Common, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and the premiere televised performance of JoJo and Tori Kelly‘s stunning remake of Aretha Franklin classic, ‘(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.’

Look inside to see the action:

[photo credit:  Getty/Ap Images]

Your thoughts?

Posted under:

Comments 7

Please Post Your Comments & Reviews

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. Cün+m!ll@ is OVER December 21, 2020

    Where’s that racist horse-faced starlet with a gay boyfriend? I thought she’s a main pop girl. I bet her only fan in this site is wondering why she wasn’t invited. 🤣🤣

    • Fancy BISH December 21, 2020

      Lmaoooooooooo 😂 These comments are pure karma for Clarkmila Danzou 💯

  2. Uglymilla flop Christmas song December 21, 2020

    Good no ugly flopmilla or her helium vocals..I might just tune in

  3. Keyword December 21, 2020

    I see chlamydia cabelly and her lopsided horse face is M.I.A As it should be

  4. Charli+Cheer+Up December 21, 2020

    So good to see Tori Kelly and JoJo finally collabed on something. Two talented ladies who just recently released original Xmas albums wow

  5. Jah December 21, 2020

    No black women to tribute Aretha? Our black women never book these types of gigs and sell more then Tori and Jojo. Its a bit sad how erased black women are in their own culture. I’m sorry but they could’ve booker Chloe and Halle, Ari, Teyana, Ciara… the erasure hurts… i come in peace 🙁

    • just+saying December 21, 2020

      This wasn’t an Aretha Tribute. Tori and Jojo chose to sing this song as they just released a cover of it. Also, there have been plenty of black women to tribute Aretha— Jazmine Sullivan, Ledisi, Jennifer Hudson and Cynthia Arivo just to name a few.

Recommended Posts