In what was one of the most profound moments in the history of democracy, the United States of America now has Joe R. Biden as the new President and Kamala Harris as the first woman Vice President. This historic moment was celebrated with great pomp and show with power-packed performances at the Inauguration Ceremony. Lady Gaga, as she would, delivered a goosebumps-worthy performance of the national anthem. Lady Gaga sang the national anthem in the most Gaga way possible. Dressed in a Schiaparelli custom gown with a large sculpted red skirt and a standout golden dove detail on the chest, she once again had everyone's attention in yet another gorgeous style statement. Not to miss her braided crown that looked chic and complemented her outfit well.
Followed by Lady Gaga's fabulous performance came Jennifer Lopez's rendition of 'America The Beautiful', 'This Land Is Your Land' and transitioning into her famous hit 'Let's Get Loud'. In her attempt to unify through music, she hoped to inspire people for a better future through her rendition. The showstopper that she is, her outfit was certainly on point as well. In an all-white Chanel outfit, she delivered her performance with ease and set style goals in a sheer ruffle top, shimmery wide-legged trousers and a matching overcoat. This was also her debut to showcase her new beauty line on her and we loved her makeup and hairdo, as well as sparkly accessories that further elevated her look.
Country singer Garth Brooks sang an amazing rendition of the famous hymn, Amazing Grace. In true cowboy fashion, he showed up at the podium in jeans, a chunky belt and of course, a cowboy hat. Many performers were part of "Celebrating America", a 90-minute multi-network broadcast hosted by actor Tom Hanks, which witnessed performances by Demi Lovato, Bruce Springsteen, John Legend and Katy Perry among others.
The Biden-Harris Inauguration was nothing short of spectacular event. Among others making powerful fashion statements were First Lady Jill Biden, former First Ladies Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush and last but certainly not the least, Madam Vice President, Kamala Harris.