The singer, 51, performed Woody Guthrie's This Land Is Your Land [Photo: REUTERS]

Jennifer Lopez gave a passionate performance as she sang at Joe Biden's inauguration. The singer, 51, performed a medley of songs after launching into Woody Guthrie's This Land Is Your Land shortly after Lady Gaga sang the national anthem.

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And in true JLo style, the singer put her own twist on the song as she added: "One nation, with liberty and justice for all" in her native Spanish. After Guthrie's classic, she sang America the Beautiful, including a snippet of lyrics from her 1999 hit, Let’s Get Loud, and her passionate Spanish message.

Wearing an all-white ensemble, Jennifer sang her heart out in front of President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and millions watching on TV. JLo's decision to sing a line in Spanish has touched millions around the world as they rushed to social media to share their emotion after hearing the performance.

"The performance by Jennifer Lopez brought me to tears! I am so happy that @JoeBiden is officially our President. My heart is so happy right now," one fan wrote. Another added: "A beautiful way to pay homage by singing in Spanish. Love it." While a third added: "JLo's performance was amazing at the inauguration. I like the way she spoke in Spanish too."

Jennifer wore a delicate white coat with a high-necked blouse under it. She teamed her look up with a pair of white trousers. A strand of pearls was spotted around her wrist which could be a nod to the legacy of the suffragettes and Kamala Harris' historic moment becoming not only the first woman of colour as VP, but the first female VP.

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Amid heightened security following the Capitol Hill riots, the 46th President of the United States was sworn in at a ceremony vastly different to the leaders that came before him. This year, there are no crowds of people cheering for the new president and his vice president Kamala Harris from beneath the Capitol terrace. Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump is nowhere to be seen - having fled the city earlier for Florida. Despite being quite a muted affair, there will still be some music and entertainment on the day.