Jennifer Lopez has been chosen to represent Motown at the Grammys.
This Black History Month, The Grammys have chosen Jennifer Lopez to represent Motown.
CBS promoted Jennifer on a commercial on Sunday February 4th for the Grammys, and announced she’d be performing a Motown tribute.
The Grammys will be held on Sunday February 12.
The tribute is to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Motown Records, and Jennifer Lopez was chosen this Black History Month. Jennifer Lopez.
“Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration,” will take place at L.A.’s Microsoft Theater on Feb. 12 and air April 21 on CBS.
Fans are showing backlash on the internet, and reacting in disappointment that a list of other Black artists weren’t chosen to represent the most famous Record label, that was built by, for, and around black people, in Black History Month.
Actual living Motown legends reading who was chosen to honor them: pic.twitter.com/OFWdrEi6ty
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