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Demi Lovato & Healthcare Workers Sing ‘Lovely Day’ at ‘Celebrating America’

Demi Lovato joined forces with healthcare workers across the country for the Wednesday (Jan. 20) evening Celebrating America broadcast, which followed President Joe Biden’s inauguration.

Lovato — rocking a short cropped pink hairdo and baggy business suit — sang Bill Withers’ iconic “Lovely Day,” demonstrating her effortless ability to hit show-stopping high notes and then drop immediately back into the groove of the song without missing a beat. Lovato’s performance was intercut with footage of healthcare workers singing along or performing on instruments, as well as the Biden family watching from the White House and bopping along.

Following Lovato’s gorgeous Withers cover, Katy Perry wrapped the evening with a fitting “Firework” in front of the Washington Monument.

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