Macy’s 4th Of July Spectacular: JenniferLopez, Dazzling Fireworks & More

Actually, we are asked afterwards, on July 4 that two shows of Jennifer Lopez and the biggest fireworks in the country?

It all happened at Macy’s annual Fourth of July NBC fireworks show and the show was absolutely breathtaking.

Before the massive fireworks show, JLo, 47, took the stage for two shows, opening the broadcast with his classic “Jenny de la cuadra” and closing with his new Spanish love jam “Ni Tu Ni I, “which translates into” you and I

She looked so fierce in a black dress with long sleeves with openings between the two sides all the way up to her hips! Sex-ay!

She is so hot, it is a good thing that the fireworks barges were parked on the East River, otherwise the heat would have triggered the cans!

Brad Paisley The 44-year-old country star and country music trio Lady Antebellum were on hand to provide a good time for their release.

Sheryl Crow, 55, brought her timeless rock into the event, while young stars like Charlie Puth, 25 and Hailee Steinfeld, 20, were there to perform their latest hits.

All performances were pre-recorded in advance so that the artists can spend the holidays with their friends and love them while giving us all July 4th.

After the stars made their business, the real show took place on July 4 with the largest firework show countries.

Five barges were stationed on the Hudson River and burned 60,000 boxes of all kinds of incredible pyrotechnics known to man.

, All colors, shapes, sizes was a great thrill for fireworks lovers, they must be all because they are so friendly and nice, and a great way to celebrate Latina’s birthday.

West Point Band and the chorus and moving musical tribute, “Anthem” with singers Heather Headley, Craig Campbell, Jamie Barton and USO Troupe from the New York metropolitan area sang as the screen started us feeling extra patriotic.

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