The A Star Is Born actress reminded her fans to spread cheer, saying, “I feel like the world just got a big hug from God. Go home and hug your families and hug yourself. May we all stitch ourselves back together after all this. Be safe and be peaceful. There’s no need to gloat in anybody’s face that Joe won.”
“There’s no need to be unkind,” she added. “This is just a time for healing, this is a time for rest and a time for love. And the people have spoken.”
Lady Gaga’s call for peace comes almost two weeks after the U.S. Capitol Hill riots, in which a mob of President Donald Trump‘s supporters stormed the building and, as Vice President Mike Pence wrote, caused “violence and destruction.”
With the 2021 Inauguration taking place tomorrow, it appears more safety protocols have been implemented. Along with Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend and many other A-listers are expected to participate in the special occasion.
In fact, J.Lo shared a clip of herself at the Capitol on Instagram, writing, “What an honor to spend a few moments with these brave men and women. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. I honor you today and everyday. Tomorrow I sing for you and all Americans.”
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