Alicia Keys looked even sexier at the BET Awards on Jan. 12 than she did when she performed at the People's Choice Awards 2013 earlier in the week. Huffington Post says, "The 31-year-old singer donned a curve-hugging black dress on the red carpet and changed into a midriff-baring ensemble when she hit the stage." Now, she's on the hot list for Washingtonians who all the New York based Hollywood star to perform for them and the president.
Aside from her gorgeous singing voice and obvious talent as a live music performer, why is everyone so enamored with her at this juncture? The answer is simple -- because she is a humanitarian. And, to put it her way, "This Girl Is On Fire." She is fit, trim, and fabulously talented -- and on the hit list as a chart-topping performer every politician and other Hollywood star wants to meet.
Keys' song "Empire State Of Mind" has become a humanitarian anthem of sorts for the Hurricane Sandy disaster relief movement. She lent her vocal talent to the 12-12-12 concert, helping to support New York and New Jersey residents who were negatively impacted by the super storm.
Last week, Alicia Keys performed live at the People's Choice Awards 2013. Wearing a red jacket and high-waisted black pants the singer looked red-hot while singing and dancing. But her forte is really when she sits and plays the piano while singing. That girl was on fire performing her Grammy winning hits absolutely -- and everyone noticed that her star power these days is dramatically escalating.
Since that time, Keys name had topped the list of inauguration parties being held to honor the U. S. president's second term election to office. Regarding her soaring popularity in the music business and Washingtonian social circles, Standard Digital News writes, "R&B singer Alicia Keys, country guitar slinger Brad Paisley and pop star Katy Perry are some of the A-list performers who will entertain party-goers at President Barack Obama's inaugural celebration, organizers said on Friday."