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Ciara is stunned with a bright blue jumpsuit and more at the Macy's 4th of July fireworks show

Ciara is stunned with a bright blue jumpsuit and more at the Macy's 4th of July fireworks show

America: it's time to 'level up'! Ciara helped NBC to sound on the festivities on July 4 with incredible performances and magnificent looks for the "Fourth of July Macy's Fireworks Show".

Ciara, 33, did twice as many tasks for America's birthday, agreeing not only to organize the 4th of July of Macy's annual fireworks show but also to act! Moving away from his co-host Derek Hough, 34, Ciara organized the show quite a bit before the main event: fireworks show all over the New York sky. He opened the show with a performance by his iconic Missy Elliott, 48, collab "1, 2 Step". Ciara also performed "Thinkin Bout You" and "Level Up" from her new album, Beauty Marks.

The singer shook a series of great glances during the night. Ciara dazzled with a bright blue suit that was perfect for the fourth of July. For his performances, Ciara took the stage in a completely white suit and a hooded sweatshirt patriotic and shorts with sequins. His sweatshirt had "USA" written across it.

Ciara and Derek joined an array of A-List stars who paid tribute to the United States during the special. Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, Khalid, and Brad Paisley lent their talents to the television broadcast, celebrating their great successes in one of the best celebrations of the year. But it was not just music! Once the fireworks took off over the Brooklyn Bridge, things were taken to a whole new level. By 2019, the musical score not only included patriotic classics such as "America the Beautiful" and "Stars & Stripes Forever", but also classical American films and their scores were held.

Famous compositions by John Williams, such as the themes of Star Wars, Superman and E.T. were presented, along with "Casablanca Suite" by Max Steiner and "20th Century FOX Fanfare" by Alfred Newman. Another highlight was the prerecorded version of the classic The Wizard of Oz "Over the Rainbow", played by Jennifer Hudson for the 80th movie. anniversary.