Becky G performs ‘America The Beautiful’ to kick off WrestleMania 39 at SoFi Stadium. You can watch the amazing performance here:

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Much ahead of next month’s Hollywood-themed show, WWE had announced the musical guest for WrestleMania 39. It was confirmed way back that Becky G will be performing America the Beautiful to kick off the event. Following her performance, Twitter is already flooded with compliments about the gifted singer.

One Twitter user said, “I’m genuinely happy for this woman to be able to do this… I love me some Becky g” while another tweeted, “Nice job by Becky G performing America the Beautiful.”

One user posted, “becky g singing america the beautiful at wrestlemania is taking me out for some reason help”

Others also commented on how beautiful she looked on her performance, posting tweets like “Becky G looking like a whole snack gyatttt dayummm” or “Becky G idk why you look so FUCKING FINE but holy”

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Who is Becky G?

For those who are not aware, Becky G is an American singer, rapper, and actress. Her real name is Rebecca Marie Gomez, and she was born on March 2, 1997, in Inglewood, California. She got her start by uploading Youtube clips of herself singing cover songs, which eventually led to her being found by music business professionals.

Becky G has worked with musicians like Pitbull,, and Bad Bunny, and has created a number of popular songs, such as “Shower,” “Can’t Stop Dancin’,” and “Mayores.” She has also been in films and television productions like “Power Rangers” and “Glee.”

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Above all, Becky G is renowned for her pop music with Latin influences and her uplifting lyrics that promote positivism and self-assurance. She also supports a number of social concerns, such as women’s rights, education, and the Latinx community.