Who sang at the Winter Olympics 2018?

Who performed at the South Korea Olympics?

In the lead-up to the Games, several popular artists served as torchbearers, including Suzy (formerly miss A), VIXX’s N and Leo, Super Junior’s Donghae and Yesung, Sandara Park (formerly 2NE1), Girl’s Day, AOA, Soyou, Lee Seung Chul, Winner, Cjamm, Jung Jinwoo, Cosmic Girls, Mamamoo, Dia’s Jung Chayeon, Monsta X, Jeon …

Who were the four singers at the Olympics?

The artists singing hailed from different continents, with Legend representing the Americas, Urban representing Australia, Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz representing Europe, Angelique Kidjo representing Africa and the Junior Chorus representing Asia.

Who just sang at the Olympics?

Musicians from around the world came together to perform John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Imagine” for the opening ceremony at the Tokyo Olympics on Friday (July 23), and among them were John Legend and Keith Urban.

Did BTS perform Olympics?

Popular boyband BTS made it to the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 as one of three national icons of South Korea who represented the country this year.

Who were the singers in the opening ceremony?

Opening ceremonies at the Tokyo Olympics featured a surprise appearance Friday from one of country music’s most recognized performers — Keith Urban. Urban joined globally recognized artists John Legend, Angélique Kidjo and Alejandro Sanz in a rendition of “Imagine,” the John Lennon classic released five decades ago.

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How many times has Imagine been sung at the Olympics?

The Olympics official Twitter account shared a video showing the different iterations of the song’s use: London 2012, PyeongChang 2018, Torino 2006 and even Atlanta in 1996. This is not the first time we’ve seen ‘Imagine’ featured at an #OpeningCeremony of an Olympic Games.