iHeartRadio Music Awards Host LL Cool J Sends ‘Love and Support’ to Ukraine During Show: ‘We Stand With Them’

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iHeartRadio Music Awards host LL Cool J took the time to send some love to Ukraine midway through the show on Tuesday night.

“Before I continue, I want to send love and support to the people of Ukraine,” LL Cool J said after the announcement of the first two sets of awards.

“Our prayers go out to the innocent people who lost their lives as a result of this terrible war and to the citizens of Ukraine. They are all going through this crisis every day and I think it is very important that we send our prayers and our love to them and let them know that we are on their side.

“We join the people of Ukraine and wish you a quick and just resolution.”

“Slava Ukraini”, he added, which translates to “Glory to Ukraine”.

LL Cool J sent love and support to the Ukrainian people at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Tuesday. The awards show airs on FOX.
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LL Cool J opened the iHeartRadio Music Awards, airing on FOX, with a medley of songs. The rapper wore a red tracksuit with a matching red beanie. He accessorized with sunglasses and white sneakers.

The rapper was joined by backup dancers at some point during the performance. LL Cool J noted how “feel good” it was to be back performing live in front of an audience.

LL Cool J performs at the iHeartRadio Music Awards broadcast on FOX.
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LL Cool J performs at the iHeartRadio Music Awards broadcast on FOX.
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This isn’t the first music awards show to acknowledge the Russian-Ukrainian war.

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Dolly Parton recently dedicated the entire 57th Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM) to Ukraine.

“I love to laugh, I love to joke, and we’re going to have a great time tonight, but I want us to take a serious moment before we start with all of our fun,” Parton said, addressing the audience. at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Now I don’t want to be political and I’m not. I’d rather have a kidney stone than do this, but I want us to send our love and hope to our brothers and sisters in Ukraine. “

Dolly Parton dedicated the entire American Country Music Awards show to Ukraine.

Dolly Parton dedicated the entire American Country Music Awards show to Ukraine.
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“So why not dedicate this whole show to them and pray for peace in this crazy old world?” she added.

Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24.

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