Beyonce, JLo Highlight Women's Rights Concert

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LONDON -- Some of the biggest names in music and movies -- including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna and Salma Hayek -- came together at London's Twickenham Stadium Saturday to participate in a benefit concert promoting girls' and women's rights.

Beyonce, who headlined the event, hit the stage in a form-fitting leather body suit and wowed the crowd with covers of Sam Cooke's A Change Is Gonna Come and the Etta James classic At Last.

"I'm Beyonce Knowles-Carter and I chime for change," she said as she took the stage.

Her set kicked into high gear with Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It), Run The World (Girls), Halo, the Destiny's Child classic Survivor, and her new song, Grown Woman. Her husband, Jay-Z, also joined her onstage for their chart-topping 2003 hit, Crazy in Love.

Jennifer Lopez energized the crowd of approximately 50,000 with her new song Live It Up, and she later joined Mary J. Blige on The Beatles' Come Together.

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