By Brian Ives
President Bill Clinton is a tough act to follow, but tonight, Alicia Keys proved up to the task. After President Clinton’s speech at night two of the Democratic National Convention, Keys took the stage behind the piano to perform “Superwoman.” After she finished, she asked, “Where’s my Bernie people?” And then, “Where’s my Hillary people?”
“It’s time to be unified!” she then said. She then launched into “In Common,” before she and her band played an instrumental piece that scored a montage of photos of past presidents, including President Clinton, President George W. Bush and President Obama. Then a shattering sound was heard as the montage appeared to shatter, revealing a live feed of Hillary Clinton, who would then address the audience, a reference to the idea that Hillary Clinton’s official nomination shattered one of the biggest glass ceilings in America.