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Jennifer is originally from Morrilton, Arkansas. Graduated from there in 1992 and then from UCA in Conway in 1997. She is married to Micah Hines. They have two sweet little girls, Madison (7) and Willow (1 year in Sept), and two pets-Phineas(Guinea PIg) and Ferb (Chinese Sharpei).
12/12/12: A Concert for Sandy Relief spanned six hours at New York's Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. Kanye West played the most songs, while Alicia Keys was given the honor of being the last artist to sing.
Chris Rock joked during his time on stage that "We've raised so much money tonight, it's been fixed. Jay-Z fixed all of Staten Island." Rock then said, "Here's the very humble Kanye West." West ran through 11 songs in under 20 minutes, doing shortened versions such jams as "Stronger," "Touch the Sky," "Jesus Walks" and "Power," to an audience that was less than enthusiastic. Ye mentioned that he had "friends that was displaced, and I let them stay at my place." He added "This is an emotional night for me." He didn't seem to happy at the end of set, walking off after doing a mic drop.
Diddy was on stage to talk about the workers that helped evacuate two New York hospitals after the storm, and then introduced "a close friend of mine" Alicia Keys. She played solo piano to do "Brand New Me" and changed the last line to "its a brand new time for the city." The native New Yorker then told the crowd "I love my city, tonight we celebrate love and celebrate life. So I need you to help make Madison Square Garden light up." She then requested people take out the cell phones and wave them by singing "put your cell phones in the air, help me celebrate love, help me celebrate life." She then did "No One," working in those lyrics repeatedly. Keys came back on at the very end of the to do the finale of "Empire of State of Mind."
Also performing were Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, Coldplay's Chris Martin (with special guest, R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe), The Who, Eric Clapton, Roger Waters and the show closer Paul McCartney.
An all-star roster of celebrities manned the telethon phone bank backstage at the Garden, with Billy Crystal, Jon Stewart, Brian Williams, Kristen Stewart, Susan Saradon, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Olivia Wilde, Steve Buscemi, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx introducing artists as well as clips about the devastation caused by Sandy.