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Jason Derulo “GMA” Summer Concert Series Video 2017: Watch “Good Morning America” Performance!

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Jason Derulo GMA Summer Concert Series Video

By Holly Nicol |

Jason Derulo GMA Summer Concert Series Video

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Jason Derulo rounded off the 2017 “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series on Friday, where he debuted his new single, “If I’m Lucky,” live from Central Park. Watch the “GMA” videos below!

As Gossip Cop reported, Paramore rocked out in New York City for last week’s penultimate summer concert, performing “Hard Times,” “Fake Happy” and “Rose Colored Boy.” But after three months of “GMA” concerts, it was the turn of R&B superstar Derulo to close out the annual Summer Concert Series with one final performance.

The singer’s latest single, “If I’m Lucky,” dropped on Friday, and hundreds of his fans gathered in Central Park to hear Derulo perform the track live for the very first time. The new record is the follow-up to his most recent super-hit, “Swalla,” which was released in February.

Over the course of the summer, a number of acts have taken to the Rumsey Playfield “SummerStage” in Central Park, with Green Day kicking off this year’s Summer Concert Series in May. Since then, the morning show’s weekly concerts have featured the likes of Ed Sheeran, Fifth Harmony, The Chainsmokers, Demi Lovato, Liam Payne, Bleachers and Lady Antebellum. Most notably, One Republic’s “GMA” Summer Concert in August featured a special tribute to the late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington and Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell.

Of course, this isn’t the superstar’s first visit to the “Good Morning America” summer stage. As Gossip Cop reported at the time, Derulo took part in the 2016 “GMA” Summer Concert Series, and similarly to this year, he closed out the annual event as the final act. Derulo also participated in the Summer Concert Series in 2015, as well as the 2014 festivities which kicked off the July 4th weekend. Watch the final “GMA” Summer Concert Series videos below, including a performance of “Want To Want Me” and “Swalla.”

 


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