Shakira Stuns in Chic Jumpsuit while Receiving WEF Crystal Award for Humanitarian Work

Shakira, an accomplished singer and mother of two, was recognized for her exceptional qualities that extend far beyond her beauty and musical talent. She received a prestigious Crystal Award at the annual World Economic Forum in Switzerland. The 39-year-old star, famous for songs like Hips Don’t Lie, was commended for her charitable work benefiting children in Colombia, where she hails from.

Doing her bit: Shakira proved she has more than beauty and talent, as she received a Crystal Award the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Switzerland on Monday

Recognized for more than just her looks and skills, Shakira received a Crystal Award at the World Economic Forum’s yearly event in Switzerland. The singer wowed in a daring black jumpsuit that accentuated her fit physique and brought a touch of red carpet elegance. Sporting a corset-like top that showed off her slim waist and bust, and quirky straps for a unique flair, Shakira radiated self-assurance. Her trademark golden hair was styled in loose waves, highlighting her natural beauty with only a hint of blush and lip gloss.

Back to her roots: The glamorous Hips Don't Lie singer, 39, was recognised for her children's charity work in her home country of Colombia

The talented singer, famous for her chart-topping track “Hips Don’t Lie,” was recently recognized in her native Colombia for her philanthropic efforts towards children. Grinning with gratitude, Shakira received the award and emphasized the significance of supporting young ones. As a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador focusing on early childhood development, she stressed the importance of investing in the future generation. She expressed, “The babies of today are the future leaders and innovators. Their potential will shape our world and find solutions to upcoming challenges.” Encouraging the audience, she urged them to utilize their expertise and resources to make a positive difference in society and address pressing social issues.

Bringing the glitz: Adding a touch of red carpet glamour, the songstress rocked a plunging black jumpsuit which made the most of her toned curves

Adding a touch of Hollywood glamour, the vocalist shone in a fashionable black jumpsuit that featured a bold neckline, highlighting her wonderfully toned physique.

Well turned out: The corset-style top showcased her slender midriff, and featured quirky straps

Rocking a stunning outfit, she showed off her well-defined abs in a stylish top with interesting straps that gave it a fashionable edge. Shakira commits herself to assisting underprivileged children in Colombia through initiatives that include providing nourishment, education, and emotional support. At 55 years old, Forest Whitaker was honored for his contributions to fostering peace and mediating conflicts in emerging nations. In his heartfelt speech, the actor from Panic Room spoke enthusiastically about the impact of his Foundation’s humanitarian work in bringing about positive changes.

Understated: Wearing her trademark golden locks in loose tousled waves, she showed off her natural beauty with just a hint of blusher and lipgloss

In a relaxed manner, she effortlessly showcased her beauty by complementing her signature golden hair with loose, effortless waves. To enhance her natural beauty, she added a hint of blush and lip gloss to complete her look.

Team effort: Actor Forest Whittaker, 55, also received an award for his work on conflict resolution in the developing world

Together, Forest Whitaker, 55, and acclaimed actor Forest Whitaker were honored for their work in promoting peace and resolving conflicts in developing nations. Forest Whitaker proudly shared how former child soldiers in Uganda have now transitioned to become entrepreneurs, starting businesses like electronics shops and salons. Another honoree at the prestigious event was violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, recognized by the Swiss-based organization World Economic Forum for her dedication to mentoring young musicians. This annual gathering brings together influential figures from the world of business, politics, and academia to engage in discussions on pressing global issues. The central theme for the 2017 event, taking place from January 17 to 20, is ‘Responsive and Responsible Leadership’.

Multi-talented: The Panic Room star gave a passionate speech about how his Foundation are working on the front line to achieve humanitarian breakthroughs.

Extremely talented: The star of The Panic Room gave a moving speech about the impact of his Foundation’s work in advancing humanitarian efforts in local communities.

Standing out: Shakira works with underprivileged children in her home country of Columbia to support efforts to feed, educate and care for them

Shakira is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of disadvantaged children in Colombia, offering them nourishment, schooling, and support. She is also a proud mom to two wonderful sons, Milan and Sasha, whom she shares with her partner, professional soccer player Gerard Piqué. The couple first crossed paths during the filming of her music video for Waka Waka. Gerard now shines as a center-back for both FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team.

'In Uganda, former child soldiers are now setting up electronics shops and salons', he revealed proudly', Forest revealed proudly

Forest happily mentioned that in Uganda, ex-child soldiers are now setting up their own electronic stores and beauty salons.

'We need to apply the brains and strategies of business and the assets and human resources and talents of your companies to do social good and to solve social problems', Shakira said in an impassioned speech

Shakira emphasized the importance of harnessing the intelligence and strategies of businesses, combined with the resources and expertise of our own companies, in order to create a meaningful and beneficial influence on society, and effectively tackle social challenges.

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