Trump on Inauguration Day: No Need For A Listers

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President-elect Donald Trump could care less about the supposed entertainment industries “A- Listers” not signing on to perform on Inauguration day, and he tweeted his feelings about it on Thursday.

The Trump inauguration has had its share of rejections and celebrity boycotts of his January 20th, 2017 Inauguration day event.

Not having celebrity A listers on board doesn’t seem to affect Trump in the least. screen-shot-2016-12-23-at-8-16-05-am

In response to all the rejections and “boycotts”, Trump tweeted this out on Thursday, “The so-called “A” list celebrities are all wanting tixs to the inauguration,” Trump tweeted. “but look what they did for Hillary, NOTHING. I want the PEOPLE!”

Last month, a publicist for Elton John, who was initially rumored to perform at the inauguration after a Trump transition team said he would be, said that the singer “will NOT be performing.”

Kanye West, a friend of Donald Trump who had met with the president-elect earlier this month, will also not be performing.

Teenage singer, 16 year old Jackie Evancho, an America’s Got Talent runner up with an amazing voice, will sing the national anthem at the ceremony.

Trump also has the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performing, with five previous presidential inaugurations under their belt.
The Radio City Rockettes will also perform for their second time, having performed once before at George W. Bush’s 2001 inauguration.

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