Jennifer Lopez and the 'Poker face' singer declined the invitation to perform for Donald Trump during his administration! Now, they will both perform at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' inauguration day ceremonies. Want to know everything about the show? Scroll down and don't miss a single detail!
After many years, Hollywood celebrities are finally back in Washington! Donald Trump had so many differences with stars that during his administration there was no show whatsoever. Actually, now, the former US President is upset because both Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez denied performing for him.
Now, on January 20th, the 46th United States President Joe Biden and his VP, Kamala Harris, will swear at the inauguration ceremony. The end of Donald Trump's era is marked with famous stars performing in a show worthy of a President. Lady Gaga and JLo denied a show to the now former President.
Both the songwriter and the Hustler's actress have publicly endorsed the democrat representative during the 2020 electoral campaign. They have actually already performed for him and carried out long arranged talks expressing their feelings about the new administration.
The blonde and the brunette have already arrived at Washington to start arranging the show and to prepare for the final rehearsals. Yes, we all know they are A-level stars who would perform perfectly well without any problem without any prior arrangements. The thing is that they are both super excited about the show of the year!
What an honor to spend a few moments with these brave men and women. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. I honor you today and everyday. Tomorrow I sing for you and all Americans
Bonus info! JLo said she is more anxious and nervous about this show than performing at the Super Bowl. In case you want to watch the whole show tonight here is everything you need to know about it. Tom Hanks will host the TV special 'Celebrating America'. Foo Fighters, John Legend, and Bruce Springsteen will perform virtually. Justin Timberlake will be present as Demi Lovato. Jon Bon Jovi and John Legend have also confirmed their attendance.
Our source also revealed to us that Father Leo J. O'Donovan, who is a former Georgetown University president, will deliver the invocation. Reverend Dr. Silvester Beaman, Pastor of Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Biden's hometown of Delaware, will give the benediction. The whole ceremony and performances will be aired on ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, and MSNBC and will be streamed on the Presidential Inaugural Committee's (PIC) social media channels. It will, of course, be streamed through Amazon Prime Video, Microsoft Bing, NewsNow from Fox, AT&T DirecTV, and U-verse.