Donald Trump’s Inauguration is going to be as dry as the Sahara dessert, no one wanted to come and if they were booked they ended up cancelling at the last minute…
Singer Chrisette Michele will join the party ushering in Trump’s presidency, according to sources close to the festivities.
According to the NY Daily News:
We’re told that the deal was reached a week ago, but has been kept “a big secret” because Michelle’s camp feared the seven days of criticism that would surely lead up the the divisive President-elect’s big day. They became especially concerned when Jennifer Holliday, who’d committed to performing for PEOTUS last week, withdrew amidst heavy pressure on Monday, citing “a lapse of judgment.”
She will join veteran country warblers Toby Keith, 55, and Lee Greenwood, 74, 81-year-old Motown singer Sam Moore (of “Sam and Dave” fame) and 90s pop-rockers 3 Doors Down in the nation’s capital on Thursday. Bruce Springsteen cover band “The B Street Band” was slated to rock out at an Inaugural party for Trump in New Jersey, but withdrew last week amid criticism from members of The Boss’ actual band.
Reps for Michele could not immediately be reached for comment.