There's been so much embarrassing news about Donald Trump over the past two days thanks to the crazy #GoldenShowerGate reports, we almost forgot about his ridiculously unimpressive inauguration lineup.
He promised A-list talent, but he's been turned down and SLAMMED by everyone from Charlotte Church to Moby.
But now the President-elect has finally scored another performer!
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Trump's sad Inauguration Ball has just become a New Jersey prom as they've gotten a Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band cover band called the B-Street Band to agree to play at his ball.
Obviously, The Boss didn't want to attend the event as he's been VERY vocal about his disdain for Donald, even calling the businessman a "toxic narcissist" before the election.
The administration is apparently pretty happy about landing the cover band as the invite reads:
"Be prepared for a spectacular evening as we capture the fun and romance of the Jersey Shore with dancing in the Presidential Ballroom to the B-Street Band, the #1 Springsteen tribute band, serve hot and hearty nostalgic delights at our ‘Boardwalk Cafe Buffet,' offer you an open bar and entertain you with Jersey Shore boardwalk amusement games in the ‘Fun Zone' to the tune of Jersey's music legends from Frank Sinatra to the Four Seasons to Lauryn Hill."
But the Springsteen band isn't the only hopeful news for Trump as Marie Osmond recently suggested during an interview that she would perform at the event! While chatting with Yahoo Finance, the singer said:
"I think when it comes to our country we need to unite. I think we should all support our president whether we're happy or sad. This is America. We should come together, and I think an inauguration should be a time to unite, it really should."
She's a little bit rock and roll, a little bit unconcerned-with-the-future-of-the-country.
We'll certainly have to wait and see who else signs up to perform, but for now Donald's big acts are the B-Street Band and America's Got Talent runner-up Jackie Evancho.
What are your thoughts on Marie's comments and the B-Street joining the inauguration?
[Image via CBS/Macguyver/WENN.]
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