The Broadway-led benefit's full message of inspiration reads:
"By bringing together this spectacular group of artists to celebrate the diversity and hope that makes America its best, we hope this concert will lift spirits and remind people across the country that we are stronger united and our voices will be heard over the next four years."
Sounds amazing! We especially like how the bash will be streamed LIVE on Facebook for those who can't be there in person!
Well, on Sunday night, the comedienne decided to go after the p*ssy grabbing troll AGAIN to try and "stop him" before he's officially sworn in. We're not sure what the former talk show host is hoping will happen, but regardless, she's doing her damnedest by sharing several articles slamming the future POTUS — while also calling him "mentally unstable" and a "criminal"!
Well, the show has come and gone, and the pop princess is incredibly emotional now that the experience is over.
On Thursday, the pint-sized starlet took to IG to express just how much she'll miss working alongside the super talented cast and crew.
In one snap, she showed herself all dolled up and in character, watching the TV magic unfold on a monitor. In the caption, the singer couldn't stop praising her time with the production, writing:
"I don't know where to start. crying so much today. my heart is with hairspray. my heart is in Baltimore with penny lou pingleton and seaweed and tracy and Mr. & Mrs. Turnblad the motormouth kids and the nicest kids. such a bittersweet feeling."
She continued to gush about the awesome opportunity, adding:
On Monday, Donald Trump's wife is threatening a lawsuit against a YouTube video which claims 10-year-old son Barron is autistic. The clip highlights a couple of Barron's gestures, including the way he claps (he does so without slapping his hands) and his constant yawning and grimacing.
According to legal docs, the family says the young man does NOT have the developmental disorder, and refutes several of the video's points.
Trump's attorney Charles J. Harder says Barron "claps normally" for the "vast majority of the time" and only yawned at the RNC and during election night because both events were late at night. The lawyer says these behaviors are typical of a normal 10-year-old boy.
In addition to a possible lawsuit, the soon-to-be First Lady wants an apology and for the video to be taken down.
The legal letter also points the finger at Rosie O'Donnell for tweeting out the video last week. The comedian wrote on Twitter: