Archive for 'inauguration'

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez are set to perform at the inauguration on January 20th! Future President Joe Biden called on these iconic women to lend their talents on one of the most anticipated nights for our country.

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We can only wonder why Donald Trump is not bitching and moaning and blaming the media or whoever for his inaugural TV ratings that were LESS than those for Presidents Reagan and Obama’s first inaugurations.

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The task of dressing the First Lady for the presidential inauguration has long been considered an honor for fashion designers. When Michelle Obama wore a white Jason Wu gown for the Inaugural Ball in 2009, the look instantly became iconic, catapulting the young designer into the fashion stratosphere. This year, with Melania Trump taking on the role, the same designers aren’t jumping at the opportunity to dress her. In fact, at least eight, including Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, and Philip Lim have come out to say that if given the opportunity, they will not dress Melania on January 20th.
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Kanye West has declared his unequivocal support for Donald Trump by noting onstage that he would’ve voted for him, meeting with the President-Elect at Trump Tower, and tweeting out a signed copy of Trump’s Time cover. So why, as Trump’s camp repeatedly struggles to book any big name talent or A-Listers for the Inauguration festivities, haven’t they considered the most famous rapper alive as a performer?

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Following reports of her performance at Donald Trump’s inauguration, R&B singer Chrisette Michele has issued an open letter on her blog titled “We Can’t Be Present If We’re Silent.” While Michele doesn’t directly confirm her performance, she writes that she is “willing to be a bridge” for the country.
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The number of lawmakers planning to skip the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump grew Saturday after he criticized civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis.

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