Trump Is Seeking Out Big-Time Pop Stars For The Inauguration Party
Donald Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway joined “Fox & Friends” Friday morning where she gave viewers an idea of the musical artists they might expect to see at the presidential inauguration.
Towards the end of her interview with the Fox hosts, Conway jokingly tried to hush rumors about the president-elect’s musical guests. When one of the hosts asked about rumblings they may be getting pop stars Bruno Mars or Justin Timberlake to perform it took Conway by surprise.
“Shhh,” she reacted hushing the host. “Yes, you’ll be the third to know.”
A Hollywood Insider who told The Wrap he declined to take part in the inauguration said the Inaugural Committee “was in talks with Kid Rock, Ted Nugent, and Garth Brooks.” But he also hinted that they’re also trying to get an artist that wasn’t necessarily in support of the president-elect.
Trump’s inauguration team is hoping to land “artists like Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars,” according to the Hollywood source. “They’re calling managers, agents, everyone in town to see who they can get.” (RELATED: Kellyanne Conway Reveals What Music Trump Listens To)
Conway recently revealed what kind of music Trump listened to while on the campaign trail, but it sounds like he’s going for some younger artists for his inauguration.