Frank Sinatra’s Daughter Says He Would ‘Never’ Have Performed At Trump’s Inauguration
Nancy Sinatra said her father Frank Sinatra would “never” have performed for President-elect Donald Trump.
One of her fans asked her on Twitter what her father would have said if Trump had asked him to perform at Trump’s inauguration ceremony. (RELATED: Big & Rich To Perform At Inaugural Gala)
“He would never support a bigot,” Sinatra tweeted. (RELATED: Trump: Celebrities Did Nothing For Hillary; ‘I Want The People’ At My Inauguration)
He would never support a bigot. https://t.co/lVECmwNnDz
— Nancy Sinatra (@NancySinatra) January 6, 2017
To date the Radio City Hall Rockettes and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir are scheduled to perform at the inauguration. Page Six reports that the Beach Boys have been asked to perform.
Andrea Bocelli recently backed out of performing at the ceremony amid backlash from his fans. Country singer Garth Brooks has also declined to perform over negative pressure from fans, according to Page Six.
“They both bowed to the pressure,” one source told Page Six. “Their phones were blowing up, and they decided it just wasn’t worth it.”