Marie Osmond Says She Would Perform At Trump’s Inauguration
Marie Osmond said she would absolutely say yes if asked to perform for president-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration and that it’s “wrong” not to support him.
On Tuesday, in an interview with Yahoo Finance the 57-year-old singer admitted though she had not been yet asked to perform at the Jan. 20 ceremony, she would jump at the chance to “unite” the country. (RELATED: New Details Have Been Released About Trump’s Inauguration Plans)
“I think when it comes to our country we need to unite,” Osmond said. “And to not support our president… I think is wrong. I think we should.” (RELATED: New Details Surface About Trump’s Inauguration)
“I think we should all support whether we are happy or sad or everything else,” she added. “This is America. We should come together and I think an Inauguration should be a time to unite, it really should.”
Osmond and her brother Donnie Osmond performed for President Ronald Reagan during his inauguration in 1981.
To date the performers signed on for the big day include the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Radio City Hall Rockettes, Jackie Evancho from “America’s Got Talent,” along with 40 high school and university marching bands.
During his first press conference since winning the election, Trump said Wednesday, “it’s going to be a beautiful event.”