- Donald Trump and his family arrive in DC ahead of the inauguration – TMZ
- Is Mark Salling going to take a plea deal in his court case? – Radar
- Jordyn Woods got support from Kylie Jenner after her grandfather’s passing – Just Jared Jr
- Ciara and Future have settled their custody case – DListed
- Alessandra Ambrosio gets a tasty treat – Hollywood Tuna
- Troye Sivan has released beautiful new song before inauguration – Towleroad
- 5 times Anna Kendrick was the best on Twitter – J-14
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VIDEO: Make America Great Again Inauguration Concert Live Steam - Watch Donald Trump's Welcome Celebration
The concert is featuring several entertainers – take a look at the full performers list if you missed it.
Starting in just a few moments, the concert is considered the official kick off to the inauguration festivities, happening tomorrow.
The live stream will be starting in a few moments, and will continue on for the entire two hour event until 6pm EST.
“At Girl Scouts, our movement is made up of individuals who hold political beliefs and convictions as varied as our nation itself. And because every girl has a home at Girl Scouts, every girl in our movement is allowed her own ideas, opinions, beliefs and political ideology. Our fundamental value is empowering girls to be leaders in their own lives. By helping them build the courage, confidence, and character to lift their voices, champion their views, and be advocates for the issues and ideas important to them, Girl Scouts supports girls as they become catalysts for change who strengthen their communities,” the group said in a statement via NBC News.
“Of course, we are a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that by law cannot take positions on political candidates or parties — and we take this very seriously,” the group added. “Advocating for change on issues one cares about isn’t at odds with participating in a century-long tradition that represents the peaceful exchange of power,” they added.
Frank Sinatra‘s eldest daughter Nancy was asked for her opinion on Twitter about the Trumps using the song. Nancy is not a supporter of Donald Trump, and responded, “Just remember the first line of the song.”
Well, the first line of the song “My Way,” is “And now, the end is near.”
“We haven’t asked him. He’s been great. He considers himself a friend of the President-elect, but it’s not the venue,” Presidential Inaugural Committee chairman Tom Barrack told CNN. “The venue we have for entertainment is filled out, it’s perfect, it’s going to be typically and traditionally American, and Kanye is a great guy but we just haven’t asked him to perform. We move on with our agenda.”
“We have the opportunity to have many A-list celebrities, which is what the issue was,” Tom continued about the lack of A-list talent signing up for the election. “The directive from the president-elect was simple: make it great, make it for the people, and we have three of the greatest celebrities in the world here already. We have President Obama, No. 1 celebrity in the world as it exists today. We have this, Washington, D.C., which is a stage that is incomparable to anywhere in the world. And we have the president-elect, Donald Trump, who is certainly on everybody’s list as one of the top celebrities in the world.”
Back in November, Tom went on The View and said, “I was asked to dress her quite a few years ago and I declined. She’s not necessarily my image.”
Tom later told Elle, “Whoever is the president, or the first lady, should be wearing clothes at a price point that are accessible to most Americans, and wearing clothes made in America. My clothes are made in Italy, they’re very, very expensive. I don’t think most women or men in our country can relate to that, and I think the first lady or the president should represent all people.”
Tom added that it was not personal: “If you watch that show where I said it, I said I would not have dressed Hillary had she become President.”
Donald Trump was interviewed by Fox News, and was asked if Melania ever even asked Tom to dress her.
“[She] never asked Tom Ford, doesn’t like Tom Ford, doesn’t like his designs,” President-elect Trump said. “I’m not a fan of Tom Ford, never have been.”
The 33-yeaer-old actor was recently asked about his thoughts on the President-elect.
“We all, I’m sure, have seen Obama‘s farewell speech, his final address, which was so full of grace and love and warmth,” Andrew told Vulture‘s Awards Show Show podcast. “And then you switch on the television and you see this sick man. The contrast! The sickness, the toxicity, that is emanating out of his every pore — energetically, you can just feel it, I believe, if your eyes and ears are open. It’s shocking. I’m grateful for people like Meryl Streep. She gives our profession a very, very good name because she’s focused on the things that are meaningful. She’s not trying to win votes, she’s not trying to make money or win endorsements or be popular, she’s just trying to speak the truth.”
Pictured: Andrew steps out in style for a screening of his new movie Hacksaw Ridge held at the Picturehouse Central on Wednesday (January 18) in London, England.