It appears the incoming president is having a hard time booking talent for his inauguration. The biggest name confirmed so far is Jackie Evancho, a 16-year-old classical singer who finished second on the 2010 season of America's Got Talent.
A-list entertainers from Celine Dion to Garth Brooks have reportedly turned down offers to perform. Here are just a few of the names of celebrities who've said "no" to Trump:
Mormon Tabernacle Choir
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is slated to perform at the inauguration, but one of its members has backed out. Jan Chamberlin resigned from the famed choir, writing in a Facebook post that singing for Trump would be "endorsing tyranny and fascism."
Radio City Rockettes
Speaking to Marie Claire , an anonymous member of the Rockettes said the dancers were under pressure to perform:"If I had to lose my job over this, I would. It's too important."
Ultimately, Madison Square Garden Company clarified the dancers weren't contractually obligated to perform.
"It's always their choice."
Anthony Scaramucci, a member of the presidential transition team, originally said the British singer would be performing at Trump's swearing in. John's publicist, however, told The New York Times: "Incorrect. He will NOT be performing."
D.C.-area marching bands
Each of the last five inaugural parades featured at least one Washington, D.C. public school marching band. According to NBC, "none applied for consideration this year."
The Italian opera star was reportedly asked by Trump personally. Page Six claimed he was considering the gig, but backed out following social media backlash.