President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have put together a star-studded line-up for their inauguration commemorating Jan, 20th. That list includes Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga is set to perform the national anthem at the ceremony. The star will perform a beautiful rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which got her rave reviews during the Super Bowl performance in 2016.
The pop star was spotted greeting the national guards outside the US capitol while leaving the building after her rehearsals for the performance on the inauguration day.
The singer has been a vocal supporter of Joe Biden during his presidential campaign.
The star joined him on his campaign trail in Pennsylvania a day before the US presidential election.
The performer took to Twitter to pen down a message of love and hope. She tweeted, “I pray tomorrow will be a day of peace for all Americans.” “A day for love, not hatred. A day for acceptance, not fear. A day for dreaming of our future joy as a country. A dream that is non-violent, a dream that provides safety for our souls. Love, from the Capitol,” she added.
Gaga is one of the several famous singers who will join Joe Biden during his inauguration ceremony. Other high-profile musicians who will make an appearance are Garth Brooks and Jennifer Lopez, set to perform at the inauguration.
After the inaugural ceremony in D.C., pop stars like Katty Perry, Demi Lovato, John Legend, and Justin Timberlake will remotely perform in a TV special broadcast for Biden’s election as a president.
The former US president, Donald Trump’s supporters, charged at the Capitol building as a protest about rigged elections. The violent clashes resulted in five lives lost and many injured. So, the security in Washington DC is high due to safety concerns.
The national guards are keeping out anyone unauthorized to attend the ceremony on Wednesday.
Donald Trump will also intentionally miss his successor’s inauguration. This has happened for the first time in 150 years. In his place, vice president Mike Pence will attend the ceremony. Former presidents Barack Obama, George W Bush, and Bill Clinton are also in Washington for the inauguration.