Sir Elton John Not To Perform At Trump’s Inaugural Ceremony

Lately it has been much talked Sir Elton John will perform at the oath taking ceremony of Republican Donald Trump as the 45th President of America.

The information spread following announcement by a member of Donald Trump’s transition team, Anthony Scaramucci, that the singer will perform at the 2017 inauguration.

However, the Sir Elton’s camp says they have no idea what is being talked about for them related to the inaugural ceremony of the president-elect.

Scaramucci said on BBC’s HARDtalk recently about the singer’s and Trump’s support and advocacy for the gay community.

He added this is the first time a president is entering the White House with a pro-gay rights stance and Sir Elton John will be doing a concert too.

Sir Elton John’s spokeswoman Fran Curtis denied any such proposal to them and also such would not happen at the inaugural ceremony of Trump.

The New York Times cited a letter mailed to them quoting Curtis wrote, “Incorrect. He will NOT be performing.”

Meanwhile, it is also not to forget Elton John was a vocal supporter of Democratic nominee for the president race Hillary Clinton and he had also performed at one of her Los Angeles fundraisers.

During his performance the singer said to the crowd, “We have to elect this humanitarian – we cannot let this barbarian in office.”

Several other artists including Riff Raff have talked about being interested to perform at the oath taking ceremony of Trump if the price quote is right for them.