Lady Gaga has picked to sing the national anthem during the swearing-in of President-elect Biden, someone announced on Thursday.
The founding committee said that the New York-born superstar who campaigned for Biden in the election has been confirmed to sing the “Stars and Stripes” at the oath ceremony next Wednesday.
The founding committee told Variety that the New York-born superstar who campaigned for Biden in the election has been confirmed to sing the “Stars and Stripes” at the oath ceremony next Wednesday.
New Yorker Jennifer Lopez (Jennifer Lopez) is another star involved, although the details of her performance were not disclosed.
Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, has long supported Biden (Biden), and even said in a November campaign for him in Pittsburgh: “Vote for Joe. He is a good man.”
Announcing his victory after the campaign, she posted a photo of them hugging and gushing out that he and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris “just gave the kind and brave mankind the greatest act that has ever been seen in the world.”
“Nothing, but love our new commander in chief and was elected the first female vice president of the White House,” she wrote.
Gaga’s national anthem singing history has exceeded millions, and her performance in the 2016 Super Bowl was widely praised.
Along with Gaga and Lopez, the variety show hinted that as Hollywood embraces the new Democratic leader, other stars may also be announced later.
Tom Hanks will also host a 90-minute prime time special TV inauguration, which will include Justin Timberlake, Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Stars such as Demi Lovato and Ant Clemons.
The committee announced that professional firefighter Andrea Hall will join Gaga and Lopez at the opening ceremony to lead the pledge of allegiance, and the first national young poet laureate winner Amanda · Amanda Gorman will recite a poem.
Father Leo O’Donovanova will make a prayer, and priest Dr. Silvester Beaman will make a blessing. They are all long-term friends of Biden.
The inauguration team said in a statement on Thursday: “They clearly reflect the diversity of our great country.”
“They also promised that the president-elect and the vice president-elect have a firm vision in the new chapter of our American story. We are a United States in overcoming the deep differences and challenges that our people face, and the united nation unites us to restore The soul of the country.”