Michael Flatley To Perform at Trump Inauguration
Michael Flatley is set to perform at tomorrow's Presidential inauguration.
According to a report from TMZ Flatley and his Lord of the Dance show have been added to the line up for Friday night's inauguration ball.
The website says that the dancer and his troupe will take part in the celebratory Liberty Ball for the new President, Donald Trump.
Flatley will join other performers such as The Rockettes, Sam Moore, Travis Greene and 3 Doors Down.
Latest list of entertainers who will perform at Inaugural: pic.twitter.com/rUH352Ajqj— West Wing Reports (@WestWingReport) January 19, 2017
The line up for the inauguration proved difficult to curate after many artists including Moby, Charlotte Church, Elton John, Celine Dion, Garth Brooks, Rebecca Ferguson and Andrea Bocelli either refused or pulled out of appearing at the ball.
Bruce Springsteen tribute act The B Street Band were confirmed to perform but cancelled their appearance out of “respect and gratitude for Bruce".
If reports are true this will be the Chicago born dancer's first big event since the death of his mother Eilish at the beginning of the year and also since the announcement of his retirement in March 2015.
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