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From Charlotte Church to Moby: 10 musical acts who've turned down performing at Donald Trump's presidential inaguration

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President-elect Donald Trump is struggling to get acts to perform at his inauguration [Getty]The President-Elect will be sworn in as Commander-in-Chief on January 20th in Washington DC, accompanied by a singing performance as well as the inauguration ball. President Obama had Beyonce sing at his last inauguration, probably the biggest star you could have perform. Trump, however, is getting refused left, right and centre and here's ten musical acts who very publicly declined the ...
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