Demi Lovato continues to give something to talk about at the beginning of the year and it turns out that after her iconic song referring to the policy 'Commander in Chief' she will now sing at the inauguration of Joe Biden. Keep reading and find out all the details.
After a gruesome election period in the United States, finally, on January 20, the inauguration event of Joe Biden as the new president of the United States and Kamala Harris as vice president is planned, which will be called "Celebrating America", and which, of course, Donald Trump claimed he would not attend.
In this celebration, there will be some famous presentations that will liven up the event with their music, and today, Demi Lovato surprised us by announcing that she had been invited to participate in the ceremony, which will begin at 8:30 p.m.
Apparently, we were not the only ones surprised by the announcement of the 28-year-old singer, who a few days ago shared her rejection of the acts of violence carried out in the seizure of the Capitol at the hands of Trump supporters, as she also affirmed feel dumbfounded and, above all, excited to participate in this celebration, because from the beginning she showed her support for the candidate of the Democratic party.
"I am very proud to announce that I will be joining Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at their special 'Celebrating America' event on January 20 at 8:30 pm. I was speechless when asked to perform. You can tune in on various television channels and live streaming services", the singer wrote on her Twitter accounts, inviting her followers to follow the event from their homes.
After her announcement, her fans celebrated the news with her, sending messages that mostly showed how proud they were of her and wishing her the best of luck in this new opportunity.
Demi Lovato condemned in her social networks the violent actions of Trump's followers during the taking of the Capitol in publications in which she said she felt too upset and later announced that those feelings had led her to her study to work on something new and special later of the "assault on democracy" that had taken place that day.
Of course, Lovato's followers hope that on that day, the singer decides to sing her new musical creation, which will surely be a hymn to democracy and freedom very ad hoc to what will be celebrated that day.