This singer was asked to perform at Trump's inauguration. Her response was incredible.

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British singer Charlotte Church has become the latest musician to turn down a request to perform at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration—and Church's refusal is one of the shortest and bluntest yet.


The classical singer responded to Trump using his favorite form of communication: Twitter. Her message was very, very clear.


A lengthy list of legendary musicians have joined Church in saying no, including Elton John, Celine Dion, KISS, and David Foster.

On Tuesday, singer Rebecca Ferguson released a statement saying that she had declined to perform for Trump after his team told her she couldn't sing iconic anti-lynching protest song "Strange Fruit."

So far, the administration has been able to book America's Got Talent star Jackie Evancho, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and The Rockettes. Some Rockettes have repeatedly spoken out against the decision.

Tahirah Hairston is a style writer from Detroit who likes Susan Miller, Rihanna's friend's Instagram accounts, ramen and ugly-but cute shoes.

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