Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez will perform at the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on January 20.
Variety reports The Bad Romance hitmaker, 34, will perform national anthem, The Star Spangled Banner, for the swearing-in ceremony of Biden and Vice-President elect Kamala Harris, which will be held on the West front of the U.S. Capitol building.
On The Floor singer Jennifer, 51, is also on-board to perform alongside fellow stars including Demi Lovato and Justin Timberlake.
According to Mailonline Oscar-winner Gaga is a long-time supporter of Biden and has been vocal throughout this election season, joining the future president on the campaign trail.
She also filmed a controversial campaign video for Biden back in November which showed her wielding a can of beer and rocking a camouflage get-up as she preached to the election’s vital swing states.
Icon: On The Floor hitmaker Jennifer, 51, will also perform at the prestigious event (pictured 2018)
The invocation will be delivered by Father Leo O’Donovan and the benediction by Reverend Dr. Silvester Beaman – both of whom are longtime friends of the Bidens.
Next Wednesday’s inauguration will largely be conducted virtually in keeping with safety protocols amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Security has also been ramped up amid fears of violence on the day, after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol last week.
Support: Oscar-winner Gaga is a long-time supporter of Biden and vocal throughout this election season (pictured with Biden in 2020)
Speaking at the Democratic hopeful’s Pennsylvania rally in November, Gaga said: ‘I put some country clothes on the other day and said I was voting for Joe because I wear Cabela’s when I’m on a four-wheeler in Pennsylvania.’
Video: She also filmed a controversial campaign video for Biden back in November which showed her wielding a can of beer and rocking a camouflage get-up as she preached to the election’s vital swing states
She added that regardless of the opinions held by the opposing part, she ‘will not be told what I can and cannot wear to endorse our future president.’
‘So this is what I have to say about that… I may not always look like you. But I am you. We are each other,’ concluded the blonde bombshell, who went on to perform her 2011 hit You And I.