Lady Gaga Posts Call for Peace Ahead of Joe Biden's Inauguration

Lady Gaga Posts Call for Peace Ahead of Joe Biden's Inauguration

- Lady Gaga took to social media to post a call for peace ahead of the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden

- The popstar and Oscar-winner shared a photo of herself at the Capitol, which was the site that very recently saw scenes of insurrection and violence

- Lady Gaga will be performing at the event and wrote that she was praying that the inauguration would usher in an era of hope and love for all Americans

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Lady Gaga is at the US Capitol to join the host of Hollywood and music industry A-listers who are set to perform at the event.

The musician and Oscar-winner took to social media ahead of the big day to plead for peace at the site, which recently dominated headlines around the world after it housed scenes of violence and insurrection.

Gaga pleaded for peace in her caption as well as wrote that she was praying for the inauguration to mark the beginning of an era of hope and love for the American people.

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Lady Gaga calls for peace ahead of inauguration
Lady Gaga has called for peace ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration. Images: @ladygaga
Source: Instagram

Her caption read:

"I pray tomorrow will be a day of peace for all Americans. A day for love, not hatred. A day for acceptance not fear. A day for dreaming of our future joy as a country. A dream that is non-violent, a dream that provides safety for our souls. Love from the Capitol."

Lady Gaga has been an avid supporter of the Biden-Harris administration and participated in campaign events for them during the election, so she was an obvious choice to be part of the event.

The picture Gaga paired with her call for peace was one that encapsulated the grandeur of the Capitol building and showed her in a praying stance. She wore a white outfit to drive the message of peace as well as to echo the symbolic suffragette-white that Vice-President-Elect Kamala Harris wore for her own victory speech.

Briefly.co.za recently reported on Donald Trump being disgruntled that so many A-list stars wanted to perform at Joe Biden's inauguration.

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With time slowly ticking down until the inauguration of Joe Biden, his predecessor President Donald Trump is reportedly furious that so many top celebrities have signed up for the president-elect's swearing-in ceremony.

The Independent, citing Washington Post as its source, noted that the Donald Trump is reportedly upset that the A-listers of Hollywood and the music industry who shunned him during his tenure are going to perform at Biden’s inaugural celebrations on Wednesday, January 20, compared to his own event back in January 2017.

A source close to Trump told the international news publication that Trump is particularly upset because many world-famous stars refused to have anything to do with the ceremony.

According to multiple reports, celebrities that will feature in the programme include Tom Hanks, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Ant Clemons, Jon Bon Jovi, the Foo Fighters, John Legend, Eva Longoria, Demi Lovato, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, and Kerry Washington.

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Activities lined up for the day include a star-studded evening show, an inaugural celebration for young Americans, Biden’s swearing-in ceremony, an inaugural address by the new president, a pass in review, wreath-laying at Arlington National Cemetery, a presidential escort to the White House, and a virtual parade.

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and their spouses spent the night before the inauguration paying respects to the American lives that had been lost due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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