There's at least one celebrity confirmed to attending US President-Elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
Reality star Caitlyn Jenner, a staunch Republican who previously said Trump would be "good for women", accepted the invitation and will attend his swearing in on January 20, according to Us Weekly.
A host of celebrities have publicly stated their refusal to perform at the inauguration - including Moby, Charlotte Church, Rebecca Ferguson, Andrea Bocelli and Elton John.
Trump previously said he didn't want celebrities in attendance, but rather wants to focus "on the people". Besides, the head of his inaugural committee said he is in fact the "greatest celebrity in the world."
"So what we've done instead of trying to surround him with what people consider A-listers is we are going to surround him with the soft sensuality of the place,' Barrack told reporters.
"That's the way this president-elect wanted it. I think it will be contributive. It will be beautiful. The cadence of it is going to be "let me get back to work."
Meanwhile, Jenner said she believes Trump will bring the US "back to what it was".
"I believe in the simple things. I believe in our Constitution. I think the Republican side, although I’ve been very disappointed with them over the last 10 to 20 years, has a better opportunity to bring this country back to, really, as close as you can to what it was," she said.
"I have kind of positioned myself with the Republican party to try to help these people understand. [To help] the Republican party understand what the issues are for the LBGT community."
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