Crybaby celebs plan to make Inauguration Day all about themselves with protest concert to rival Trump

The temper tantrum from celebrities who cannot get over the fact that Donald Trump is going to be the next president continues.

Word broke on Thursday that while Trump is having issues securing top talent to perform at his inauguration, some are planning a concert to go against it.

Concert promoter Mark Ross has a “We The People” concert in the works to go head-to-head with the inauguration, Politico reported.

Ross, who is the son of the late Time Warner CEO Steve Ross, is planning to hold the concert in Miami on Jan. 20.

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“The talent is banging on our doors to do this,” a source told Politico.

There was no shortage of celebrities who backed Hillary Clinton during the presidential campaign which was good enough to help her secure second place in an essentially two person race.

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And although no acts have been announced for this proposed concert, some of the big names that backed Clinton include Lady Gaga, Madonna, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi.

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The idea for the concert got started on Sunday when economist Robert Reich proposed it on his Facebook page.

Not only did Reich suggest the concert, and recommend Alec Baldwin to host, but he said the profits from the show ought to benefit “the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, Lambda Legal, NAACP, Common Cause, CAIR, IRAP, SPLC, Environmental Defense Fund, Human Rights Campaign Fund, MoveOn, Economic Policy Institute, Inequality Media, and GLAD.”

And as far as entertainers who might want to perform at the inauguration, many are afraid of the backlash that would come from the “tolerant” ;eft if they do, TMZ reported.

Sources in the music industry connected with people who have been “on the list” tell us … some of the singers and groups have floated rumors they might perform to judge the public reaction … which by and large has scared them into running for the hills instead of towards the Hill.

We’re told trial balloons were floated by at least 4 camps … we’re told everyone’s so scared of the backlash the camps will never admit they’ve even entertained the prospect of singing at the inauguration … they’re all so worried it will negatively impact the artists’ careers.

The president-elect himself said on Twitter that he wasn’t bothered by it.

His tweet got the ire of model, and wife of John Legend, Chrissy Teigen.

They’re collective tantrum is only getting worse as Inauguration Day draws near.

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