Alec Baldwin says he wants to sing a special song at Trump’s inauguration

As reports suggest Donald Trump is having a tough time finding A-list celebrities to perform at his inauguration, one surprising name has stepped forward.

Alec Baldwin, who has been panned by the president-elect for his impersonation of him on Saturday Night Live, tweeted on Friday that he wanted to sing “Highway to Hell” on Trump’s big day.

This came after the star said in an interview that he didn’t hate Trump and, instead, wanted to focus his aggression on someone else.

In fact, Baldwin said he is excited about Trump’s inauguration.

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But before anyone starts thinking he’s on the Trump train, he let it be known exactly why he is anxiously anticipating Trump’s swearing-in as president.

Baldwin will likely never be on Trump’s team.

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His name was even mentioned as a possible MC for a concert allegedly being planned to go head to head with Trump’s inauguration.

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Carmine Sabia


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