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It’s confirmed!

Vince Neil, lead singer of Motley Crüe, will be performing at Donald Trump’s Presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C.

Neil confirmed the news with Billboard and said:

The promoters asked if I was available, and I said yes. So we sent all of the band’s passports to the Secret Service so everybody can get in, and all of the crew people, not knowing who was winning. But we were already scheduled to play.

Neil reportedly told Billboard he was asked if he was available “months ago.”

January is a big month for Neil, as he will also making an appearance on NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice,” with new host Arnold Schwarzenegger.


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Neil said he’s unsure of what other bands will join him and is unsure of what he will perform with his own band at the ceremony.

“I don’t know how long I have to play. I don’t know if the Republican Party says which [songs] to play and what not to do,” Neil told Billboard. “It’s a little ways out. I’ll have more information as time goes on.”

And just in case you need a refresher of one of Motley Crüe’s songs:

The Presidential inauguration will take place January 20.

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