Chrisette Michele will join the party ushering in Donald Trump’s presidency, according to sources close to the festivities and reported by Bossip.

We’re told that the deal was reached a week ago, but has been kept “a big secret” because Michelle’s camp feared the seven days of criticism that would surely lead up the the divisive President-elect’s big day.

They became especially concerned when Jennifer Holliday, who’d committed to performing for The Donald last week, withdrew amidst heavy pressure on Monday, citing “a lapse of judgment.”

Our insiders say that inauguration organizers first reached out to Michelle’s team asking her to perform the song “Intentional” with singers Travis Greene, Jonathan McReynolds, and Tye Tribbett — the same trio with whom she did that tune on BET’s “Celebration of Gospel” broadcast one year ago.

We’re told that plan fell apart when at least two of those three singers declined the offer. But, according to our sources, Michelle agreed to sing for The Donald so long as she could perform an R&B set.

Chrisette Michelle has always been a bit different. Only time will tell if this was a good move or bad move for her career. What do you think? Please leave your comment below. 

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