WASHINGTON, D.C. - Plans for President Barack Obama's Inaguration Ball are being finalized by the Presidential Inaguration Ball Committee.
Abdullah Braxton, chairman-in-charge of the Ball's entertainment committee said that he has already lined up quite an extensive array of performers.
The event will be hosted by Keith Olbermann, Anderson Cooper, and Pamela Anderson. Headlining the event will be Beyonce.
She will do a five-song set and then she will be joined by Snoop Doggy Dogg on a song that they co-wrote especially for the Inaguration Ball entitled, 'Bye Bye Bush, Hello Obama, Good Riddance Laura, What's Up First Mama.'
Also scheduled to perform are Usher, Mary J. Blige, Mannheim Steamroller, Willie Nelson, Alicia Keys, Celine Dion, The Dixie Chicks, and the Eagles.
The Presidential Inaguration Committee (PIC) noted that the Dixie Chicks have not really performed before more than 13 people in about three years due to lead singer Natalie Maines' foot-in-mouth comment that she made about Emperor Bush.
There will also be a special performance featuring Diana Ross & The Supremes. Ryan Seacrest is reporting that filling in as the two backup Supremes will be Whitney Houston and her aunt Dionne Warwick.
Committee Chairman Braxton asked GOP backer Toby Keith if he would like to to appear and perform in a special 'Battle of The Bands' contest with the Dixie Chicks.
Keith declined stating, "Thanks, but no thanks. I'm just afraid that if I ever get anywhere near those three bi*ches I know I'll do something stupid and probably end up spending the rest of my life in prison performing free concerts on hot dog night."
In other news, Jay Leno has just announced that he has signed on to play the lead role in the new movie from Touchstone Pictures entitled, 'Walking on Egg Shells - The Humpty Dumpty Story.'