Trumps to Dance to Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' at Inaugural Ball Despite Controversy

Playing President Trump Will Dance With FLOTUS To Sinatra's 'My Way' At Inaugural Ball

All eyes will be on Donald Trump and his third wife Melania as they dance for the first time as president and first lady to Frank Sinatra's "My Way."

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The song will be performed by jazz singer Erin Boheme.

"It's a tremendous honor," Boheme told Inside Edition. "I’m going to be performing along with two other Nashville-based performers who are extraordinary.”

She added: "This isn't even about politics for me. I would have gladly accepted had it been a Democrat or independent that was taking the office."

Back in 1961, Sinatra performed for the inauguration of John F. Kennedy. And now, 56 years later, Sinatra’s signature song, originally penned by Paul Anka, will be performed.

Anka turned down the opportunity to sing the tune at the inauguration, citing a scheduling conflict.

Boheme told Inside Edition: "I certainly hope Frank looks down and smiles a little bit too, because he's my hero."

Sinatra’s daughter, Nancy, tweeted: "Just remember the first line of the song." The tweet, which has since been deleted, refers to the opening line where the singer says: “And now, the end is near.”

She later tweeted: “I'm not sure why this became such a big deal. It was really just a joke.”

Sinatra’s 76-year-old daughter did wish Trump well on his presidential term.

The 45th president of the United States and the first lady will attend three presidential balls.

They will begin the evening at the Washington Convention Center with two called “Liberty and Freedom: The Official Presidential Inaugural Balls."

They will then head across town to the National Building Museum for the invitation-only Armed Services Ball.

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Other performers for the evening include 14-year-old YouTube sensation Lexi Walker and country crooner Tim Rushlow and his big band.

The performers have some pretty big shoes to fill. Who can forget Beyoncé serenading Barack and Michelle Obama at the 2009 inauguration when she sang "At Last."

Ricky Martin performed a song and danced for George W. Bush in 2001 while former President Bill Clinton played the saxophone at his own 1993 inaugural ball.

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