Matthew McConaughey, Amy Adams Join Stars in Belting Out 'I Will Survive' Ahead of Inauguration

The video comes as two performers pull out of the ceremony.

Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars are voicing their opposition to Donald Trump by singing Gloria Gaynor’s hit "I Will Survive.”

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The A-listers include Amy Adams, Natalie Portman, Emma Stone, Taraji P. Henson, and Matthew McConaughey.

The video was featured on W Magazine’s website and comes just days before Trump’s inauguration.

The video, released over the weekend, outraged the president-elect’s supporters.

“Liberal Snowflakes are melting down again. Another awful video and this time with the worst singing ever,” tweeted one supporter.

“I seriously cannot believe @McConaughey was involved in something this uncool,” tweeted another supporter.

Another person blasted the video, writing on Twitter: “Unbelievable. The liberal Hollywood snowflakes made ANOTHER pathetic video called, I Will Survive.”

Less than a week before Friday’s Inauguration, singer Jennifer Holliday, who was slated to perform, dropped out.

She wrote in a statement: "I sincerely apologize for my lapse of judgment, for being uneducated on the issues that affect every American at this crucial time in history and for causing such dismay and heartbreak to my fans."

Crooner Paul Anka, who was set to perform his classic, "My Way," during Trump’s first dance with his wife, Melania, pulled out last week.

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Anka says his decision was not political but due to a scheduling conflict because he is involved in a custody dispute.

Country superstar Toby Keith is standing firm about performing at Trump’s inauguration. So is singer Lee Greenwood, who is famous for his song, “God Bless The USA.”

Southern rock band 3 Doors Down confirmed they were booked for the inauguration. They are the latest artists to sign up for the January 20th event.

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