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Rihanna to Perform at America's Presidential Inauguration Charity Ball

December 22, 2008 (2:52 am) GMT
Rihanna has been confirmed to perform at America's Presidential Inauguration Charity Ball to raise funds for hunger relief organization Feeding America.

Grammy-winning singer has been confirmed to take the stage at the Recording Industry Association of America's Presidential Inauguration Charity Ball on January 20. Headlining the event, she will, at the same time, help feed millions by raising funds for Feeding America, which is the largest hunger relief organization in America.

Rihanna's performance at the charity inaugural ball was confirmed by Access Hollywood on Saturday, December 20. The site quoted Vicky Escarra, president and CEO of Feeding America, as stating, "We are thrilled to have Rihanna's participation in the inauguration charity ball."

"As the prevalence of hunger in America increases at an unprecedented rate, we are most grateful to Rihanna and to RIAA for helping us bring greater visibility to this tragic reality and helping us feed millions more people in need," Vicky continued in a statement.

In addition to Rihanna, has also been announced as one of the performers at Barack Obama's presidential inauguration. The R 'n' B and soul singer is set to make a live appearance in front of selected guests beginning at 10 A.M. on the West Front of the Capitol.

Some other A-list celebrities who are anxious to join Obama on his inauguration day include actor and music mogul .

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