“Saturday Night Live” in its latest show set its sights on the performers scheduled to appear at President-elect Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpJimmy Carter: 'I hope there's an age limit' on presidency White House fires DHS general counsel: report Trump to cap California trip with visit to the border MORE’s inauguration.

“Who is excited for my Inauguration Day?” Alec Baldwin as Trump asked reporters in a skit mocking last week’s news conference.

“Yes, thank you to those people over there who I definitely did not pay to do that,” he said after applause.

“We’ve got some of the biggest performers in the world lined up, “ he added, listing off a lineup lacking the starpower seen during President Obama’s years in the White House.


“We’ve got 3 Doors Down. Also, from 'America’s Got Talent,' we’ve got Jackie what’s her face. And best of all we’ve got the one Rockette with the least money in her savings.

“We’ve also got some huge A-list actors coming like Angelina Jolie, Ryan Gosling and Jennifer Lawrence. They will all be at my inauguration, courtesy of Madame Tussauds.”

Singer Jennifer Holliday on Saturday said she is backing out of a performance at an inauguration event for after receiving an onslaught of criticism.

“In light of the information pointed out to me via the Daily Beast article on yesterday, my only choice must now be to stand with the LGBT Community and to state unequivocally that I WILL NOT PERFORM FOR THE WELCOME CONCERT OR FOR ANY OF THE INAUGURATION FESTIVITIES!” Holliday wrote in a letter addressed to the LGBT community posted on TheWrap.