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Chairman Thomas Barrack Jr. said the inaugural committee is "hard at work" arranging entertainment but said nothing is yet confirmed. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

President-elect Trump’s inaugural committee said Thursday that it hasn’t yet invited any performers for the January inauguration, in an effort to tamp down on rumors that have been circulating over the past few days.

Chairman Thomas Barrack Jr. said the committee is “hard at work” arranging entertainment but said nothing is yet confirmed.

“At this early date, no offers have been extended, no specifics are in place, and any speculation otherwise is simply untrue,” Barrack said in a statement. “All confirmed information will be made available to the public by release from the committee.”

“I wish everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving, and look forward to a uniting and exciting Inaugural celebrating freedom and democracy,” he said.

Elton John said this week he won’t be performing at the inauguration, after Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci said John would be performing to show Trump’s support for LGBT rights.

And Motley Crue’s Vince Neil said he was “uninvited” from performing at the inauguration, after initially claiming he’d received an invite.

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