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Jackie Evancho’s Transgender Sister Wins Injunction in Bathroom Lawsuit
Jackie Evancho, who sang at Trump’s inauguration, helped fight for her transgender sister Juliet’s bathroom rights at public school.
Jackie Evancho Not Singing the Praises of Donald Trump’s Stance on Trans Rights
The president’s National Anthem singer does not share his politics on queer issues.
Jackie Evancho’s Transgender Sister Defends Her Inauguration Performance
“Jackie is singing for our country.”
Evancho Says Inauguration Is Not Political
Her sister Juliet, who is transgender, will not attend the ceremony due to “prior engagements.”
Hollywood’s Protests Are Getting to Trump
The inauguration standoff is also a preview of what the creative class will face over the next four years.
Trump Thinks He Made Evancho’s Sales ‘Skyrocket’
Her holiday album went No. 1 over — you guessed it — the holidays.
Contestant to Sing at Trump Inauguration
The 16-year-old was the runner-up on the show’s fifth season.
See Cody Simpson’s Teeny-Bopper Doll
Also: Gwen Stefani doll sets and guitar-equipped Taylor Swift.
Meet Jackie Evancho, the Talented But Unsettling 10-Year-Old Opera Singer
Do Britney! Do Britney!