Celebs get in on inauguration festivities

null /*Oprah Winfrey*/ decided /*Washington, D.C.*/, is the place to be, so she took her Chicago-based show on the road.

"On this very special /*Martin Luther King*/ holiday, I can't think of any place I'd rather be in the world than right here, right now," said Winfrey.

She's not alone. Celebrities are flocking to the nation's capital in droves to be a part of the celebration

"We come here knowing that we are all in this together," said actor /*Denzel Washington*/.

U2's /*Bono*/ even serenaded the new president. From /*U2*/ to /*Bruce Springsteen*/ to /*Stevie Wonder*/, they all consider this concert on the mall as a warm-up to many inaugural balls headlined by the likes of /*Sheryl Crow*/ and /*Beyonce*/. In person and online, /*Hollywood*/ is getting in on the act. They are pledging to be part of /*Obama*/'s movement for change.

"I pledge to be a servant to our president and all mankind because together we can and together we will be the change we seek," wrote /*Demi Moore*/ and /*Ashton Kutcher*/ in an online message.

You'll continue to see familiar showbiz faces involved in the inaugural festivals. Musicians /*Yo-Yo Ma*/ and /*Itzhak Perlman*/ were in rehearsals Monday for their roles in Tuesday's ceremonies.


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