The artists speak out against Trump's trans military ban.
"Growing Up Evancho" debuts Aug. 9.
The inauguration singer is eager to meet with the president.
A judge has ruled that Juliet Evancho, the sister of Jackie Evancho, can use the bathroom that matches her gender identity whilst she challenges her school district’s bathroom policies in court.
Juliet Evancho sued her school over the right to use the restroom corresponding with her gender identity.
The 16-year-old received some backlash after agreeing to sing the national anthem on Friday.
"I’m not exactly sure why so many people won’t perform at the Inauguration."
Doing so, they say, would be a wonderful, pro-LGBTQ move.
“For me it’s not political,” the 16-year-old classical crossover singer said. “It’s just accepting people for who they are.”
Jackie Evancho's sister is suing a Pennsylvania school over bathroom access for transgender students.