Although there have been countless reports of Donald Trump's team not being able to solidify one A-list celebrity at his upcoming inauguration ceremony in Jan. 2017, the president-elect's aide, Boris Epshteyn, says they aren't worried at all.

"You know, this is not Woodstock. It’s not Summer Jam. It’s not a concert; it’s not about celebrities," Epshteyn told CNN on Monday, when asked about their inaugural woes. The aide also noted that Trump doesn't even want a bunch of A-list celebs to perform or attend the event. Instead, he wants to book performers who "represent Americans."

Epshteyn's statements come only days after Trump expressed similar sentiments on Twitter, saying, "The so-called "A" list celebrities are all wanting tixs to the inauguration, but look what they did for Hillary, NOTHING. I want the PEOPLE." 

Wanting to get the real Americans is all fine and dandy, but there have been widespread claims, that Trump's team was only forced to go knocking at D-list stars' doors after a number of the big shots including Beyonce, Elton John, and Celion Dion turned him down. As a result, the team reportedly brought in Dancing with the Stars talent wrangler Suzanne Bender to bring in some last-minute talent. And so far, Bender was able to confirm America's Got Talent singer Jackie Evancho, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and the Radio City Rockettes.

"The Rockettes represent the American people. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir represents the American people," Epshteyn said. "And that’s what we’re concentrating on." There was a bit of controversy surrounding the Rockettes' performance after reports suggested that the dancers were given the ultimatum of taking the gig or losing their careers. But following further investigation, the women were reportedly given the option to refuse to perform, according to reports.

While Epshteyn insists the Trump campaign is content with their short list of performers, he noted that there are other yet-to-be-announced talents that will take the stage at the top of the new year. And those performers, he said, will fully represent the American people. But if in the end the team gets really desperate, Alec Baldwin's offer to sing "Highway to Hell" undoubtedly still stands.