Trisha Yearwood Is Part of White House Tribute to Carole King

Trisha Yearwood for president?

Pretty good idea, but that's not what brought the country singer to the White House Wednesday night (May 22).

Instead, Trisha was one of a handful of artists who helped President Obama honor veteran pop-folk artist Carole King.

To that end, Trisha—wearing a metallic mini!—joined a trio with Gloria Estefan and R&B singer Emeli Sandé for a sassy version of “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” complete with synchronized dance moves, USA Today reports.

Trisha also performed solo, turning in her version of “So Far Away.”

Other performers included James Taylor and Billy Joel.

PBS will air the Carole King tribute on Tuesday night (May 28).

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