The drama over musical performances at Trump's inauguration gets more bigly by the day. Having successfully ripped the Rockettes apart and alienated all the celebrities who are not named Kid Rock, Team Trump has galvanized at least one member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to leave the group now that it's set to perform at Democracy's Doomsday.

Jan Chamberlin, who has been with the choir for five years, posted her resignation letter to Facebook, noting that while the choir has given her "many memories and experiences which I will cherish and hold dear in my heart," she "could never look myself in the mirror again with self respect" after performing for Trump. She added, "I only know I could never 'throw roses to Hitler.' And I certainly could never sing for him." You can read the whole thing below:

A spokesman for the Church of the Latter Day Saints told The Salt Lake Tribune that participation in the choir (and at the inauguration) is voluntary, but the Choir's inauguration slot has still sparked petitions and protests from the Mormon community, according to the Tribune.

Trump's had a lot of trouble securing performers for the inauguration—Andrea Bocelli, the one celebrity musician briefly floated for the event, allegedly backed out after taking heat on social media for agreeing to perform, and there was a noted uproar among the Rockettes after it was announced they'd be dancing for Trump & Friends on January 20th.