Here Are All The Musicians Who Might Move To Australia Now That Donald Trump Is President
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In what’s being widely dubbed “The American Brexit”, Donald Trump has sideswiped the US election and toppled Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to be crowned the new President Of The United States.
And if you’re anything like me, then you’ve probably already considered pulling a Cast Away and marooning yourself on a desert island for the next four years, or else getting Richard Branson on the blower to see if you can con your way into a spot on Virgin’s first ever intergalactic space voyage until the whole thing blows over.
But take comfort, friend. You’re not the only one who thinks a Trump Presidency means we’re all F’d in the A. As News Corp reports, Canada’s official immigration website fkn crashed today due to the volume of US citizens investigating how to get the hell outta dodge, while Google Trends showed the search “Move to Australia” spiked over the hours since Trump emerged victorious.
Prior to The Donald bagging the White House gig, plenty of big name musos also expressed their intentions to GTFO of the US should he be elected, with some of those also name-checking Australia as their destination of choice.
Catch a list of musos who could soon be packing their bags and moving Down Under following the election of Donald Trump below, or else check out 8 reasons why we reckon Yeezy would make a better preezy than Trump here.
Gallery: Musicians Who Might Move To Australia Now That Trump Is President
Last year, the Slipknot frontman revealed that he was considering moving to an island — or else buying his own one — if Trump got elected. Well CT, Australia is the biggest island there is.
Barb has vowed to move to Australia specifically, should Donald T bag the Presidency, telling Aussie media back in August: “I’m either coming to your country, if you’ll let me in, or Canada.”
“Worst case, let’s all move to New Zealand,” the pop songstress posted on Instagram when the election results started to swing Trump’s way earlier today. But Kesh, NZ don’t have Bunnings sausage sizzles on the weekend, do they.
Speaking in an interview late last year, the Lamb Of God frontman shared his thoughts on Trump, saying: “He could just be a clown. If he is the president though, I am leaving America til he’s gone.” Well he’s only just wrapped up an Aussie headlining tour with Slipknot… maybe he should just cancel his flight home.
The ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer said she’d “move out da country” if Trump, who she called a “f*cking nightmare
” was to win the election. Twerk on over our way any time, Miles.
The veteran pop chanteuse tweeted that she’d move to Jupiter
if Trump won. However, since the giant gas planet is currently uninhabitable and six years away, Australia is probably a safer option.
The Metallica beatman has been living in the US since 1980, but reckoned he’d consider leaving if Trump was elected. While Ulruch would most likely return to his native Denmark, we’d be more than happy to Welcome him Home (Sanitarium) Down Under.
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