Brian Littrell, a member of the Backstreet Boys, told TMZ that he's bummed the hit 90s band didn't perform at President Trump's inaugural concert.
He said the band has scheduling conflicts for an upcoming show in Vegas.
"This guy, as of Friday, inauguration day, he’s going to be our president," Littrell tells a reporter who caught him at the airport. "He’s going to be our commander-in-chief, and he’s gonna do so many great things in my opinion."
As for his fellow entertainers who expressed discontent over Trump's inauguration, Littrell said Hollywood should "chill out."
“In my opinion, he’s going to do so many great things for this nation, and even for the people who disapprove of him," says Littrell. "Give peace a chance! I have faith in the system. I have faith in his character, his beliefs, and his balls."
Trump supporters appreciate Littrell's candidness.