Rocker Bruce Springsteen has warned he’ll be leaving America “on the next plane” to Australia if Trump wins re-election next month.
The 71-year-old recently spoke with the Australian press via a virtual chat when he threatened to move away from the US if the American people fail to elect Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden.
When asked whether he would consider moving to Australia, Springsteen said, “I would consider that.”
“I love Australia,” he continued.
Every time, we have nothing but good times down there,” he added. “It’s always a treat to come.”
“Love the people, love the geography, a eat place for motorcycle trips, it’s close to our hearts,” Springsteen gushed.
The star then shifted the conversation into politics as he pondered a potential move.
“If Trump is re-elected – which he will not be; I’m predicting right now he’s gonna lose – if by some happenstance he should be, I’ll see you on the next plane,” Springsteen declared.
Springsteen made the remarks while plugging his upcoming album, “Letter to You,” due out next week, according to the Daily Mail.
Earlier this week, rocker Tommy Lee of Motley Crue has “threatened” to move back to his country of origin if President Donald Trump wins re-election in November.
During an interview with The Big Issue, the famous drummer said that Trump is “embarrassing” America in front of the world.
“Dude, I swear to God if that happens then I’m coming over to visit the UK – I’m out of here. I’ll go back to my motherland, go back to Greece and get a house on one of the islands,” Lee declared.
“The thing that stings the most is that I feel like we’re embarrassing. I feel like people in Europe and the rest of the world look at America and think: ‘What the f**k are you guys doing over there? Stop voting for celebrities and get someone real to run the country,’” he continued.
Lee went on to say that Trump will “do anything” to win the White House and urged people to get out and vote for a Biden landslide victory.
“This guy [Trump] is going to do anything to win. It’s going to be skullduggery, shenanigans, subterfuge,” he said. “And also, I feel that if we don’t come out to vote in the numbers we need for a landslide that’s not in his favor, he’s going to contest the election. I don’t think he’s going to want to leave the White House. This thing is not a lock. I don’t care what the polls say.”