A report from Page Six surfaced earlier today that said advisers were urging President-elect Donald Trump to dance with Caitlyn Jenner at one of the many inauguration balls this Friday.
The reality star is now addressing the rumor.
“This is a ridiculous story,” a rep for Jenner tells PEOPLE. “There have been no discussions about who Caitlyn will or won’t dance with, or if she will dance at all. I can’t deal in hypotheticals and have no idea what any Trump aids hope happens. Of course, real question is if they danced, who would lead?”
Meanwhile, a source close to the star told PEOPLE on Wednesday that Jenner, who has been an advocate of nondiscrimination legislation, sees the event as an “an opportunity to represent and defend the LGBTQ community within the party.” Jenner was not invited by Trump but will be a guest of the American Unity Fund, a non-profit conservative organization dedicated to advancing the cause of freedom and equal opportunity for LGBTQ Americans. “Caitlyn sees this as a chance to bring attention to LGBTQ causes and she is committed to protecting human rights no matter the political party in power,” said the insider. “She has no problem speaking out if Republicans fail to protect equal rights.”