With religious freedom, could a professional singer be forced to sing lyrics she believed to be immoral?

In general, does religious freedom protect us from coerced advocacy of actions that violate our moral conscience?
Update: For those who say no one can force a singer to sing, suppose a court fined the singer a large amount of money for refusing to sing, or put her in jail. Compatible with religious freedom?
Update 2: Let's stipulate that the singer is not under contract, and it is the refusal to sing (or to sign a contract to sing) that is at issue. This would parallel the cases of a photographer refusing to sign on to take pictures, or a baker refusing to bake a special cake, for a parody wedding. The photographer paid... show more Let's stipulate that the singer is not under contract, and it is the refusal to sing (or to sign a contract to sing) that is at issue. This would parallel the cases of a photographer refusing to sign on to take pictures, or a baker refusing to bake a special cake, for a parody wedding. The photographer paid $7000 in court costs, and the baker was driven out of business.
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