Katy Perry Performs Free Concert To Support Hillary Clinton: “I Am Using My Voice”


Katy Perry roared for Hillary Clinton at a get-out-and-vote concert in Philadelphia on Saturday.

Election day is awfully close, and Clinton is pulling out the big guns to ensure she's the next President of the United States. On Friday, she joined Jay Z and Beyonce on stage in Ohio, then on Saturday made a stop in Philly where Katy Perry took the stage.

“I love the message, when you get knocked down, which everybody does, the message is, ‘Get back up’,” Clinton said when introducing Perry, who walked out to Janet Jackson's "Nasty," a clear dig at Clinton's opponent Donald Trump, and wearing a blue cape that said: "I'm with Madame President."

Perry noted she had received criticism for campaigning for Clinton by only singing. “I am using my voice,” she quipped.

"I agree with many of her informed, educated policies," Perry told the audience. Later, "we're all together in this. No matter who you are or where you come from. She'll be a President for all of us."

Watch Clinton and Perry's speeches, as well as the pop star's performance below:

Clinton is also using Perry's "Roar" as the theme song for her final campaign ad that will be running in battleground states:

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