Lady Gaga says Hillary Clinton is made of steel during her speech at Clinton's midnight rally in Raleigh, North Carolina the night before Election Day.
Walking up to the mic in sunglasses and a stone-cold demeanor, Gaga commanded the crowd when she pile drived Donald Trump (though never by name) and his divisive campaign then raised Clinton with soaring applause.
"Be a part of history," Gaga told the crowd. "What I’m asking you is to be in this moment, right now with us. Fight for your future and the future of our children."
She also jumped into several performances, including Joanne cut "Come To Mama," "Bad Romance" and a duet with Jon Bon Jovi of "Livin' On A Prayer." Watch below:
— CNN (@CNN) November 8, 2016
"Let's have a peaceful election tomorrow."
Also worth noting... Gaga rocked Michael Jackson's jacket he wore to the White House in 1990.
Lady Gaga is wearing Michael Jackson's outfit that he wore to the White House in 1990 pic.twitter.com/whahWLFgAu
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