Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry will be stumping for Hillary Clinton at voters polls for the 2016 election. Singer and coach on The Voice, Cyrus announced that she is #WithHer via Twitter this past Thursday (Oct. 20).
Cyrus will be joining Clinton’s running mate, Senator Tim Kaine, at a rally on Saturday this upcoming Saturday (Oct. 22) in Virginia. According to NBC 4, the singer will also be going door-to-door on the George Mason University campus to inform students of Clinton’s plans and the “high stakes” in the election for millennial voters.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) October 20, 2016
The singer originally supported Senator Bernie Sanders in the democratic primaries but seems to have changed her tune since then. Cyrus also spoke out to Sanders recently about just how important it is to vote for Clinton and that by not doing so they are “f***king crazy.” She is joining the numerous A-list celebrities who are rooting for Clinton instead of Trump in the final weeks of the election.
Katy Perry is also scheduled to perform at a rally for Clinton in Philadelphia on Nov. 5 and has included two more stump dates in her schedule. She will be making three appearances in Nevada on Saturday, at the UNLV campus in Las Vegas, a Get Out the Early Vote rally, and bringing first-time voters to the polls herself according to Billboard.
The National will also be performing at a related show for Clinton’s “Love Trumps Hate” initiative in their Cincinnati hometown on Nov. 2.
In addition to Perry and The National, Jennifer Lopez and Jon Bon Jovi will also be performing for Clinton’s campaign in the last few weeks leading up to the election. The campaign scheduling site reports that Jovi will be playing on Oct. 27 in Pittsburgh, as well as Tampa on Nov. 5. Lopez is slated to perform in Miami on Oct. 29, but no more details are available at this time.