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Adele Urges Fans to Vote for Hillary Clinton Instead of Donald Trump at Recent Concert

by Cailey Lindberg   Oct 26, 2016 16:19 PM EDT

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Adele is joining the throngs of celebrities who are urging fans to vote for Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump. While the singer is British and unable to vote in the U.S. election, she still felt the need to speak out.

Clinton attended the singer’s concert this past Tuesday night (Oct. 25) at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. Adele is currently touring in support of her third album, 25.

“Don’t vote for him, that’s what I’m saying,” the singer said after endorsing Clinton as a presidential candidate.

She urged fans to turn away from Trump because American politics effect her too. “I can’t vote but I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton. I love her.”

In addition to Adele, Katy Perry was also recently stumping for Clinton on the UNLV campus, surprising students with a knock on the door and reasons why they should choose the Democratic candidate.

Miley Cyrus, originally a Bernie Sanders supporter, also joined Clinton’s running mate, Senator Tim Kaine, at a rally this past Saturday and made her stumping rounds at the George Mason University campus.

The National will be performing at a “Love Trumps Hate” initiative in Cincinnati on Nov. 2, and Jennifer Lopez and Jon Bon Jovi have also signed on to perform at campaign events in the last few weeks before the election. According to the campaign scheduling site, Jovi will be performing in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27, and in Tampa on Nov. 5. Lopez will be performing in Miami on Oct. 29.

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