Katy Perry definitely knows how to put on a show. For the last year and a half, she's done so in the name of Hillary Clinton.
As a staunch supporter of the Democratic presidential candidate, the 13-time Grammy nominee has repeatedly used her fame and talent to push her 93 million followers to the polls in honor of the country's potential first female president.
Whether she was sporting nails with Clinton's campaign logo emblazoned on them, traveling across state lines to perform at campaign rallies, lending her songs to the candidate's commercials or stripping naked for a Funny or Die voting commercial, Perry has redefined what it means to stump for a White House hopeful.
With Election Day in full swing today, here's a look back at Perry's most memorable moments on the campaign trail:
Why just vote for Clinton when you can also look like her? Perry had fans doing multiple double takes when she dressed up as the 69-year-old politician for the holiday this year, complete with a signature red pantsuit, blond wig and face covered in prosthetics.
2. Voting in Her Birthday Suit
When it came time to mobilize young fans to register to vote, Katy did it in her birthday suit. "TOMORROW, I USE MY BODY AS CLICK BAIT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD," she quipped on Instagram the day before the video released.
In the humorous clip, Perry explained that there's no particular uniform for voting—you can arrive to the polls wearing almost anything. Of course, as she realizes in the video, you have to wear something. The video has collected over 4 million views so far.
On Oct. 25, Perry turned 32 years old and made one of her birthday wishes come true by casting her vote for the first female presidential candidate in American history while dressed up in an American flag-themed jacket, of course. The star's birthday happened to fall one day before Clinton's as she turned 69 years old on Oct. 26.
"GAVE MYSELF THE BEST BIRTHDAY PRESENT EVER BY VOTING TODAY Wish @hillaryclinton a Happy Birthday tomorrow with your EARLY vote," she wrote on Instagram. "#HBDTOME #HAPPYBIRTHDAYHILLARY #SCORPIOSISTERS."
4. Making a Fashion Statement
On one of the last days before the election, Perry headed to Philadelphia to perform in one of Clinton's final campaign rallies. However, it was the singer's custom jacket that did all of the campaigning for her.
Can you imagine opening your college dorm door and seeing an international pop star looking back at you? That happened in late October to a handful of students at University of Nevada, Las Vegas when Perry canvassed for Clinton on the first day of early voting in the state.
6. Lending Her Voice for HRC
Every national convention needs some music, so Perry took the stage at the Democratic National Convention in late July to perform her hits "Rise" and "Roar." The performances came just minutes ahead of Chelsea Clinton's introduction of her mother to officially accept the nomination.
"Both of my parents are pastors and staunch Republicans. I didn't finish high school and unfortunately, I don't have a formal education, but I do have an open mind and I have a voice," the singer told the excited crowd. "So, I'm asking you to have an open mind and to use your voice."
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