by Chima Simone | Fri., Jun. 20, 2014 6:07 PM
Katy Perry is no stranger to mixing and mingling with politicians!
In addition to singing for President Barack Obama (and taking pics with him and her grandmother), the award-winning singer has also dined with the first lady, scolded an Australian opposition leader and lent her support to a Congressional candidate.
This time, the "Dark Horse" singer got cozy with Hillary Clinton at the former Secretary of State's book signing for her new memoir, Hard Choices.
All smiles while holding a copy of Clinton's political tome, Perry shared a photo on Instagram of the pair's powwow and revealed her offer to make the possible 2016 presidential candidate a campaign song, writing, "I told @hillaryclinton that I would write her a "theme" song if she needs it..."
The two were attending Google's Made With Code kickoff event. Held at a Manhattan loft with New York-area high school girls in attendance, the $50 million initiative seeks to introduce women to coding through a variety of activities.
Joking "Always cool to meet young fans. Hee hee hee #madewithcode photo by @flyingtv," the Mindy Project star was seemingly referring more to the former first daughter than she was the technology-driven young ladies.