Orlando Bloom Supports Girlfriend Katy Perry at Concert for Hillary Clinton

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor was spotted leaving Radio City Music Hall with his new lady

By Samantha Schnurr Mar 03, 2016 1:13 PMTags
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When kicking off a new relationship, it's often helpful to share the same political beliefs. It seems new couple Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are precisely on the same page when it comes to matters of the White House.

The "Roar" singer and her new beau proudly showed their support for the same Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, at the "Hillary Victory Fund: I'm With Her Concert" held at Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday night.

The show was a jam-packed celebrity soiree fitting for such a high-profile candidate. In addition to Perry, the concert also featured performances from Sir Elton John and Grammy nominee Andra Day as well as remarks from Oscar winners Julianne Moore and Jamie Foxx

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Joined by former president Bill Clinton and their daughter Chelsea Clinton, Hillary enjoyed the show from the audience as the stars spoke on topics ranging from women's rights to gun control, all in the hopes of rallying political support for the candidate. 


While he stayed mostly out of the limelight, Perry's new man was not far from the singer's side. He was photographed on his way out of the venue as his girlfriend signed autographs and posed for pictures, dressed in a vibrant shirt that read, "Hillary Clinton is a badass." It's pretty clear which name Perry will be picking in the voting booth come November—well, if Hillary earns the Democratic nomination that is. 

It's no surprise the actor would show up for his lady's latest project. They haven't let each other out of their sight since rumors sprung of a potential romance after the 2016 Golden Globe Awards. 

After they were spotted canoodling at an after-party, the two stars vacationed together in Hawaii and then took their romance to the Big Apple where they dined at The Polo Bar for two hours. All the signs and sights pointed to an obvious romantic development. 

"They seem to be getting serious and are an official couple," a source told E! News. "She calls him her boyfriend."

 Wednesday's concert was just another enchanted evening to add to their growing list.