Katy Perry isn't the only one taking off her clothes to encourage people to get out and vote.

Madonna took to social media early Wednesday morning to share a naked selfie, not in a gratuitous fashion but in a way that's promoting Perry's same message: go out and vote this presidential election. Although Perry has made it clear she's voting for Hillary Clinton—she's been spotted on campaign stops—her Funny or Die video didn't advocate for one politician or the other. Madonna, however, is hoping people will vote for the democratic nominee.

"Im voting naked with Katy Perry!! Vote for Hillary. She's the Best we got!," she tweeted, adding American flag emojis. "Nude Voting series # 1."

Does that mean we'll be getting more pictures of a naked Madonna? 

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Perry teamed up with Funny or Die and Rock the Vote to release a hilarious video in honor of Voter Registration Day Tuesday. She admitted upfront that she was using her body as "click bait" to get young people to turn out to the polls Nov. 8.

"This year, you can look like s--t when you vote," the "Rise" singer said in the video. "Yup, I've briefly scanned the Constitution, and nowhere does it say you can't just roll out of bed and come to the polls in whatever state you woke up in. In the name of democracy, any 'just out of bed' look is A-OK."

But because Perry usually sleeps naked, she stripped out of her pajamas. "Yup, let those babies loose," she said, "'cause no one ever said—"

Before she could finish her sentence, two police officers approached her and arrested her for her public nudity display. They put her in a cop car where Joel McHale was also sitting.

"You too?" he asked. "Scratch that. Gotta wear clothes," Perry realized. "My bad!"

Madonna must have missed the memo.

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