Katy Perry Offers to Write Hillary Clinton Campaign Theme Song

Katy Perry
Lauren Dukoff

Katy Perry photographed by Lauren Dukoff on April 17, 2014 at Sony Pictures in Culver City.

Maybe Hillary Clinton will take up Katy Perry's offer to write a campaign theme song.

The former Secretary of State, currently on a media tour to promote her book "Hard Choices," replied to the pop star's Friday offer, mentioning Perry's hit song "Roar." 

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Clinton, who has given high-profile interviews to ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News and CNN in the last several weeks, has been diligent about promoting her new book. (The politician has been so on-message, in fact, that the "Daily Show" ran a segment on June 18 noting the many times Clinton mentions the title of her book during a CNN town hall.)

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On Thursday, Clinton appeared in Los Angeles at The Grove's Barnes & Noble book signing, which included "Glee" actor Chris Colfer tweeting about getting a signed copy of the book. 

Perry may have to wait awhile longer before writing a campaign song. Clinton has been insistent in interviews that she has no plans to announce a run for president anytime soon, though she told ABC News' Diane Sawyer she'll make a decision by "the end of the year."

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