Miley Cyrus Hits the Dorms to Get Out the Vote For Hillary Clinton

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GMU student Katherine Quigley gets a visit from Miley Cyrus as Cyrus makes a campaign visit for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine in Northern Virginia at George Mason University on Oct. 22, 2016 in Fairfax, VA.   

Back when she was swinging on wrecking balls and licking hammers you would never have guessed Miley Cyrus would be acting as a surrogate for the potential first female president in U.S. history. But, there she was on Saturday, going door-to-door at the dorms at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, talking to students about the importance of getting out to vote on Nov. 8 and urging them to vote for democrat Hillary Clinton.

Cyrus, 23, who wore an appropriately patriotic red, white and blue outfit featuring a giant blue bow bikini top for the occasion was mobbed by students on campus as she made her way to the dorms.

Miley wasn't the only pop star out on the trail working for Clinton this weekend. Katy Perry knocked on dorm room doors at UNLV on Saturday drumming up support for Clinton on the first day of early voting in Nevada. Perry has also signed on perform at a Clinton rally on Nov. 5 in Philadelphia. In addition, The National will perform a get out the vote gig in their hometown of Cincinnati on Nov. 2 as part of the Clinton campaign's "Love Trumps Hate" initiative.

Jennifer Lopez and Jon Bon Jovi have signed on to perform for Clinton in the last few weeks of the election as well. According to the campaign scheduling siteBon Jovi is slated to perform in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27 and Tampa on Nov. 5, while Lopez will be in Miami on Oct. 29; no additional event details had been announced at press time.