Katy Perry, Elton John & Andra Day Perform at Hillary Clinton Radio City Benefit

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Katy Perry performs during a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at Radio City Music Hall on March 2, 2016 in New York City.

"HILLARY CLINTON IS A BADASS" read Katy Perry's t-shirt after the singer performed at the sold-out "I'm With Her" Clinton fundraiser concert at Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday. 

 

Nuff said.

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Perry joined fellow entertainers and Clinton supporters Elton John, Andra Day, Jamie Foxx and Julianne Moore to fete the Democratic front-runner after her big wins on Super Tuesday and to help raise money for the Hillary Victory Fund as Clinton seeks to clinch the nomination while setting her sights on the increasingly likely Republican candidate Donald Trump.

ABC News reports that John played an eight-song set that included "Tiny Dancer," "Your Song" and "Still Standing," which he dedicated to Clinton. "This is a very important year for America and she's the only hope you have," the Brit warned.

Day performed her biggest single "Rise Up" and Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" and Perry closed out the night with songs including "Roar" and "Unconditional."

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“I sing this next song for her because I do believe this woman shows unconditional love,” Perry said of Clinton, who was in the audience. Bill and Chelsea Clinton were in attendance as well; at one point the former President took the stage to proclaim of his wife, “I want you to stay with her. Nominate her!"

But there was one other famous couple sighting at the event to set tongues a-wagging even more than the Clintons: Perry and her presumed new beau, actor Orlando Bloom, who was seen leaving the venue after the show. It's unconfirmed if he was there to support Clinton or just Katy.

 


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