Miley Cyrus to Stump for Hillary Clinton in Virginia, Katy Perry Will Take Voters to Polls in Vegas

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Miley Cyrus photographed in 2016.

Miley Cyrus is definitely #WithHer. The singer and The Voice coach will be at a rally Saturday in Virginia and will go door-to-door on the campus of George Mason University to tell people about Clinton's plans, according to NBC 4 in Washington, speaking to students about "the high stakes in this election for millennial voters," the Clinton campaign said in a press release.

Though Cyrus supported Sen. Bernie Sanders in the democratic primaries, she recently spoke out vehemently to Berners recently about the imperative nature of voting for the former Sec. of State, saying if they weren't planning to vote for Clinton they are "f---ing crazy." Cyrus joins a growing list of A-listers who are making the push for Clinton in the final weeks of her campaign against opponent Donald Trump.

She announced the news in her inimitable style.


After agreeing to Katy Perry has signed on perform at a Clinton rally on Nov. 5 in Philadelphia, Perry has added two more dates to her stump schedule, with three appearances on Saturday in Nevada: canvassing on the UNLV campus in Las Vegas, attending a Get Out the Early Vote rally and taking first-time voters to the polls. 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.

UPDATE: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Cyrus would be joined at the Virginia rally by Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine.


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