This weekend Beyonce headlined a Democratic rally concert and openly declared their support for US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton ahead of voting date on 8th of November. Bloody hell, that’s so damn soon! Make sure you get your vote on guys.
At the rally Beyonce was quoted saying the following:
“I want my daughter to grow up seeing a women lead our country and knowing that her possibilities are limitless, and that’s why I am with her.”
— Doug Mills (@dougmillsnyt) November 5, 2016
And the royal OTP of pop aren’t the only pop stars who have come out on the side of Hillary. Just take a look at some of the big names who are part of her squad.
Camila Cabello infamously ended a performance earlier this year with the cheeky statement, ‘Don’t vote for Trump’.
The petite star has been very vocal about her opinions, as have the rest of Fifth Harmony…
Demi Lovato spoke out in support of Hillary Clinton at a convention this summer, declaring that the US needs a candidate who can improve mental health care, which is a matter close to her own heart.
“I stand here today as proof that you can live a normal and empowered life with mental illness … I’m proud to support a presidential candidate who will fight to ensure all people living with mental health conditions can get the care they need to lead fulfilling lives. That candidate is Hillary Clinton.”
Good old Cyrus did things the old fashioned way. She knocked on dormitory doors at George Mason University in the US last month to get people to vote for Hillary. TBH we would have just dropped dead on the spot if we had opened the door to her.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) October 22, 2016
The California gurl has been behind Hillary since the beginning of her campaign. She has tirelessly campaigned and performed at rallies in support of the Democratic party.
🎂Happy Birthday🎂 to our next great leader @hillaryclinton !!! This past weekend, I was honored to be able to sit down with Maya Harris, one of HRC's senior policy (aka plans for the future) advisors before joining the stage with Hillary the next day. I wanted to be more informed and educated on her plans and dreams for our country. I never want to be a puppet, and always want to feel my own purpose and ownership in everything I do. Maya and I, and some of my closest girlfriends, had the most incredible, eye-opening 3 hours of conversation about the future. We went over so many points and asked the hard questions on everything from gun control to birth control to health care to affordable education to a realistic approach in finding the middle class again. I was never raised with economic privilege and found money to be the main source of pain for my own family growing up, so I understand why there is a need for such change. I am still learning and educating myself on the world of politics and searching for every strand of authenticity buried deep in it. What I heard and experienced this weekend empowers me to believe that real change is possible and on the way! Ladies! There are so many incredible opportunities for us that are possible: equal pay, paid leave (you don't lose your job if you want to have a family) and YOUR choice to have a family when and if it's RIGHT FOR YOU! These are just some of the reasons I am standing with her and will continue to do so. Next year's election is one of the most important ones in decades, and the choices we make will have a profound effect on women for years to come. So, I stand with her for my daughters and their daughters, and beyond what time gives me. Get informed, get involved and become empowered! Strong women help create strong families! ❤️ See link in bio for 📷 from the weekend👗 by @bcompleted
The GaGanator is here for a woman president.
The queen of ponytails was delighted when she found out that Hillary would be running for president.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 12, 2015
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