Katy Perry Votes Naked In Latest Video To Turn Out The Vote For Hillary [VIDEO]
Katy Perry strips down to nothing in latest “Funny or Die” video in hopes of getting people out to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton.
“You know Nov. 8 is Election Day, and I’ve got some great news, this year you can look like shit when you vote,” the 31-year-old singer starts out saying in an almost two-minute long video designed to get people to the polls in November. (RELATED: Katy Perry Promises To ‘Vote Naked’ To Help Get Hillary Elected)
“Yep, I’ve briefly scanned the Constitution and nowhere does it say you can’t just roll out of bed and come to the polls in whatever state you woke up in,” Perry said. “In the name of democracy, any just out of bed look is A OK.” (RELATED: Can You Tell That Katy Perry Is Voting For Hillary Clinton?)
Perry goes through a long list of what you can wear to the polls and then rips off her clothes and stands there naked. Black censor boxes cover her chest and bottom.
Perry is quickly put in handcuffs by the police while insisting she “read the Constitution” and has “the right to vote naked.” She is then placed in a police car with fellow actor Joel McHale.
“Scratch that. Gotta wear clothes. My bad!” she says. “See you at the polls Nov. 8.”
Perry also shared a topless photo on her Instagram account from the video, with just the black censor box covering her chest. The text on the censor box read, “Please vote, with clothes.”
She captioned the photo, “Today, on #VoterRegistrationDay, I, @funnyordie and @rockthevote invite you to… click on the link in my profile #IRegistered.”
The singer tweeted Monday, “Tomorrow, I use my body as click bait to help change the world,” and shared a naked photo of herself with certain body parts on the top and bottom being blurred out.
TOMORROW, I USE MY BODY AS CLICK BAIT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD pic.twitter.com/1a2GMm6PMi
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) September 26, 2016
Perry has supported Clinton through her entire run for the presidency, speaking at numerous rallies and the Democratic National Convention.