Katy Perry wears skintight 'ballot' dress, other outfits at Obama rallies (Photos)
Katy Perry has long supported President Barack Obama and his current bid for re-election and has over the past few weeks performed at several of his campaign events, during which she showcased, in true Katy style, a slew of election-themed outfits.
Here is a summary of four of her most recent looks:
At a Las Vegas rally on October 24, she wore a white, skintight mini-dress that resembles a ballot, with Obama's name marked and Republican candidate Mitt Romney's left blank, as well as a dark blue and white career dress, complete with a blue tie and torch-shaped microphone.
At a similar event in Milwaukee on November 3, the pop star wore a a dark blue mini-dress that featured the president's campaign slogan - "Forward." At the latter event, she also performed in a short, white dress with red, white and blue chiffon ribbons, blue sparkling stars and red stripes.
The pop singer, who recently celebrated her 28th birthday, recently shared with her some 28.6 million Twitter followers a photo of herself, wearing a cream and burgundy-printed maxi dress, posing with her grandmother and Obama.
"May I exclusively present what might be the cutest photo ever taken: Me, Gma & POTUS! Happy voting tomorrow!" Perry wrote on Monday.