Apparently you can wear almost anything to the polls, but you can’t wear nothing! In a new Funny or Die sketch released on Tuesday, the morning following the first presidential debate, Katy Perry tries to inform her fellow Americans about their rights regarding voter attire.
“You know, November 8th is Election Day, and I’ve got some great news,” the “Firework” singer tells the camera, rolling out of bed in American flag PJ’s with popcorn and lollipops stuck in her hair. “This year, you can look like s**t when you vote.”
She goes on to talk about the different looks Americans could rock on their way to cast their vote.
“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,” she said. “In the name of democracy, any just-out-of-bed look is A-OK!”
There were several rumpled looks to choose from, but when it came to Perry, she didn’t hesitate to share she prefers to sleep in the buff.
“If you’re like me, I sleep naked. Let those babies loose,” the pop star declared, ripping her clothing off.
Unfortunately, the police didn’t quite agree with Perry’s definition of the Constitution. They arrested her and thrust her into a cop car next to a nude Joel McHale.
“You too?” he asks.
“Scratch that, gotta wear clothes. My bad,” Perry shouts out the car window. “See you at the polls November 8th!”
Perry teased the video drop late Monday, telling her millions of followers, “Tomorrow, I use my body as click bait to help change the world.”
For more on Perry’s political views, watch below: