Katy Perry Wears a 'Nasty Woman' Shirt to Campaign for Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas

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Students in Sin City were in for a pleasant shock when pop superstar Katy Perry rocked up to their dorms over the weekend.
The singer, who celebrates her 32nd birthday on Tuesday, hit the campaign trail for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Saturday, the first day of early voting in Nevada.
Sporting a ‘Nasty Woman’ top, in reference to the last debate when Republican nominee Donald Trump referred to Clinton as such, the star knocked on students’ doors and chatted about the election.
“Thank you so much for being strong, powerful women with voices and for helping influence,” she told two women at her first dorm stop.

Perry then addressed a crowd gathered on campus, proudly introducing Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto.
“She [will be] the first Latina to ever serve in the United States Senate,” said Perry. “She has taken on already one of the toughest fights here in Nevada and that’s why she’ll be fighting for you, to protect women’s rights and workers’ rights.”
Pleading for students to vote early, Perry concluded the day’s activities by accompanying a first-time voter to the polls.
“Do not make any more excuses,” she urged students before leaving campus. “This affects us, this affects your children and their children. It doesn’t end here. It affects all of us for generations to come, so get out to vote.”
Perry recently took part in a Funny or Die sketch, which saw her getting arrested for voting naked. Check out the clip below!