After Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton as the president elect, the pop star stood outside New York's Trump Tower with a sign that read "love trumps hate," a slogan used by the Clinton campaign. "I want to live in a #CountryOfKindness #LoveTrumpsHate," she captioned the photo. "He divided us so carelessly. Let's take care now of each other."
The "Born This Way" singer watched the voting numbers come in at the Javits Center in New York City, where Clinton was to give her acceptance speech had she won the election. Throughout the night, the 30-year-old musician posed with fellow Clinton supporters.
"In a room full of hope, we will be heard," she captioned a photo of herself with activist Deray Mckesson. "Stand up for kindness, equality, and love."
Clinton did not address the crowd at Javits Center on Tuesday night, but her avid supporter, Katy Perry, did take the stage. "Tonight my parents voted for Trump, but you know what? We will still all be sitting at the same table for Thanksgiving,” the "Roar" singer said. “And this is the moment we need to remember: that we all love our parents, and we all love our children. And I can rest easy knowing that both of my young nieces at home will never see themselves less than equal, anything other than equal.”
“So, remember, today is not just a finish line. It also marks the beginning of all the work we must come together to do,” Perry added. “We need everyone -- gay, straight, black, white, brown, spray-tanned, people of faith and people that just love. So let’s sing a song of unity. Let’s be one nation indivisible with a kick-ass president.”