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23 October 2012, 14:56
The 'Part Of Me' star will play a second date to show her support for the president's reelection campaign.
Katy Perry has confirmed she will be performing to support US President Barack Obama later this week as the presidential election draws near.
The 'Teenage Dream' singer will take to the stage in support of Obama on Wednesday (24th October), the democratic representative in this year's election, which will be her second performance in support of the president's campaign for reelection.
"VEGAS! I'm performing for @BarackObama again WEDNESDAY!" Katy tweeted last night (22nd October). "Celebrate getting your early vote on."
The event is part of the America Forward rally at Doolittle Park in Las Vegas and follows this week's final electron debate between Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
Earlier this month (7th October) Katy performing alongside a bill of artists like Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson and Jon Bon Jovi at a fundraising event in Los Angeles for Barack Obama.
Katy spent time in New York City last week when she was spotted out celebrating John Mayer's 35th birthday, amid reports the two recently reconciled after a rumoured split.
View a picture of Katy Perry performing live at a Barack Obama fundraising concert earlier this month below (Credit: Splash):
'Your Body Is A Wonderland' singer joined 'Firework' star Katy on Friday evening for a Halloween themed pre-birthday celebration ahead of her own celebrations this Thursday (25th October) to mark Katy turning 28.
Katy Perry is currently working on her third studio album, the follow-up to 2010's 'Teenage Dream'.