Katy Perry Performs Concert For Barack Obama Ahead Of US Election

5 November 2012, 14:44 | Updated: 5 November 2012, 16:18

The 'Wide Awake' singer wore the President's 'Forward' slogan while singing on stage.

Katy Perry showed one final push of support for US President Barack Obama when she performed at a rally in Wisconsin ahead of this week's election.

The 'Teenage Dream' star has been open about her support for Obama's re-election campaign, and took to the stage at one final rally on Saturday night (3rd November) to rouse up support for the current President.

Katy took to the stage in a bright blue rubber dress, emblazoned with Obama's 'Forward' campaign slogan down one side, and performed several tracks including a cover of Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together'.

The 'Part Of Me' singer also made a pitch to those in attendance to give donations to those affected by the superstorm Sandy, which hit the east coast of the US last week.

View a picture of Katy Perry performing at the Barack Obama event below (Credit: Getty):

Katy is one of several celebrities to endorse Democratic candidate Obama alongside the likes of Beyonce, Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen, who is set to appear on stage with the President later today.

Katy Perry performs for the US President ahead of this week's election below (Credit: Getty):

Republican candidate Mitt Romney has also had support from the celebrity world from stars like Lindsay Lohan and Clint Eastwood.

The US presidential election takes place tomorrow (6th November).

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