In the last hours before Election Day, Lady Gaga joined Hillary Clinton in North Carolina for the presidential candidate's final campaign stop.
Decked out in the same jacket that Michael Jackson wore to the White House in 1990, Gaga delivered an impassioned speech urging Americans to get out and vote. "We want you to stand up," she said. "Be a part of history."
Even though she's 100 percent #WithHer, Gaga noted that building peace between parties should be a top priority in the months to come. "If we are true Americans, then we must go from viewing [Trump's] followers as our adversaries to viewing them as our allies," she said. "America is not America without its people."
Gaga took a moment to perform her new song "Come to Mama" at the rally. She also got to duet with Jon Bon Jovi on his hit single "Livin' on a Prayer."
With both Queen Bey and Mother Monster on her side, Clinton has some powerful allies in the race to the White House.