Katy Perry and Jennifer Hudson used their powerful voices at the “30 Days to Victory” concert to show some major support for President Obama on Sunday.
Katy Perry had her hands full of Obama support… literally.
The “Wide Awake” singer got her nails painted with different symbols to represent her support for the president.
From the Democratic donkey to the president’s actual face being plastered on four of her fingers, Perry definitely made it known that she would be supporting the Democratic Party during the upcoming election.
“Appropriate nails,” the 27-year-old pop singer tweeted along with a photo of her pro-Obama manicure.
The “Teenage Dream” songstress couldn’t even hide her excitement to be playing in the president’s honor as she later tweeted, “Today I am so honored to play for the President!”
The day after her stellar performance she announced to all her followers why she wanted to show her support for the president.
“I sang for President @BarackObama last night because I believe in Equal Rights #ForAll #Vote,” she tweeted Monday night.
Katy wasn’t the only songstress who came out to sing for Obama, however, as Jennifer Hudson also hit the stage to show some support.
Hudson showed off her new slim figure in a fitted navy blue dress
The Dream Girl’s performance was powerful enough to blow the roof off the Nokia Theater.
Stevie Wonder also performed while George Clooney, Jon Bon Jovi, and the iconic Earth, Wind and Fire also attended the “30 Days to Victory” concert where Obama admitted that the performances of Monday night far outmatched his performance during the Wednesday night debates.
The president didn’t get to see the performances himself, but based on what he heard he understood that the show was spectacular.
“Everybody here is incredible professionals, they’re such great friends and they just perform flawlessly night after night,” Michelle Obama’s husband said as he spoke to the massive crowd.. “I can’t always say the same.”
Obama playfully referred to his less than impressive performance during the first Presidential Debate against Romney.
Tickets to the concert cost no less than $250, while some seats – obviously- cost more than others.
The president also had to rush over to another charity event in his honor which had 150 celebrity gusts gather around for a private dinner party.
The dinner took place at Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant WP24 and tickets were nearly $25,000.
Katy Perry and J. Hudson join an extensive list of celebrities including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, Vince Carter and many more who have been dedicated to hitting the campaign trail in support of President Barack Obama.