Katy Perry performed at an Obama campaign rally in Las Vegas on Wednesday, and the dress she wore might go far in influencing undecided voters.
The pop superstar has been very vocal in her support for President Obama this election season, and on October 24, she served as the opening act as a Sin City campaign rally. Perry wore a skin-tight white latex dress that was made to look like a voting ballot, with the box next to “Obama/Biden” selected over an empty box for Mitt Romney, reports Celebrity Gossip.
Taking the stage in Doolittle Park, Perry was dressed in a Democratic blue skirt while singing into a microphone that was made into a Statue of Liberty torch. Perry warmed up the crowd with “Let’s Stay Together,” eventually unzipping into the sexy white latex ballot dress that you can see above and below.
We don’t know if Perry’s look will sway undecided voters, who have been noted as the deal-breakers in this year’s tight presidential race. However, on the basest and most superficial level, that dress is certainly going to get the attention it’s after. Heck, it got mine.
You can check out photos of Katy Perry’s skin-tight white latex ballot dress below. Click to enlarge the gallery images. Below that, we’ve posted a video of the performance so that you can get a sense of the outfit in action. Make sure to leave us your vote on Katy Perry’s stunning dress: Would you vote yea or nay on the politically-themed look? Sound off below!
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