Singing the President's praises! Katy Perry wears skin-tight dress emblazoned with Obama slogan at Wisconsin rally
15:47 GMT, 4 November 2012
Katy Perry used her flawless figure to rally support for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign.
The Firework singer was the main attraction, after the President of course, at a political rally on Saturday inside the Delta Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Katy, 28, wore two different red, white and blue dresses on stage, including one with the president's 'Forward' slogan emblazoned down the front.
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Rallying support: Katy Perry wore an unforgettable dress to a campaign rally for President Barack Obama on Saturday in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
She started out in a patriotic number with ribbons draped around it, similar to the piping on a large cake.
After her first song, which was a cover of Al Green's soul hit Let's Stay Together, Katy peeled off the dress to reveal a bright blue rubber outfit with 'Forward' written on it.
Fashion forward: Katy's rubber dress was emblazoned with Obama's 'Forward' slogan down the front
Girl power: Katy and her colour coordinated female backup dancers electrified the crowd
Getting a workout: Katy and her dancers pulled out all the stops for the Wisconsin crowd
Dip it low: Katy and company pulled off a series of impressive dance moves
It should be noted, 'Forward' is also Wisconsin's state motto, and it is sometimes called The Badger State.
Katy completed the attention-grabbing look with sparkling champagne colored heels, bright red lips and wore her brunette hair styled in loose curls.
Midway through her set, she urged the audience to make donations to the victims of Superstorm Sandy.
VIDEO: Katy sings the President's praises!
Quick change artist: Katy initially took the stage in a patriotic dress that featured red, white and blue ribbons
Dressed down: President Obama's outfit wasn't quite as impressive as Katy Perry's two ensembles
Hot ticket: A massive crowd turned out to watch Katy perform and to hear the president speak
President Obama, who wore his usual dark colored trousers and a checkered cotton shirt, later took the stage and rallied the massive crowd.
He told supporters: 'You know I'm working hard because my voice is getting a little raspy.'
Both the president and his Republican rival Mitt Romney have been battling for votes in Wisconsin which is among a handful of battleground state's that could decide the outcome of Tuesday's election.
He's got her vote: Kerry Washington encouraged Floridians to vote for Obama on the final day of early voting on Saturday
Joining forces: Eva Longoria also drummed up support for Obama at a rally in Las Vegas on Thursday