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Update, 11/5: Last night, Beyoncé and Jay-Z gave their enthusiastic endorsement of Hillary Clinton at the #GetOutTheVote concert in Cleveland, Ohio. The celeb couple hung out with the presidential candidate during the rally, before taking the stage to voice their support.
.@Beyonce &@S_C_ &Hillary &You?https://t.co/3TKJ4H68Kz pic.twitter.com/DAxSZLuQUBNovember 5, 2016
Before delivering an epic performance (we'll get to that), Beyoncé gave a rousing speech in which she urged the audience—women in particular—to exercise their right to vote, and let it be known with no uncertainty that she is fully on team HRC:
Beyonce: I want my daughter to see a woman lead the country https://t.co/hFL5AvZ0Cx pic.twitter.com/rJYLdQLTQRNovember 5, 2016
Queen Bey closed out the show (and probably secured the Beyhive vote for Hillary Clinton) with a performance of "Formation" and "Freedom," during which she and her dancers all rocked Hillary-esque pantsuits.
Presenting Beyonce and Hillary Clinton pantsuit dancers pic.twitter.com/GutGjfQAkLNovember 5, 2016
And during "Run the World," she incorporated a Hillary Clinton quote perfectly. 👌
Blue Ivy, lucky four-year-old that she is, got to watch it all go down from backstage:
Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton hugged; Beyoncé, Hillary Clinton, and Jay-Z hugged; Jay-Z and Beyoncé shared a kiss on stage... Basically, it was the magical night that we all needed with just a handful of days left before the election.
Breaking news: it appears as though Beyoncé is taking time out of her busy schedule of slaying to win Hillary Clinton this election. Because let's be real: even the undecided voters among us can agree that Bey has more influence than any politician.
CBS News (opens in new tab) reports that Beyoncé will join her Instagram Husband Jay Z (opens in new tab) at a free concert in Ohio on Friday. Will they perform "Drunk in Love" while Hillary awkwardly stands next to them? That remains to be seen. Either way, the concert (which also includes performances from Katy Perry and John Legend) is reportedly aimed at millennials and African-Americans, and will surely inspire the Beyhive to get out and vote.
There isn't a war this army hasn't won, so expect big things.
Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.
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