In a combined stint with Funny or Die media and Rock the Vote, an organization that panders to young American voters through cultural references and social media, Katy Perry strips down naked for a new advertisement to encourage Americans to vote this November.
The ad begins with the singer waking up with popcorn and a lollipop in her hair. While still in her pajamas, Perry explains why she’s strolling to the ballot booths the way she is. “Yup, I’ve briefly scanned the constitution,” she tells the camera, “and nowhere does it say you can’t just roll out of bed and come to the polls in whatever state you woke up in.”
However, it soon gets weird when Perry strips off her clothes in the name of the constitution, saying voting naked is okay. She is soon arrested and brought to a patrol car, where comedian Joel McHale is also sitting naked for a similar circumstance.
Perry earlier in the summer performed a new song, “Rise,” in honor and support of Hillary Clinton’s nomination at the Democratic National Convention. The video ad can be viewed below:
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) September 27, 2016
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