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Lady Gaga Electrifies Crowd at Clinton Rally, Duets With Bon Jovi


"Hillary Clinton is made of steel. Hillary Clinton is unstoppable!"

At Hillary Clinton's final campaign rally last night in Raleigh, NC, Lady Gaga gave a rousing speech in support of the Democratic nominee, and was joined by Jon Bon Jovi to sing a duet of "Livin' On A Prayer." (Don't worry, she also found time to sing "Come to Mama" off of Joanne, though the audio of the recording is...faulty.)

"She stands before us today proud, like a lady. She's ready to be President," Gaga exclaimed with ferocity. "And by the way, I know that it is important for this mention too to be spread--that we do not need to hate his followers. If we are true Americans, then we must go from viewing his followers as our adversaries to viewing them as our allies."

She continued: "What I see in this remarkable woman is that she is ready to restore peace in this country. America is not America without its people. So I say, Hillary Clinton is the one."

Then, with an electric growl: "Hillary Clinton is made of steel. Hillary Clinton is unstoppable! Vote for the candidate that has the heart. It's an honor, tonight, for me to say, a 30-year-old woman from an Italian-American immigrant family, that I'm. With. Her!"

Check out Gaga's speech below, as well as footage of her duet with Bon Jovi and singing "Come to Mama." (Apologies for the audio quality on the last video...GO VOTE!)

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