Lady Gaga and Jon Bon Jovi Support Hillary Clinton In election Eve Show


Lady Gaga and Jon Bon Jovi came out for supporting Hillary Clinton for her nomination for U.S. Presidency election and joined each other in the eve show on November 7, 2016.
ABC News broke the news that Clinton supporters have some big names who attended the midnight rally to cheer the presidential candidate in North Carolina's city Raleigh midnight on Monday. The gathering was celebrated as the last rally of elections campaign before it took place on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

It wasn't clear till last moment that Gaga would be joining other stars as a performer or would give a speech. The gathering by Bon Jovi was second Clinton rally in the same day and he had also appeared at a campaign show that was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A number of celebrities joined him in the evening including Bill Clinton and their daughter Chelsea. Besides the candidate's family, former US president Barack Obama along with his wife and Bruce Springsteen were also in attendance.

Lady Gaga ahead of the eve gig shared a post on Twitter in which she expressed her views on the election saying she's frustrated with Donald Trump who was Republican Party's nominee for the US presidency and Hillary's rival. She also expressed her frustration for Trump's wife Melania Trump who claims to take a stand against cyber-bullying and calls it her priority for stamping out the matter if she becomes next First Lady of the United States.

Addressing Malena, the singer wrote that her claim to stand for 'anti-bullying' is nothing more than hypocrisy. She added her husband is one of the most famous bullies they've seen. Besides, Beyonce and Jay Z also spoke up in favor of Hillary Clinton at her election campaign rally in Cleveland.
Speaking to the audience in the attendance, Beyonce said she wanted her daughter to grow up watching a lady lead the United States and realizing that there are unlimited possibilities waiting for her. The "Hello" star said people of the country have to think about the future of their children whether it’s their sons or daughters, while voting for the next president of America. Moreover, they have to think about the candidates and their future as much as possible; and this is the reason for why Beyonce is with Hillary Clinton and supporting her.

On the other hand, Jay Z who though did not take Trump's name even for a single time said he really did not want the other guy to lead the country. He can't be his president he wants to divide people. The rapper said the people of America are stronger together. He introduced Hillary Clinton as the next president of the country and said this was simply without further ado.

However, the star-dubbed campaign went failed as the U.S Presidency elections revealed an extremely unexpected results and Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in the election by getting 289 electoral votes and has been elected the new president of the country. Following the results, countless people including stars like Lady Gaga are protesting against the result on the streets of different cities of America but Clinton says they must accept the results and move on working together.
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