Again showing her support for Barack Obama, Katy Perry performed at the President's re-election campaign rally in downtown Milwaukee on Saturday (November 3).
With rock legend Bruce Springsteen also on-hand, the “Hot N Cold” hitmaker livened up the Delta Center venue while decked out in a purple, body-hugging ensemble with the word 'Forward' written from top to bottom.
She's used to making headlines for her run-ins with the law and family drama, but now Lindsay Lohan is getting everyone's attention with her recent political endorsements.
Earlier this month, the "Mean Girls" starlet spoke to E! News at a Los Angeles event about who her current Presidential choice was, saying, "I just think employment is really important right now. So, as of now, Mitt Romney. As of now."
Taking a break from the grind of the campaign trail, President Barack Obama sat down to chat last night (October 24th) on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
The current president dished on various topics, including the current election season, his wife, and the first presidential debate, which took place in Denver, CO on October 3rd. Many political pundits said that presidential candidate Mitt Romney won the first debate; President Obama told Leno, “It plays different on the TV than when you’re on the stage, clearly I had a bad night."
It’s no secret that the current election campaign has been more than a little intense, so it was good to see President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney cutting loose at the Alfred E Smith Memorial Dinner on Thursday night (October 18).
The Commander-in-Chief was all smiles as he mingled with distinguished guests at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, sporting a classic black tuxedo with a white bowtie.
It was another crucial evening for both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney as they faced off against each other in the second Presidential Debate.
And while both sides made their respective points effectively, some of our favorite celebrities had their own ideas about who came out on top while others seemed more interested in the comedic value of the whole ordeal.