Lady Gaga looks radiant in a denim jumpsuit as she urges fans to vote for Joe Biden in Pennsylvania

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Lady Gaga will appear at a drive-in rally for Joe Biden in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to drum up support among battleground-state voters on Monday night.

And in the final days leading up to the US election on Tuesday, November 3, the singer is working hard to influence a state, previously won by Trump won in 2016. 

‘I AM SO EXCITED to be back in Pennsylvania! (Pittsburgh where I used to fly into to visit my grandma!). See you tomorrow at Joe’s rally! WE NEED EVERY VOTE PA – make a plan,’ she captioned a video of herself wearing a purple jumpsuit in the Steel City. 

Voting matters: Lady Gaga is working hard to drum up support for Joe Biden among voters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, days ahead of the US election

The Shallow crooner, 34, continued: ‘This election depends on you! ❤️ #Biden #vote.’  

While overlooking some spectacular city views on a cloudy afternoon, the 11-time Grammy winner beamed as she flipped her freshly blow-dried locks in the wind. 

Her latest political update comes one day after she shared an endorsement video for Barack Obama’s former vice president wearing a camouflage t-shirt and matching pants.

Making a change: While overlooking some spectacular city views on a cloudy afternoon, the 11-time Grammy winner beamed as she flipped her freshly blow-dried locks in the wind

Making a change: While overlooking some spectacular city views on a cloudy afternoon, the 11-time Grammy winner beamed as she flipped her freshly blow-dried locks in the wind

‘Hey, this is Lady Gaga. I’m voting for America, which means I’m voting for Joe Biden,’ the star said in a recording on Twitter. ‘And if you live in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Florida, or Arizona, I encourage you to vote.’ 

Additionally, she posted a throwback of herself in Pennsylvania, where she lived in Lancaster on Saturday.

‘I LOVE THIS STATE. I’m here now! This place is filled with good hearted people—good hearted people that @JoeBiden loves. He’s a good friend. He’s the President this country needs to bring us back together,’ she tweeted.  

Camouflage cool: Her latest political update comes one day after she shared an endorsement video for Barack Obama's vice president wearing a camouflage t-shirt and matching pants

Camouflage cool: Her latest political update comes one day after she shared an endorsement video for Barack Obama’s vice president wearing a camouflage t-shirt and matching pants

The living legend has been vocal throughout this election season and recently doubled her efforts in a highly produced video that showed the beauty back in her VMA meat dress and Poker Face bodysuit in order to get out the vote.

In an impassioned speech, Gaga – who already mailed in her own ballot – reminded her 44.8 million followers that ‘you can vote early but you can’t vote late’ and directed them to the Howtovote website.

Standing on a pitch black set, Gaga appears on the screen dressed in her legendary mirrored disco ball dress from her Monster Ball tour.

'I LOVE THIS STATE. I¿m here now! This place is filled with good hearted people¿good hearted people that @JoeBiden loves. He¿s a good friend. He¿s the President this country needs to bring us back together,' she tweeted

‘I LOVE THIS STATE. I’m here now! This place is filled with good hearted people—good hearted people that @JoeBiden loves. He’s a good friend. He’s the President this country needs to bring us back together,’ she tweeted 

‘So, the election… this coming Tuesday. We’re almost there,’ she hitmaker begins. Adding: ‘We need to talk.’  

First, Gaga applauded the over 85 million people who already cast their ballots in the election. ‘Thank you, thank you, thank you! You did your part and I love you for it,’ she said.

According to the US Elections Project, as of October 29, 85,419,780 people cast early votes with 30,518,913 in person and 54,900,867 via mail-in ballot.  

Now that she has your attention: Lady Gaga rocked some of her most infamous looks from over the years in a new video encouraging people to cast their ballot in the US presidential election on Tuesday November 3

Now that she has your attention: Lady Gaga rocked some of her most infamous looks from over the years in a new video encouraging people to cast their ballot in the US presidential election on Tuesday November 3

Then, swapping into her teal cutout bodysuit from the Poker Face music video, followed by her futuristic metallic look from her Super Bowl performance, Gaga explained that she was there to talk those who haven’t voted, were undecided or maybe don’t plan on voting.

‘I believe, no matter how you feel right now about the election, you are still accountable,’ she said.

‘Maybe you’re sick of all the fighting or you’re frustrated by COVID and don’t want to deal with it, or maybe you dislike all the candidates or maybe you feel so discouraged by the state of our nation that you decided you don’t believe in voting because you feel it’s better not to be a part of the system — the system you don’t like.’

‘If you want to change this system, if you want this country to be different than it is right now, you have got to participate in this election,’ Gaga continued.

VOTE! In an impassioned speech, Gaga – who already mailed in her own ballot – reminded her 44.8 million followers that ‘you can vote early but you can’t vote late’ and directed them to the Howtovote website

‘I believe, no matter how you feel right now about the election, you are still accountable,’ she said

For those struggling to find the will to get to the polls, Gaga was ready with a list reasons to encourage them to cast a ballot telling viewers that ‘anyone can find a reason to vote.’

‘Vote in honor of someone you love, vote in honor of someone who loves you. Vote in honor of someone you have lost, someone you know who would stand in line for hours at the polls but can’t because they are no longer with us,’ she said.

‘Vote in honor of all of the voices that have less power, or maybe vote for the future children whose voices have yet to be heard. The future voices who will inherit this home.’

'Vote in honor of someone you love, vote in honor of someone who loves you. Vote in honor of someone you have lost, someone you know who would stand in line for hours at the polls but can't because they are no longer with us,' she said.

‘Vote in honor of someone you love, vote in honor of someone who loves you. Vote in honor of someone you have lost, someone you know who would stand in line for hours at the polls but can’t because they are no longer with us,’ she said.

Gaga, who leans liberal and is a vocal advocate for LGBTQA+ rights, women’s rights, BIPOC, and sexual assault survivors joked that it was no secret who she was supporting.

‘Let’s be real, you know who I voted for,’ the singer quipped. ‘Even if you disagree with me, your vote still matters to the world.

Adding: ‘You can vote early but you can’t vote late. And Tuesday is your last shot.’

Gaga herself voted early this week and shared a video of herself dropping off her mail-in ballot in an official drop box. 

'Let's be real, you know who I voted for,' the singer quipped. 'Even if you disagree with me, your vote still matters to the world.'

‘Let’s be real, you know who I voted for,’ the singer quipped. ‘Even if you disagree with me, your vote still matters to the world.’

The star, who checked the Biden/Harris box, has been critical of President Trump and his policies.

Additionally, in 2017, Gaga teamed up with Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on a PSA to support sexual assault survivors – a cause near and dear to both their hearts.

‘I’ve never been shy to make my voice heard, I’ve said a lot of things in a lot of different ways, wearing a lot of different outfits, makeup, hats, dresses made out of meat, jumping off of stadiums, screaming on stage,’ she said to end the video.

‘I may have seemed to shift and change, but one thing that has never changed is my voice and what I believe. My voice will be heard this election. Will yours?’ 

'I may have seemed to shift and change, but one thing that has never changed is my voice and what I believe. My voice will be heard this election. Will yours?'

‘I may have seemed to shift and change, but one thing that has never changed is my voice and what I believe. My voice will be heard this election. Will yours?’

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