Madonna officially endorsed Clinton in September.
The Queen of Pop Madonna made a surprise appearance at the Washington Square Park on the election eve and delivered an astonishing concert for the large crowd gathered for her.
“Meet me in Washington Square Park at 7:30. Let’s go hard for Hillary Clinton,” Madonna made an announcement through Instagram just hours before the concert.
The news spread via social media and people flocked to the park avoiding the cold temperature.
The 58-year-old singer danced through the crowd and stepped up to the small stage with just a few bare-bones musicians backing her. The crowd, comprised mostly of excited NYU students, cheered as she performed covers of John Lennon’s “Imagine” and Peter, Paul and Mary’s “If I Had A Hammer,” as well as her own songs “Rebel Heart” and “Like A Prayer.”
“Vote with your heart, vote with your mind, vote with your spirit, vote with your soul. Save the country, please,” Madonna urged for Clinton.
She closed the concert by extolling the talents of the Democratic candidate and telling the crowd, “We must keep America the great country that it is.”
Madonna has been supporting Clinton throughout the campaign and officially endorsed her in September.
“It was really quick. She summarized everything well,” New York Daily News quoted 19-year old NYU student Luana Psaros.
“It was just an intimate space with a lot of people,” she added.
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