US Election: Jennifer Lopez shows her support for Hillary Clinton
TVC E. Singer Jennifer Lopez has shown her support for Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton by flaunting her most famous asset in a raunchy concert performace.
The Latino superstar raised her arms with ex-husband Marc Anthony and Clinton before performing at the Get Out The Vote concert in Miami, Florida.
Political videos flashed on the screen behind Lopez, showing rainbow flags, a white police officer hugging a black man and a clip from Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic convention.
Anthony described the election as a “historic moment for Latinos”, urging them to vote in record numbers.
With just two weeks to go until election day, other stars showing their support for Clinton include Meryl Streep, Lady Gaga, George Clooney, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian
Katy Perry also rallied supporters of Clinton at a convention in Iowa last week.
Katy and Hollywood hunk boyfriend Orlando Bloom won best costume hands down when they dressed as Clinton and Donald Trump at Kate Hudson’s glitzy Halloween bash.
The latest campaigning comes as angry Clinton demanded the FBI “release all the information that it has” on a new email probe threatening her Presidential campaign.
The Democrat candidate held a sudden press conference to deal with the FBI bombshell that threatens to derail her train to the White House.
She demanded that the FBI director James Comey explain what has happened to the American public and publish all the relevant material.
She said she did not know “what to believe” regarding what she called “rumours” that the new information came from trusted Aide Huma Abedin’s laptop – a device she reportedly shared with disgraced ex-Rep Anthony Weiner.
Speaking at Roosevelt High School in Des Moines – where she held an event meant to stress women’s issues, she said: “We are 11 days out from perhaps the most important election of our lifetimes.