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Perry, GaGa and Eva Longoria are delighted that Obama wins a second term, Bieber congratulates the re-elected president, but Donald Trump and Victoria Jackson are furious with the election results.
The musicians backed up the President and gave their performances to boost his campaign infront of thousands of supporters.
The 'One That Got Away' songstress and the British comedian ignore each other while sitting in opposite sides at Staples Center, Los Angeles.
Katy channels her inner vampire at the Magic Castle, while John dresses up as the undead hunter wearing a bullet belt across his shoulder.
To the winning bidder Steve Tisch, the 'Wide Awake' singer jokingly says, 'I'm going to have sex with you.'
The 'Teenage Dream' hitmaker covers Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together', while Stevie Wonder inserts his endorsement to Barack Obama in 'Superstition' lyrics.
Chris Daughtry appears without the band in the clip as he sings in a field while watching a couple who's in love.
'Sons of Anarchy' stars and celebrities who worked with Johnny on other TV shows have since poured condolence after learning about his death.
Thanks to her multiple record-breaking achievements, Katy is set to receive the award at the Billboard Women in Music event, following the footsteps of Taylor Swift, Beyonce Knowles and Fergie.
The 'Wide Awake' songstress is one of the artists who will take part at the '30 Days to Victory Concert' in Los Angeles on October 7.
The couple, who was rumored splitting after a brief romance, was seen together at a restaurant in Los Angeles.
The celebrity couple is cuddling and stealing kisses while watching such acts as Purity Ring, Sleigh Bells and M83 performing on stage.
Kid Rock will continue to support the Republican Vice-President candidate on his fundraising crusade next week along with Trace Adkins and Journey.
The 'Call Me Maybe' hitmaker bewitches the crowd with her catchy hit single, ending her solo performance in an impromptu flash mob that includes The Wanted.
Rumor has it, Miley Cyrus is also out of the contention for being a judge on the FOX reality show since she never seriously considered the gig.