Numerous celebrities have made it clear that they don't support Donald Trump's presidential campaign, but only a few have gone above and beyond to actively campaign against the GOP candidate. Here are 7 getting creative to urge Americans to vote for somebody else.
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Katy Perry The "firework" singer lent her voice — and her body — to the Rock the Vote campaign recently, shooting a pro-poll-attendance video for Funny or Die.
The director launched the "Save The Day" campaign with a star-studded ad that encourages people to go out and vote. In conjunction, he released a star-studded video titled "Important" and although it doesn't mention either candidate by name, it does reference "a man whose signature move is firing someone," as well as describing one of the candidates as "a racist, abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society."
The Prophets of Rage guitarist teamed with Ryan Harvey and Ani DiFranco to record "Old Man Trump."
The song was originally an unfinished Woody Guthrie protest piece intended for his landlord who happened to be Fred Trump, Donald's father.
Harvey told the Guardian: “You’ve got Donald Trump talking about making America great again ... and so here’s Woody Guthrie, one of the definers of American history, coming out after his death and saying ‘No, it wasn’t a great era and in fact your father was part of the problem.’”
Eminem is known for not holding back when it comes to diss tracks, but this time he let it all out in a track titled "Campaign Speech" -- eight minutes of anti-Trump freestyle, among other topics like Trayvon Martin and Colin Kaepernick.
"A f---ing loose cannon, who's blunt with his hand on the button who doesn't have to answer to no one," raps Eminem. "Great idea."