Orlando Bloom Supports Katy Perry at Hillary Clinton Fundraiser Performance

Aren’t political rallies more of a third date kinda thing? Orlando Bloom joined rumored girlfriend Katy Perry in NYC on Wednesday, March 2, where the “Firework” singer brought her A-game to perform for a Hillary Clinton fundraiser.

Bloom, 39, was spotted arriving at Radio City Music Hall dressed in all black for the star-studded event, which also featured performances by Elton John and Grammy nominee Andra Day. Julianne Moore and Jamie Foxx were also on hand to lend their support.

The 31-year-old singer put on her patriotic best for the affair, wearing blue-and-white striped pants and a red, white and blue sleeveless tuxedo top that showed off her figure.

“I’m not voting for her because she’s a woman,” Perry said between songs, according to Variety. “I’m voting for her because she’s the right person for the job.”

The night also featured brief speeches from each of the three Clintons — Bill, Chelsea and Hillary herself — but Perry was vocal about her support throughout the show.

“We need a president who can do all parts of the job,” the “Roar” singer said, dedicating her song “Unconditional” to the Democratic presidential hopeful. “A person that is strong but also human, that loves humanity and looks out for us and our basic human rights and needs, which I can’t believe are still a question in 2016.” (This isn’t the first time Perry has campaigned for Clinton; in October, Perry performed at a rally in Iowa.)

Bloom’s public support for Perry comes just days after the pair were spotted hand in hand on a romantic hike at the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park in Kauai, Hawaii, on Saturday, February 27.

As Us Weekly previously reported, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor and the “Firework” singer first hit it off at a Golden Globes afterparty back in January, and have been inseparable ever since.

“Katy thinks [Orlando is] hot and cool,” a source told Us. “They’re having fun, but not putting any pressure on it.”

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