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Miley Cyrus Surprises George Mason University Students in Push to Vote for Hillary Clinton

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Miley Cyrus campaigns for Hillary Clinton at George Mason University in Virginia (October 21, 2016)

Surprise! Miley Cyrus visited George Mason University on Saturday, October 22, to encourage students to vote for Hillary Clinton.

The "Wrecking Ball" singer, 23, who formerly supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, went door to door inside the dormitories of the Fairfax, Virginia, college to rally for the Democratic presidential nominee, 68.

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"Hello? How are you? I'm Miley," she said after knocking on freshman Jake Zartman's door, according to The Washington Post. "I'm here supporting Hillary. Are you going to vote?"

Clad in a red-and-silver striped dress, a furry blue jacket, a pink headband and an oversize blue bow across her chest, Cyrus trekked across the campus in hopes of overturning Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's prospects in the coveted swing state.

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"Your room is so cute!" she told another student, Page Six reported. "Sorry to come in with all these people. They're awesome people also excited for Hillary. Are you registered to vote? Are you voting here or are you from out of town? … I'm from Nashville but I actually just reregistered because I'm so excited to go on the day because I want the sticker."

The "We Can't Stop" entertainer, who is engaged to Liam Hemsworth, later shared two photos from her visit to George Mason on her Instagram account.

"Campaigned for @hillaryclinton today in GMU in VA encouraging young people to volunteer and vote!!!!" she captioned one of the shots of herself giving a thumbs-up to students from a dorm window.

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Campaigned for @hillaryclinton today in GMU in VA encouraging young people to volunteer and vote!!!! ???

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Cyrus is among numerous celebrities who have shown their support for Clinton. Earlier this year, Katy Perry (who endorsed Clinton for president last October) performed her songs "Rise" and "Roar" at the Democratic National Convention, where she urged viewers to "have an open mind and to use your voice."

See more of Cyrus campaigning for Clinton in the tweets below!

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