Katy Perry Introduces Obama to Her Grandmother (PHOTO)

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Katy Perry isn't the only Obama fangirl in the family.

After stumping for President Barack Obama at several rallies during his re-election campaign, Perry treated her grandmother, Ann Hudson, to a special meet-and-greet with the leader of the free world. "May I exclusively present what might be the cutest photo ever taken: Me, Gma & POTUS!" Perry tweeted on Monday. Happy voting tomorrow!"

But the pop star's granny already voiced her choice for POTUS last month. "Check out my 91-year-old grandma @ the polls for early voting in Las Vegas, NV!" Perry tweeted on Oct. 30. "U got no excuse!"

Along with Hollywood honchos like Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder, Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen, Perry has given Obama a final star-power push ahead of Election Day.

Donning O's "Forward" slogan on a skintight blue frock, the "Wide Awake" singer lent her voice at to the Commander-in-Chief at a rally in Milwaukee, Wis., on Saturday. And just two weeks ago, Perry hit the stage — in a white latex dress designed as a ballot — at an "America Forward" campaign event for Obama in Las Vegas' Doolittle Park.

"So tonight was a great night!" Perry tweeted after the concert. "The PRESIDENT gave grandma and I unforgettable shout outs & now I am officially 28! Best. birthday. ever."

And in early October, Perry joined Jennifer Hudson, Jon Bon Jovi, Earth, Wind & Fire and Stevie Wonder to sing on behalf of Obama at the "30 Days to Victory" concert fundraiser in Los Angeles, Calif. And that night, Perry flaunted her political persuasion not in her fashion, but with nail art — a manicure adorned with Obama's portrait, the Democratic donkey and red, white, and blue stars and stripes.

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