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Lady Gaga praying for ‘peaceful Election Day’

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Lady Gaga says she’s praying that Nov. 8 doesn’t turn violent across the country.

“I just pray for a peaceful Election Day,” the “A-Yo” singer said Monday in a wide-ranging interview on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show.

“I hope we’re all respectful of each other, and loving, and remember we’re going to vote for different people,” she added.

{mosads}“Because there could be violence,” Stern chimed in.

“And there should not be violence that day,” the 30-year-old Grammy winner replied. “That should be a peaceful day when we all remember that we’re in this together. That’s all that I really hope for.”

Lady Gaga, who announced in a July Instagram post that she’s supporting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, appeared reluctant to discuss politics in a recent sitdown with the BBC.

When asked what Clinton might do for the country that GOP rival Donald Trump would not, Gaga said after a long pause, “I think she will do a good job.”

“Some people want to win races, other people want to be president of the United States and change people’s lives,” she said. “It’s about the intention.”

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