Lady Gaga returns to her iconic outfits in get-out-the-vote video
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Lady Gaga is sporting some of her iconic fashion choices to urge Americans to vote in the presidential election.

The “Stupid Love” singer posted a video to her more than 82 million Twitter followers on Friday, telling them, “I believe no matter how you feel right now about the election, you are still accountable.”

“Maybe you’re sick of all the fighting or you’re frustrated by [COVID-19] and don’t want to deal with it. Or maybe you dislike all the candidates. Or maybe you feel so discouraged by the state of our nation that you’ve decided you don’t believe in voting because you feel it’s better not to be a part of the system.”

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“If you want to change this system, if you want this country to be different than it is right now, you have got to participate in this election,” the 34-year-old performer says while wearing a variety of her most recognized outfits from throughout her career, including her 2017 Super Bowl halftime show get-up and the infamous “meat dress” from the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.

“When they announce who has won the election, it will be very clear what this country has become,” Gaga, born Stefani Germanotta, says into the camera, ahead of the Tuesday vote.

While several celebrities have vowed to leave the country if President TrumpDonald TrumpUN meeting with US, France canceled over scheduling issue Trump sues NYT, Mary Trump over story on tax history McConnell, Shelby offer government funding bill without debt ceiling MORE wins reelection, the Grammy Award winner says, “The government is not going away tomorrow, and unless you have a plane ticket and somewhere you’re going to live, this is going to be your home.”

“I’ve never been shy to make my voice heard. I’ve said a lot of things in a lot of different ways, wearing a lot of different outfits, makeup, hats, dresses made our of meat,” she adds.

“I may have seemed to shift and change, but one thing that has never changed is my voice and what I believe.”