Copy Katy Perry's Obama-Themed Manicure

10/11/2012 at 04:00 PM ET

Katy Perry Obama Manicure
Courtesy Katy Perry; Inset: BEImages

Some people support their candidate by donating money, others by slapping a bumper sticker on the car and a few even host fundraisers. But Katy Perry shows her support in a slightly different way: with her nails.

The queen of over-the-top talons flaunted her allegiance to the President earlier this week with a manicure that featured Barack Obama’s face, Democratic donkeys and patriotic stars and stripes. She debuted the left-leaning look at a fundraiser in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Tweeting a picture along with the caption, “Appropriate nails.”

Of course, the mani wasn’t the only way Perry lent support to the cause. She also performed at the fundraiser and shared on Twitter, “Today I am so honored to play for the President!”

MinxTastingRoom.com is selling the decal designs Perry wore for $19.95. And supporters of Mitt Romney don’t have to feel left out because the site is also offering Republican versions of the mani, complete with the former governor’s mug and little elephants. Tell us: Do you like Katy’s nails? Would you ever support your candidate this way?

–Jennifer Cress

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dayoomy on

Hi my name is deem I am from Korea I love k-pop and amrican and britan I like pop all pop I love Katy Perry sooo much anyoo ^_^

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