A queen has just made her pick for president.
People magazine reports Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton got a last-minute seal of approval from Beyoncé Friday night at a star-studded get-out-the-vote concert held at Cleveland State University in Ohio, a state where Republican nominee Donald Trump has consistenly led in the polls.
Clad in a polka-dotted pantsuit that could only have been a hat tip to Clinton's signature silhouette, Beyoncé didn't just assert, "I'm with her!" — she made her appearance into a feminist statement.
"There was a time when a woman's opinion did not matter," she told the enthusiastic crowd. "If you were black, white, Mexican, Asian, Muslim, educated, poor, or rich — if you were a woman, it did not matter. Less than 100 years ago, women did not have the right to vote. Look how far we've come from having no voice to being on the brink of making history — again — by electing the first woman president. But we have to vote."
Her "again" was a reference to President Barack Obama being the first African-American POTUS.
Making her statement all the more pointed, the backdrop showed a famous quote by Hillary Clinton that was controversial when she first uttered it in the '90s: "I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession."
Hillary returned the favor, quoting Beyoncé's husband Jay Z, who also attended and performed. "And remember, Jay memorably said somethin' we should all recall: Rosa Parks sat so Martin Luther could walk, and Martin Luther walked so Barack Obama could run, and Barack Obama ran so all the children could fly."
Clinton warmly thanked the power couple, as well as all the other big-name musicians who appeared at the event, including Chance the Rapper, J. Cole, Big Sean.
The concert was aimed at spurring people to vote on November 8. Next up for the Clinton campaign, Katy Perry will rock Philly tonight; Jon Bon Jovi will rock Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sunday; and Madonna has teased a "very small acoustic concert" for Monday.