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Hillary Clinton received the backing of pop star Adele on Tuesday evening, with the British singer telling fans she was "100 percent" behind the Democratic presidential candidate.
"I do know what to do - don't vote for him, that's all I'm saying," she said on stage in Miami, according to a recording by an NBC News reporter, referring to the Clinton's rival Donald Trump.
"Don't vote for him. I can't vote but I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton, I love her, she's amazing."
Born and raised in England, Adele is not eligible to vote in the November elections but gave her full backing to Clinton. In February this year, the Grammy winner asked for Trump to stop using her hits such as "Rolling in the Deep" and "Skyfall" at his political rallies. Neil Young, R.E.M and Aerosmith have all requested that their music not be used by Trump or his campaign.
Tuesday's event at the American Airlines Arena in Miami was attended by Clinton herself, who took a break from campaigning in South Florida to check out the concert, according NBC News 6.