Wear Your PoliticsKaty Perry, Beyonce & more celebrities support Obama through fashion Mike Munoz10.31.12Wear Your PoliticsKaty Perry, Beyonce & more celebrities support Obama through fashion Beyonce recently wore “Obama” hoop earrings, and Katy Perry dressed as a ballot at an Obama rally. See other celebs who wear their politics on their sleeves. Mike Munoz10.31.12 12:24 AM ETBeyoncé recently wore “Obama” hoop earrings, and Katy Perry dressed as a ballot at an Obama rally. See other celebs who wear their politics on their sleeves. Fame PicturesBeyoncéSinger Beyoncé Knowles was recently seen wearing these hoop earrings that spell out “OBAMA.” Approximately 1,300 pairs of the earrings have been sold since these photos hit the Web. John GurzinskiKaty PerryPerry performed at an Obama campaign rally in Las Vegas, in a dress with a presidential ballot printed on it – and unsurprisingly, it looks like her vote is cast for Barack Obama. Perry also recently painted her nails in support of the President. Jason MerrittVictoria RowellIn 2009, The Young and The Restless actress Victoria Rowell showed up to the 61st Primetime Emmys wearing this custom made gown with Barack Obama’s face on it. Getty ImagesAlicia KeysAlicia Keys performed at the “Black Ball” in 2008 at Smith Square in London in support of the “Keep A Child Alive” HIV/AIDs charity. She also showed her support of President Barack Obama by wearing this black dress with his face across her chest. Frazer HarrisonKim WhitleyComedienne Kim Whitley wore this purple “Barack Obama 08” blouse as she attended to 2008 BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. MARK RALSTONNancy JuddEnvironmentalist Nancy Judd showed her support of President Barack Obama and still managed to stay green when she wore this dress made entirely of recycled campaign materials (Judd allegedly went dumpster diving at Obama’s campaign headquarters a day after his victory) at the Green Inaugural Ball in 2009. ANDREAS SOLAROItalian FashionA model wore a dress with Obama’s infamous “Change” poster from his 2008 campaign at the AltaRomAltaModa fashion show in Rome in 2009. AFPTeam SpiritA couple of models walk down the runway wearing Obama gear designed by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac (left) and Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte (right), as part of a collection honoring French designer Sonia Rykiel during a fashion show in Paris in 2009.