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Jessica Goodman
November 08, 2016 AT 01:07 PM EST

The stars came out for Hillary Clinton’s final midnight rally on Monday in Raleigh, North Carolina. Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi, and Samantha Ronson made appearances at the event, and while Springsteen performed a handful of his own tracks — “Dancing in the Dark,” “Thunder Road,” and “Long Walk Home” — Bon Jovi and Lady Gaga teamed up for a duet on one of Bon Jovi’s most famed songs, 1986’s “Livin’ On A Prayer.”

Wearing a white cowboy hat with an “I Voted” pin, Gaga stood next to Jon Bon Jovi while he played an acoustic guitar for the crowd.

Gaga also made a speech in support of Hillary Clinton, urging fans and those in attendance to vote on Tuesday. “This country needs your vote,” she said before asking voters to “fight for the future of our children.” She continued: “She kept going. She kept fighting for women’s rights. She kept fighting for the care of our children. She kept fighting for those who are in need. And the truth is that Hillary Clinton has done this over her entire career.”

In one powerful moment, the Joanne star said, “Hillary Clinton is made of steel. Hillary Clinton is unstoppable.”

Gaga ended her speech with one final plea. “Why don’t you put your voting shades on, practice your walk to the polls, and go out and vote for Hillary Clinton. I think it’s time to come to mama.”

See their performance and Gaga’s speech below.

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