Miley Cyrus is team Hillary Clinton! The pop sensation joined the Democratic Party's campaign trail in Virginia on Saturday (22 October) to urge voters to support Clinton in the upcoming presidential election. While on the mission, Cyrus added her own quirk in the form of an interesting outfit that seemed to be inspired by the American flag.

Flaunting a big smile, Cyrus rocked a giant bluebow as a top while campaigning for Clinton in the south-eastern US state.

She even complemented her cute crop top with a red and white stripped sarong, which she paired with a pair of stockings and silver heels. While her outfit itself was eye-catching, the Wrecking Ball singer decided to add some furry accessories to round off her patriotic look.

Campaigned for @hillaryclinton today in GMU in VA encouraging young people to volunteer and vote!!!! 💖💖💖

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According to reports, the 23-year-old singer also made a pit stop at the George Mason University to chat with students-cum-prospective voters.

"Hello? How are you? I'm Miley," the songstress said as she went door to door to surprise the University students. "Sorry to come in with all these people. They're awesome people also excited for Hillary," she said to another.

The singer, who is reportedly engaged to Australian actor Liam Hemsworth, posted some candid photos from her election campaign trail on Instagram. "Campaigned for @hillaryclinton today in GMU in VA encouraging young people to volunteer and vote!!!!" Cyrus captioned one of the pictures.

With her latest stint, Cyrus joins other celebrities such as Katy Perry, who has shown her support for Clinton in the election campaign.

"Me and Hillary share equality for all," the Disney alum had said earlier explaining her choice of supporting the Democratic candidate. "Everyone gets stuck on voting for her out of fear of what could be, but I would vote for her anyway. Trump doesn't understand how personal it is for women to be in control of their own health – access to checkups, birth control."