Katy Perry Votes Naked in Funny Or Die’s ‘Everyone Votes!’ Campaign

But don't try this at home

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You could probably use a little levity after last night debate's, so here's some political comedy from Katy Perry, who suggests that you vote in November no matter how you look or what you're wearing (or not wearing).

"Katy came to Funny Or Die and Rock the Vote demanding to be naked on camera, so they decided to channel this to urge young voters to get registered," the press release says, adding that "Funny Or Die's wardrobe department was thrilled with the day off, and America was thrilled with the results."

Your polling place won't be thrilled if you actually show up naked, though, but certainly feel free to wear a child's onesie to cover up.

The spot is part of a new comedy campaign called "Funny Or Die's Everyone Votes!" and is spearheaded by FOD co-founder Judd Apatow, CEO Mike Farah, and D.C. managing director Brad Jenkins.

"Hundreds of millions of dollars have already been wasted this election cycle on political ads that no young American will watch. As we did for healthcare.gov, Funny Or Die is now being asked to save democracy. No pressure," Jenkins says.

Perry also recorded a radio PSA that will air exclusively on iHeartRadio and will launch a radio partnership between Rock the Vote, Funny Or Die and iHeartMedia.

"Given our sheer numbers, and passion on critical issues, young voters are uniquely positioned to decide our next president, not to mention our next generation of district attorneys, mayors, sheriffs and others on the ballot who will determine the future in our neighborhoods," said Rock the Vote vice president Jesse Moore. "We are excited to team up with partners like Funny Or Die this year to produce a range of fun, engaging and poignant messages to urge voter registration, early voting and a renewed culture of civic engagement leading up to No. 8."

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@nudd Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.