Katy Perry nude voter registration day campaign
Pop star Katy Perry gets naked in an infomercial aimed to convince young voters to show up on the Nov. 8 election day. Instagram/Katy Perry

International pop star Katy Perry has stripped down for a short infomercial urging Americans to register and vote on the Nov. 8 US presidential elections.

The 31-year-old singer-songwriter honoured her word and used body as a “click bait to change the world.” In the "Funny or Die" video, she went to the polling venue straight from bed, wearing pajamas and the same messy hair she woke up with.

“Hi I'm Katy Perry. You know, November 8th is election day and I've got some great news,” the best-selling artist born as Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson said in the short video.

"This year you can look like s..t when you vote,” she added. "Yep, I've briefly scanned the constitution and nowhere does it say you can't just roll our of bed and come to the polls in whatever state you woke up in. In the name of democracy, any out-of-bed look is A-OK."

To further prove her point, the “Rise” singer eventually stripped down at the polling venue to convince voters that any attire will do on Election Day. However, showing up on one’s birthday suit is apparently not allowed as Perry got arrested alongside another nudist voter.

Release of Perry’s infomercial coincided the National Voter Registration Day. Online and in-person voters registration across the United States run until Sep. 30. Perry’s Voter Registration campaign video was primarily aimed at convincing young voters to register and make their votes count.

A day before the National Voter Registration Day, frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off on the first presidential debate held at Hofstra University in New York. (Read: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump face off to lure voters; 7 highlights you need to know about the first presidential debate)

Two more presidential debates are scheduled before the Nov. 8 election. The Democratic and Republican Party nominees will share one stage for another debate scheduled in Washington University in Missouri on Oct. 9 and in the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on Oct. 19.