YouTuber Todrick Hall dropped by an unsuspecting fan to give her a personal performance and persuade her to vote for Hillary Clinton.

He’s one of three popular YouTubers to release videos for the Clinton campaign this week, each paying an unexpected visit to a fan in a crucial battleground state.


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GloZell Green, Sam Tsui and Hall each visited a fan in Florida, Pennsylvania or Ohio for a surprise visit, all linked under the hashtag #StrongerTogether.

Hall’s video sees him travel to Philadelphia for a song and dance for a young fan who was supposedly undecided about whether or not to vote.

The videos come as the campaign enters its final two weeks, and Clinton is targeting younger voters in crucial states like Florida.

“We know that younger people are tired of negative politics,” said Jason Rosenbaum, Hillary for America’s director of digital advertising.

“We teamed up with Portal A and a couple of YouTube’s top influencers to develop incredible, entertaining experiences to encourage and inspire people to vote.”

It’s not the first time Hall has used his influence for a cause. Earlier this year he joined Mean Girls star Daniel Franzese and fellow YouTuber Kory DeSoto for ‘Hakuna Truvada’, a PrEP awareness video for the City of West Hollywood.

This summer he blew us away with ‘Britney and the Beast’, a mash-up of the Disney musical with Britney’s biggest hits.




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