Hillary Clinton capped off 18 months of campaigning with a star-studded midnight rally in the crucial battleground state of North Carolina, NBC News reported.
"This election will end but our work together will be just beginning," she said to a deafening crowd at North Carolina State University. "We have to bridge the divides in this country."
Pop star Lady Gaga and New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi performed before Clinton took the stage. Afterward, President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton spoke briefly to introduce the Democratic nominee.
"She stands before us proud, like a lady," Gaga said. She's ready to be president."