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Pop stars shy to pick sides in U.S. election

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As the US presidential election draws ever closer, celebrities have been getting more vocal about who they support. The MTV European Music Awards seemed a good place to gauge pops political preference. When celebrities walk along this red carpet in front of hundreds of the worlds media who have gathered here, the question won't be so much what award you're up for, or who you're wearing.
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It will be who you're voting for. Kings of Leon band members, Matthew and Nathan Followill, seemed reluctant to say who they support or even vote for, for that matter.>>
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] vote at all, that's fine.>> Yeah, Matt's not a big voter. I already voted but, who you voted for, how much does your wife weigh, two questions you should never answer.
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>> Even outspoken rebels like Green Day wouldn't specify.>> Gosh, mostly I feel like the down ballot is really important.>> American band One Republic wouldn't be drawn on the question either.>> I'm hoping, potentially a third party candidate just comes out of nowhere>> The most definite comment came from England.
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British singer Charli XCX left no doubt about who she's with.>> So yeah, I'm with her, 100%.>> Pop, politics, and presidential candidates, all in a night at the MTV EMAs.