With four days to go until the US election, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has brought in one of her biggest guns - Beyonce - who made a surprise performance endorsing her.
It made it one-nil on the celebrity front today, with Republican candidate Donald Trump on his own, hammering battleground states, this time Pennsylvania.
Mr Trump was battling away in Hershey, small town Pennsylvania - another day, another rally in a battleground state.
Ms Clinton was battling away too, but she changed it up, deploying star power. At a Get Out the Vote concert in Cleveland, in the crucial swing state of Ohio, Jay Z joined her, as well as one of the biggest stars of all, Beyonce, giving the ultimate in celebrity endorsements.
Mr Trump, though, got his superstars confused.
"I didn't have to bring J-Lo or Jay Z," he said. "I am here all by myself - just me. No guitar. No piano. No nothing."
The major poll that showed Mr Trump take the lead three days ago now has Ms Clinton back in front, on 47 percent, up 2 percent.
Both sides have been negative, both going after each other.
It is no surprise whatsoever that many Americans are turned off, like in Philadelphia, the capital of Pennsylvania.
Mr Trump and Ms Clinton are going negative in the final sprint, and on the streets of Philly they are sick of it.
It's malicious, spiteful and hostile. There is a word that sums all that up - malevolent. This is the Malevolent Election.