Two weeks before the presidential election and one day before her birthday, Hillary Clinton stopped by Univision’s daily show El Gordo Y La Flaca on Tuesday, where she was serenaded by Prince Royce, who sang “Happy Birthday” along with a mariachi band.
“What gets better than this? I get Prince Royce to give me a hug, I get a mariachi band to play for me and I get to be here with you guys. It doesn’t get any better than this,” said the Democratic nominee in the Facebook Live video.
Watch the clip below.
Clinton’s visit to one of Univision’s most popular talk shows brought plenty of fun and also included some dancing to Marc Anthony’s music. But, of course, it also brought a political agenda where she explained the importance of the Latino vote in the upcoming elections on Nov. 8.
Royce, who endorsed Clinton during a Facebook Live with Billboard earlier this month, also pushed the Latino vote saying, “I want to motivate everyone to go out, and I want Hillary to know that she has my support and that I love her very much.”
Before the show ended, Clinton reminded viewers about the free concert taking place on Saturday at Bayfront Park in Miami with Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez in support of her campaign.
Later, Royce posted this selfie with Clinton to Twitter:
— Prince Royce (@PrinceRoyce) October 25, 2016
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.