Cheryl Cole has appeared at two different rallies over the weekend where it is against the law to go nude, so she wore an invisible bikini, like the one worn by Ashley Greene in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
She told the suddenly increasing crowd that she wasn't there to bring attention to nudity but for freedom of speech that we are supposed to have in this country.
"I am not taking any political party lines but speaking for the freedoms our country is supposed to have", she told the bug-eyed crowd.
Ms. Cole then went over a long statement, often interrupted by men asking her to read a little slower, that free speech is not for just the political party that you favor.
"There is much hiding behind closed doors in small government as well as in the nation's capital. People have a right to express themselves on the radio, on television or in a place such as this."
She reminded everyone of the constitution and what was written there and to support any party that is following it.
She then donned a long coat and headed for a car.
There was a huge rush for cars at this point and a caravan left town to see where the next speech was going to be made.