Celebrities Take To Social Media To Promote Voting
Numerous celebrities took to social media platforms on Election Day to use their massive influence to spur their followers to visit the polls. Actors, singers and comedians shared their stances on the election’s stakes along with their own unique images.
Spike Lee, Cardi B, Lizzo, Penn Jilette, Halsey, Billy Porter, Chelsea Handler, Hillary Clinton, and many others took to social media to share their voting experience and inspire turnout.
Handler, who has been extremely politically vocal as of late, posted yet another video depicting her as topless with “Just Voted” stickers as pasties on her breasts while endorsing several local politicians. Her caption read, “PSA: Democracy means that every vote is counted! If you see something that doesn’t look right at the polls or need help voting, call the nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline: (866) 687-8683 My apologies to my nieces and nephews.”
Lizzo took a similar approach by sharing a nude photo depicting her draped in the American flag and shared a short essay calling out America’s racist history.
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Other celebrities took a more direct approach like Jilette, who simply shared an image with a sticker on his nose and the caption, “Shut up and vote!”
Shut up and vote! pic.twitter.com/ue3u4ngNeh
— Penn Jillette (@pennjillette) November 3, 2020
Though her political career may have ended, the former Democratic presidential nominee Clinton took a break from her recent advocacy for Joe Biden to share her post voting image. Her caption read, “Just voted. Felt good. https://iwillvote.com” giving a thumbs up while wearing her mask.
Just voted. Felt good. https://t.co/oQJdlUJv0u pic.twitter.com/c9TYHthLXh
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 3, 2020
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