Lady Gaga Jokes She's Releasing 'New Single' but Actually Encourages Fans to Vote: 'It's Important!'
"I know this is cheesy ... but ladygaga.turbovote.org is easy," she playfully sang
Early Thursday, the pop star, 34, released what she jokingly called her "new single" in a video she shared on her Twitter.
"I know this is cheesy 🤓 ... but http://ladygaga.turbovote.org is easy," she captioned the post. "This is my new single 😂 Don’t give up ... It’s important your voice is heard!"
Sporting a pink sweater paired with her glasses, she began," Hi, this is Stefani Germanotta, otherwise known as Lady Gaga, and I wrote a single about voting."
Playing the piano she kicked off the ballad, "Do you know how to vote / I know a place you can go / It's called turbovote.org."
She continued after spelling the website for her fans' convenience, "They'll help you register / Inform you how to vote / Help tell you where to go / I know some of you still don't know."
Finishing up the tune she sang: "Have your state [ID] or driver's license / They'll need your name and birthday / And, so you all avoid a mess / Have the last four digits of your social security number / And you'll need your home address / I know this is cheesy / But turbovote.org is easy."
On Wednesday, the 11-time Grammy winner posted a chart graphic with informative information.
"There are over 20 states with voter registration still open!" she announced in her Twitter post. "Have you registered yet? Let’s all VOTE! 🗳 ladygaga.turbovote.org."
The day prior, Gaga shared an additional video on her Twitter further advising her followers to take initiative this year.
She captioned the post: "If anyone else is NERVOUS ABOUT THIS ELECTION, I found this site turbovote.org where it's SUPER EASY to check voter registration, make a plan on how to vote, and sign up for reminders!! ([It's] my favorite) 21 days until Election Day! Just sign up, and you're set!"
"For the next 21 days, I want to talk to you as Stefani," she said in the recording. "It's with that name that I'm gonna vote early in California on my ballot."
"I know that I couldn't have imagined the world being the way that it is right now [or] this country being the way that it is right now," she emphasized. "I think a lot of you feel that way too, but I don't want to put words in your mouth."
"This is a very difficult, interesting and also charged time, but even though it's hard and overwhelming for so many reasons ... I want you to feel encouraged in that we need you here. Your voice matters and I want to make you feel happy in remembering that your vote matters too, and it's coming up soon."
"It's in November, Nov. 3, Election Day," she reminded her followers.