See Celebs' Voting Selfies for the 2020 Election
Whether they're voting early, in-person or sending in an absentee ballot, these stars are exercising their right to vote — and encouraging others to do the same!
The rapper called voting "easy peasy" after getting up early to cast her ballot. She said of the experience, "It feels good after you voted — it feels like you just did something."
"How’s everybody feeling out there?" Paltrow asked her followers on Instagram while showing off her 'I Voted' sticker with a soft smile.
The Game of Thrones actor encouraged everyone to "#votewithlove" on Election Day.
Lizzo's voting video was appropriately extra, complete with her American-themed outfit, voting anthem, and some twerking to pull it all together.
Moore captioned a photo dropping off her ballot, "I voted ✔️🗳 Letting my voice be heard! This could be the most important election of our lives... Get out and vote because it matters! Our future depends on it."
Snoop Dogg made sure to take a photo in his "VOTE" sweatshirt after casting his ballot for the first time ever in the 2020 election.
The singer wore an "Every Voice Matters" shirt while showing off her 'I Voted' sticker.
Petsch mailed in her ballot all the way from Riverdale!
"However you do it, just VOTE," Theron encouraged her fans alongside a "slightly seductive winking selfie" with her 'I Voted' sticker.
Barrymore could not contain her excitement about receiving her ballot! No, really — the actress broke into song and dance!
The Academy Award-nominated actress gave thanks to those working at the polls on Election Day, sharing alongside her sticker selfie, "Shout out to everyone volunteering at the polls. #vote2020"
The model (and new mom) snapped a shot after voting absentee "with my daughter next to me, for an America I want her to see; but not just for us- for fellow Americans that are less privileged, with hope for a nation that is unified, that is empathetic & for a leader that is compassionate."
The Orange Is the New Black actress shared on Instagram, "Voting is an important vehicle for change. So let’s get excited to exercise our right! Let’s vote for leaders who care for all people. Let’s find joy in the process! We are all counting on each other."
"It felt so good to vote today," Benson wrote on Instagram alongside a selfie with pal Theresa Picciallo.
The singer rocked 'VOTE' nails while holding her mail-in ballot. "I am anxious. I’m sure you are too," Halsey shared with her fans on Instagram. "This is a bandaid. But a necessary action. Empower yourself. Empower others. Empower the memory of those who didn’t have the ability to vote. For your ancestors and for your future. Sending Love. #BidenHarris2020"
Lovato wrote on Instagram after voting, "I vote because I love my country. From my friends and family members who live here, to my neighbors and millions of people I don’t know, I love the citizens here. This year I’ve been so stressed and anxious from politics alone. This post isn’t about telling you to vote for, it’s about telling you to vote PERIOD. I want to know that whatever the outcome is, we raised our voices and spoke up for what we wanted. And if change is what you want, nothing will change unless you take action. So please, if you are old enough, please get out there and speak up."
She added, "P.S. I’m so grateful to have been able to vote because it wasn’t too long ago women didn’t even have those rights.. (see what happens when we demand change? 😜☺️) 🙏🏼 🇺🇸❤️🤍💙"
The Oscar-winner smiled for a selfie after voting in N.Y.C. on Election Day.
"God shed His grace on thee!! #vote," the actress wrote in the caption of her post-voting selfie.
The To All the Boys I've Loved Before actor tripled down on voting merch.
"First timer over here," Centineo wrote alongside the post on Instagram.
The one takeaway from Phelps' photo? "Vote."
The former Secretary of State and presidential candidate masked up (and bundled up) to hit the voting booth on Election Day — complete with a thumbs up!
"Just voted. Felt good. iwillvote.com," she captioned the photo.
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star voted for the first time, according to daughter Bella Hadid.
"Took my mama to vote for the first time today!!! She became an American citizen just recently and this year she was so determined to get out and vote. I am so proud of her!!! Wearing our best Blues!!!!!💙💙💙💙💙" Bella wrote alongside a series of photos of the mother-daughter pair.
The fashion designer donned some baubles, blew a kiss and said "There is nothing more glamorous than getting out and voting!"
The mom of two brought her daughter Everly to the polls and noted that her vote is for her daughter and son. She captioned her Instagram , "For you Evie, for you Callum, and for our future generations. I pray we bring this country healing, equality and unification once again.♥️🤍💙"
Michael B. Jordan
The Black Panther actor snapped a selfie (and went a little crazy with the stickers) to let everyone know that he did his civic duty and voted!
The 19-year-old model voted for the first time in the 2020 election! She wrote on Instagram, "I voted for the first time today and it felt really good. i’m so proud to be part of the election, because it’s become so clear how much power young people have to push this country towards progress — as long as we participate."
Gerber added, "I don’t want to grow up in a country that is going backwards. the past four years have shown us how much damage can be done when our leadership prioritizes property over people, tolerates racism, and ignores science. if you’re not sure if you want to vote, i ask you to consider who and what will be most affected if you don’t. please vote even if it sounds like a headache. do it with empathy, do it with love, and do it with reason because it matters 🇺🇸❤️"
Even Captain Marvel has to vote! Brie Larson shared on Instagram that her journey to having her ballot counted in this election was not a smooth one.
"Voting can be a precarious experience," the actress explained. "Turns out some vote by mail ballots don't show up to your home, like in my case this year! So, what did I do? I put on my mask, placed my voter guide in my handy dandy VOTE purse and drove my ass down to my local polling location to request a ballot and VOTED."
She added, "It may not be as easy as we want it to be, but even a complicated journey to having your vote counted is a journey worth embarking on. Vote in person if you haven’t yet voted, or drop your mail in ballot at your local ballot box (don't mail it now as it may not get there on time to be counted!). Your voice matters. Your vote is valid. And I am wishing you all the strength in fighting any battles on your vote 2020 journey!"
The supermodel strutted her stuff straight to the polls, sharing on Instagram, "Uncontrollably smiling just at the thought of being able to vote today. I hope anyone who is reading this has or will be exercising their rights this week!!!"
The Lovecraft Country star posted a video dropping off her ballot with a simple message to her fans: "VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE. VOTE."
Zooey Deschanel & Jonathan Scott
Couples that vote together, stay together! The New Girl actress and her Property Brother beau shared their sunset voting snap on Instagram.
The Southern Charm star hit the polls early, proudly displaying her "I Voted" sticker on her forehead afterwards.
The comedian showed off his early voting sticker on Twitter.
The model "decided to vote early and in person" with Lizzo's "VOTE" anthem as a soundtrack.
Neil Patrick Harris
After voting early, the actor thanked his fellow voters and encouraged those who haven't yet to "MAKE A PLAN."
"Appreciative of everyone who waited in a rainy line to have their voices heard, appreciative of all who worked inside with such focus, patience and resolve," he captioned his Instagram post. "If you haven’t yet voted, MAKE A PLAN. Take it seriously. Wait in line. Don’t rush. Be mindful. Be steadfast. Be proud."
Who better to "Show Them The Way" than Nicks herself? The singer shared her voting selfie and reminded fans that we're only a few days out from the election.
The singer — who never shies away from dressing on-theme — took the standard "I Voted" selfie to the next level with her enormous recreation of the recognizable sticker, which she wore on her head in addition to a face mask.
"ONLY ONE WEEK TIL ELECTION DAY! 🗳VOTE NOW!!! 🗳 SHOW ME YOUR AFTER VOTE ✨GLOW✨ AND I’LL GIVE IT A SHARE! DO IT FOR THE STICKER (AND DEMOCRACY 💁🏼♀️)," she wrote on Instagram.
The superstar's strut to the ballot box is serving civic duty realness.
The actress had an important message for all her Friends: "Please be responsible" and vote. "This whole thing isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world," she wrote. "Vote for equal human rights, for love, and for decency. ❤️🗳."
Despite family ties to the Trumps (she's married to a Kushner brother), the supermodel made her support for the Biden campaign clear with her face mask and hashtag choices: "#voteBLUE #scienceoverfiction."
Katie opted for head-to-toe voting swag to celebrate her trip to the polls.
Her mom is related to the Kennedys and her father was governor of California, so it's no wonder the author and animal rights activist was fired up to cast her vote. She even got words of support from husband Chris Pratt in the comments: "Good job honey. ♥️"