"I can't believe I have the immense honor of being part of it," Chloë Grace Moretz says of speaking in support of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic convention

By Tierney McAfee
July 22, 2016 12:30 PM
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The stars are with her.

Chloë Grace Moretz, Lena Dunham, America Ferrara and more influential young celebrities are scheduled to take the stage in support of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week.

In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Moretz, 19, wrote, “I am so happy to announce I will be speaking at the democratic national convention! #DNC #ImWithHer going to be such a beautiful historic day and I can’t believe I have the immense honor of being part of it. Thank you @hillaryclinton!”

Dunham, 30, also posted about the convention on her Instagram, sharing a photo of herself with Ferrera, 32, and writing, “My soul sister@americaferrera and I are headed to the Democratic National Convention to speak as a team in support of@hillaryclinton. The honor! The thrill! We promise not to copy off Michelle Obama’s homework, dreamy as she is #imwithher.”

Ferrera shared the same photo on her own Instagram account, captioning it, “Honored to announce that @lenadunham and I will be speaking together at the @demconvention in support of @hillaryclinton next week in Philly! #imwithher.”

Actress Debra Messing, 47, and The View host Star Jones, 54, will also speak for Clinton, 68, at the convention.

NBA stars Jason and Jarron Collins, both 37, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 69, will also deliver speeches, and Katy Perry, 31, Eva Longoria, 41, Alicia Keys, 35, and Demi Lovato, 23, are all set to make appearances.

Actress Shailene Woodley, 24, will also be attending the convention – as a delegate. She told PEOPLE she’s “excited to see how many things we can accomplish, as far as getting certain policies approved.”

“Like 15 dollars minimum wage, or see what happens with climate change and how people are going to change their stance on that, or not change their stance on that,” she said. “There’s a lot of big issues up for debate, and I m just excited to witness.”

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