Majority of Hollywood has openly endorsed Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election, according to Fox News.
Hailey Baldwin Beiber endorsed Biden with an Instagram post celebrating World Mental Health Day.
“It’s world mental health day, and something that has affected my mental health is the state of our country and the future of our country,” she wrote in the caption on Oct. 10. “I have hope, but we need to collectively make the change we want for our future and that means getting out there to VOTE!!!”
“Every election comes along, and you can always make the argument, ‘This is the most important election of our lives.’ This is the most important election in the history of America,” Tom Hanks said.
“‘We are in a battle for the soul of this nation. But together it’s a battle we can win,'” wrote Demi Lovato, quoting Harris. “[Love] you @KamalaHarris.”
“This will Most Likely Be Unpopular, but Last Nite I Asked Myself, ‘Who, Would I Be, if I denied a Man I Know & Respect 4 a Shiny, New, Tech Savey [sic] BILLIONAIRE,'” Cher wrote.
“Joe’s Made Mistakes, like all of Us, but I Believe He Would Be [an] Honest, Smart, ‘CIVIL’ PRES. Who Doesn’t Have 2 [sic] Learn On The Job.”
“I’ve had the privilege of getting to know @kamalaharris over the years and @joebiden choosing her as his running mate is already a testament to his decision making: Kamala is exactly the kind of leader WITH experience we desperately need right now,” wrote the singer alongside several pictures of herself with Harris.
“She’s the type of person willing to put in the WORK to make our country better. Less than 3 months until Election Day. LET’S DO THIS Y’ALL.”
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Rapper Cardi B surprised many fans when she became involved in and outspoken about the presidential election.
The 28-year-old rapper had initially supported Bernie Sanders in his bid, but offered support for Biden after Sanders dropped out of the race.
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“I’m just gonna go with Joe Biden because I cannot see the next step of America being ran by number 45,” said Cardi in a live video with Sanders, per The Hill.
Earlier this month, Schwarzenegger urged fans to vote for Biden while slamming President Trump’s “don’t be afraid of COVID” tweet.
The author responded to President Trump’s tweet on Oct. 5, in which he announced that he’d be leaving Walter Reed Medical Center following his treatment for COVID-19, adding, “Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life.”
“If that tweet itself is not enough to get you fired up to want to elect Biden and get rid of Trump as president of our country, then I don’t know what is,” Schwarzenegger said on her Instagram Stories, according to Yahoo! Entertainment.
“That’s the sickest tweet I’ve ever seen,” she wrote, per the outlet. “Please vote.”