With the 2020 election less than a week away, more celebrities are utilizing the power of social media to urge their followers to cast their votes. From Michelle Obama implementing her viral #WhenWeAllVote campaign to actively help Americans make early voting plans, to America Ferrera assisting first-time voters in marking their ballots—we are inspired!
Ahead, see how these celebrities are using their vote stickers, patriotic masks, eye-catching beauty, and more to influence us all to make our voices heard.
Lizzo enlisted the help of celebrity hairstylist Shelby Swain to bring awareness that 40% of Americans didn't vote in the 2016 election. Using her hair to emphasize the statistics, the 32-year-old singer proudly showed off her artistically sculpted hairstyle to encourage US citizens to do better.
Jaden Smith, Hailey Bieber, and Justine Skye
Jaden Smith, Hailey Bieber, and Justine Skye linked up to jointly make their voices heard. Highlighting the power of teamwork, Bieber posted these photos on Instagram, including a glimpse of her forest-green stiletto nails holding her signed ballot.
Naturally glowing, Zoë Kravitz revealed her secret to flawless skin. "A lot of you have been asking me about my skincare routine: I start by voting as early as possible," the Big Little Lies actress explained.
Genius! Kravitz is definitely on the right track because studies show that stress can wreak havoc on your skin.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
First-time voter Ryan Reynolds apparently got extremely emotional as he cast his first ballot. The Canadian-born actor became a U.S. citizen more than two years ago, which is why at 44 years old this will be this first presidential election he gets to participate in.
According to his wife, Blake Lively, the Deadpool actor was "understandably scared" and eventually "wept" during the process. Of course, being the good wife that she is, she "pretended to weep" as well.
Reese Witherspoon exercised her right to vote with stylish blonde tresses, oversized sunnies, and a bright pink lip that honored the women who fought for our voting rights. "I like to think that the ray of light coming through the trees is ALL of the women who came before me who did not have this fundamental right," the Big Little Lies actress captioned the outdoor selfie.
Yara Shahidi dropped some gems on how to properly cast your vote. The step-by-step video created in partnership with FreeForm is everything you need to know to make your voting process quick, easy, and most importantly accurate.
After being challenged by Tracee Ellis Ross to mark his ballot early, Dwyane Wade celebrated his right to choose the next president by modeling a Signature VOTE Tee ($48) by Fourlaps. FYI: All proceeds of the shirt goes to benefit HeadCount, a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters.
Lady Gaga flaunted her long blonde ponytail and freshly signed ballot before heading out to an official ballot drop-off box later that evening in sky-high holographic boots.
Wearing a custom "VOTE" chain mask, Rosario Dawson dazzled at home as she subtly encouraged fans to vote in the look created by a sustainable fashion designer, Natalia Fedner.
Jessica Biel opted to go makeup-free as she showcased her "I Voted" sticker. The Limetown actress admits that while she enjoyed using her ballot to influence the outcome of the election, she really enjoyed the sticker. "If you don’t vote, then you don’t get a sticker to post on Instagram," she stated.
KJ Smith had us a bit distracted from her voter sticker as she proudly displayed her flourishing ‘fro. The Sistas actress expertly pulled our attention back to the important matter with her $10 VOTE! mask by Chic Tweak NY.
America Ferrera is all about action! The fresh-faced beauty not only voted early, but she also assisted people at the polls through the She Se Puede organization, which she founded alongside actress Eva Longoria. "I just helped Roxy vote for the first time in her life and it was sooooo exciting," the Superstore actress captioned her Instagram post.
If you find yourself inspired by these celebrity snapshots, consider sharing your own selfies, videos, and more to spread the word about this year’s presidential election. Hopefully, you can encourage those on the fence to cast their ballots before it's too late. Remember, your voices matter.