It’s the big day for everyone in the US as everyone is voting who their next president will be. As of writing, Donald Trump is leading in six states while two states are for Hillary Clinton. (You can see the live updates here.)
Meanwhile, several celebrities went out and voted, also reminding everyone to do the same. Here’s a short list of who got that “I Voted” sticker.
Tay took a photo at the voters entrance in her area, encouraging everyone, especially the Swifties fanbase, to vote.
Madonna flaunted her sticker and New York City and expressed her support for Hillary.
After being spotted in a white avant-garde dress, Lady Gaga looked laidback and tame as she voted with her mom. We wonder if her statement outfit really did pay off.
Gigi played around with the VOTE filter on Snapchat while she was driving.
Miley also posted about voting for Hillary, along with the hashtag “#imwithher.”
“I voted today for the country I want to live in… a country where there is equality, inclusion, acceptance and freedom that EVERY American deserves,” Cameron writes on Instagram. Preach it, girl!
While waiting in line, Amy engaged in conversation and had some coffee with the people there. She also assured everyone that the long lines would be worth it.
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis
The Wilde-Sudeikis clan voted together with their baby girl in tow.
Apparently, Katy and Hillary’s birthdays are a day apart. (Yes, I looked it up.) So going out to vote last October is the best gift that Katy could give to herself, Hillary, and the US.
Jessica did a series of goofy selfies to show off her sticker.
Kris Jenner and Kendall Jenner
Kris and Kendall recreated the “Women Can Do It!” poster to show off their support for Hillary.
Kourtney also announced her support for Hillary with this photo of her daughter Penelope and niece North West. The caption, “For our future, I’m with her” says it all.
Oh, just Marc Jacobs giving his sticker a little smooch. NBD.
Those are some of the many celebs who voted and we’re also encouraging everyone in the US to make the right choice for their country. Good luck, America!