In the frantic days leading up to Tuesday’s US election, a surprising mix of celebrities have shown their true political colours in a bid to stir up crucial last-minute votes.
The likes of Kid Rock, Kirstie Alley and 50 Cent have thrown their public support behind incumbent president Donald Trump while Lady Gaga, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have backed Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
Below, we’ve pulled together a list of Trump and Biden’s most famous followers.
Trump’s celebrity supporters
Musician Kid Rock, who proudly calls himself a ‘redneck,’ attended Trump’s debate with Biden in Nashville in October and has also shared a photo of the pair playing golf on Twitter.
Oscar-winning actor and father of Angelina Jolie, Jon Voight, is an outspoken Trump supporter and even branded his opponent Joe Biden “evil” in a video on his Twitter account.
Parent Trap actor Dennis Quaid said that Trump was ‘doing a good job’ managing the COVID-19 outbreak in an interview in April 2020.
In 2018 Roseanne Barr was ousted from her own TV show, Roseanne, over a racist Tweet which she later apologised for in a subsequent interview. She appeared to backtrack almost immediately, however, claiming that she’s not racist, nor is Trump.
In the same year, the actor was spotted wearing a red ‘Trump 2020’ cap.
Actor Stephen Baldwin has been a long-time Trump supporter and has flooded his Instagram page with pro-Trump content in the lead up to the election. His brother Alec Baldwin, however, is famous for parodying the president on SNL.
Rapper Lil Wayne tweeted that he’d had a ‘great meeting’ with Trump on October 30, revealing that the pair had discussed criminal reform.
Cheers star Kirstie Alley has been backing Trump for a long while and took to Twitter on the morning of election day to taunt Biden voters. “YOU r why we voted for TRUMP. I pray we give U four more years of name calling,” she wrote.
Scott Baio, who rose to fame as ‘Chachi’ on the TV show Happy Days, spoke at the Republican National Convention in 2016 and admitted he “didn’t give a sh*t” about his liberal-minded fellow actors.
Despite Trump calling him ‘Lil Pimp’ instead of Lil Pump at a rally in Michigan, the Miami rapper has endorsed the incumbent president and urged Americans not to vote for ‘for Sleepy Jo’.
Best known for her role as Dion on the ‘90s hit film, Clueless, Stacey Dash has copped criticism for her allegiance to Trump and ultra-conservative views.
“Candy Shop” rapper 50 Cent urged voters to support Trump to avoid Biden’s tax hikes only to backtrack a few weeks later, retracting his endorsement and saying that he ‘never like’ the incumbent president.
Biden’s celebrity supporters
Lady Gaga let her music do the talking when she performed at a drive-in rally for Biden just days before the election.
Comedian and actress Chelsea Handler took a risqué stand in a final voting push by sharing a photo of herself completely topless with vote stickers covering her nipples.
The 45-year-old has been a strong advocate for urging people to vote over the past few months and has shown her support for the Biden campaign.
Meanwhile, singer Lizzo, who campaigned for Biden in Detroit, uploaded a nude snap to her Instagram page, showing her draped in the American flag.
Taylor opened up about why Biden has her vote in an interview with V magazine in October, and also allowed her song, “Only The Young,” to be used in an unofficial campaign video.
At 18-years-old, singer Billie Eilish isn’t allowed to vote but she’s still made her political views known by performing via live stream at the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention in August.
Friends icon Jennifer Aniston went public with her voting preferences in October, revealing she’d backed Biden and his vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Instagram.
“Right now, a few men in power are deciding what women can and can’t do with their own bodies,” she explained as one of her reasons for voting Democratic.
Additional reporting by Sarah Carty.
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