Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Robert Downey Jr. and More Encourage Fans to Vote
By Jennifer Drysdale
With just three days left before the presidential election, Hollywood has done all they can to encourage fans to vote on Election Day, including surprise musical performances, PSAs, and rocking their "I voted" stickers on social media.
Check out our roundup of all the celebs who want you to head to the polls:
Jay was already scheduled to perform, but Queen Bey made a surprise appearance at the Get Out the Vote concert in support of Hillary Clinton in Cleveland, Ohio, on Friday night. "We have to vote," the GRAMMY winner told the crowd during an impassioned on-stage speech. "The world looks to us as a progressive country that needs change."
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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom rounded up seemingly all of our favorite Hollywood stars to encourage fans to head to the polls in a beautiful rendition of an original song, "Holy S**t (You've Got to Vote)."
The friendly exes reunited on stage in Miami, Florida, last Saturday to perform a free concert in support of Clinton. "Your vote is crucial!" Anthony captioned an Instagram snap from the event, while Lopez wrote, "Thank you Florida for coming out tonight... it was amazing!! #gohillary #strongertogether #govote #lovetrumpshate #Latinos #letsgetloud #vote."
The Voice coach went "dorm to dorm" encouraging college students at George Mason University to get out and vote on Election Day. "Campaigned for @HillaryClinton today in GMU in VA encouraging young people to volunteer and vote!!!" she tweeted.
Perry got naked for a good cause as she encouraged fans to vote in a hilarious Funny or Die sketch. The 32-year-old singer has been an avid supporter of Clinton, campaigning for the Democratic nominee over the past few months, casting a vote for the politician on her birthday, dressing up as Hillary for Halloween, and putting on a concert for the former first lady in Philadelphia on Saturday.
The 21-year-old model rocked her signature style -- and a little underboob -- while registering voters in New York's Times Square for TRL's Total Registration Live event in September. "Voting is cute," she later wrote on Instagram.
The "Can't Stop The Feeling" singer found himself in a little hot water while encouraging fans to vote with a selfie at the polls. While the District Attorney confirmed to ET that they wouldn't be using their "limited resources" to investigate Timberlake, that didn't stop his wife, Jessica Biel, from having a little fun.
"When you're so turnt up about voting that you do a photo shoot with your sticker and think it's cool but then second guess it, but you've already posted, but at least you waited to get home before snapping so you won't almost go to jail, shout out to @justintimberlake," she captioned her own selfie with her "I voted" sticker.
Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Keegan-Michael Key and More
Avengers director Joss Whedon assembled quite the team of superstars for his first voting PSA for super PAC Save the Day. Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Keegan-Michael Key, Mark Ruffalo, and Don Cheadle were just a few of the famous faces urging Americans to head to the polls.
The 35-year-old actor got serious for Save The Day's "You Say Vote" PSA."This is not about the White House. This is about your house. If you're not registered to vote, you can't sit on a jury," he preached. "You can't choose your mayor. You can't choose your city council. You can't even choose your district attorney. You can't decide which measures will help your family and community, and which will put them at risk."
The Boston native put on his best New England accent for a hilarious Funny or Die video urging New Hampshire residents to get out and vote on Nov. 8. "If you give a s**t about women's rights, if you care about keeping environment safe for future generations, ever hear of it? You care about people getting to piss in the f**king bathroom of their choice? Then guess who's got your back in this election? That's right: My basically home state New Hampshire," he said.
The 44-year-old actor got a little forceful while encouraging fans to vote in a hilarious YouTube PSA, promising to "come find you" if you don't head to the polls. "And you know I will," Johnson sang, ending the PSA with an intimidating smile.