Ahead of the US election on November 3, a host of celebrities, from Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Brad Pitt to Kirstie Alley and Kid Rock, have spoken out about who they will be voting for.
Here, we round up the celebrities that will be voting for President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, and the stars who are backing Democratic nominees Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Celebrities who support Donald Trump:
Cheers actress Kirstie Alley is one of Trump's most vocal supporters.
Musician Kid Rock was a vocal supporter of Trump in 2016 and is a regular at his rallies. The pair even play golf together.
Rapper Lil Wayne posted a photo of himself with Trump last week, a move that was criticised by fellow rapper, 50 Cent.
Actor Stephen Baldwin has been a vocal Trump supporter since 2016, despite the fact that his brother, Billy Baldwin, has accused the US president of making advances on his wife, Chynna Phillips. Another of his brothers, Alec Baldwin, also regularly spoofs Trump on Saturday Night Live.
Former NFL player and estranged husband of reality star Kristin Cavallari has voiced his support for Trump, posting golfer Jack Nicklaus' message of support for the president to his own Instagram with the caption: "Never a doubt".
National Lampoon's Vacation actor Randy Quaid is a vocal fan of Trump. He regularly retweets the US president and calls out his critics on social media.
Former child star Scott Baio regularly tweets in support of Trump.
Roseanne Barr has been a vocal Trump supporter over the last few years.
The former Grey's Anatomy actor announced he'd be supporting Trump back in 2019, when he told Fox Nation he was no longer a supporter of the Democrats.
“Walking away ... is a sacrifice, it’s a risk, and there’s a penalty for it,” he told Fox Nation. “The reason why I’ve chosen to walk away from the Democratic Party as I know it ... is that something doesn’t feel right.”
The one-time Superman actor is a vocal Trump supporter.
Frasier star Kelsey Grammer has spoken out about his support for Trump on a number of occasions.
The OC actor explained why she is voting Trump in a seven-minute Instagram video.
The Clueless actor is a vocal supporter of Trump and has the hashtags #MAGA and #WomenForTrump in her Twitter biography.
Of being black and conservative, she said in 2018: "Because I’m black I’m supposed to therefore be a Democrat, which is absurd. They’re supposed to be the party of tolerance. I don’t see any tolerance. I’ve made a choice to stand up for what I believe in and don’t think I should be condemned."
Ray Donovan actor James Woods is a vocal supporter of Trump, and regularly tweets about the president.
The former American football quarterback tweeted his support for Trump last week.
The rapper is so passionately pro-Trump, he has said he'll move to Colombia should Trump lose the election. He has also shared a photo of his face photoshopped onto former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe greeting Trump.
Celebrities for Joe Biden:
In a last minute boost to encourage followers to vote, Beyonce uploaded a Boomerang video of herself wearing a Biden Harris mask and an 'I Voted' sticker to Instagram, paired with a chic Balmain hat and turtleneck.
She captioned the video: "Come thru, Texas! #VOTE".
In the past, Taylor Swift kept quiet about her political leanings, however that is no longer the case in 2020. She has voiced her support for Biden and baked a batch of cookies decorated with his badge.
"I spoke to @vmagazine about why I'll be voting for Joe Biden for president. So apt that it's come out on the night of the VP debate," she wrote on Instagram. "Gonna be watching and supporting @kamalaharris by yelling at the TV a lot. And I also have custom cookies".
Fast and Furious franchise star and former WWE wrestler Dwayne Johnson has voiced his support for Biden back in September.
The Friends star shared a photo of herself sending off her postal ballot on Instagram, with the caption: "#IVOTED for @joebiden and @kamalaharris. I dropped my ballot off, and I did it early. I voted for them because right now this country is more divided than ever. Right now, a few men in power are deciding what women can and can't do with their own bodies. Our current president has decided that racism is a non-issue. He has repeatedly and publicly ignored science ... too many people have died."
"I think if we get Joe Biden, it's gonna go a long way towards helping us regain our status around the world," singer Bruce Springsteen told Rolling Stone. "The country as the shining light of democracy has been trashed by the administration. We abandoned friends, we befriended dictators, we denied climate science."
In August this year, Tom Hanks hosted a virtual fundraiser for Biden.
In August, the NBA star said he would "for sure" campaign for Biden and Harris in a conversation with Vice TV.
Rapper Cardi B has been a vocal supporter of Biden's, and in August she interviewed him for Elle magazine.
Captain America actor Chris Evans attended a virtual Biden fundraiser, called Voters Assemble.
In June, singer Willie Nelson attended a virtual fundraiser to support Biden.
The Bad Boy singer is a first-time voter and spoke to Harris about the importance of voting. She also sang at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
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The Black Panther actor shared a post-voting selfie.
Ant Man actor Paul Rudd also participated in the Voters Assemble fundraiser.
Juice singer Lizzo has encouraged fans to vote though her sartorial choices, and also participated in an On the Yard conversation about early voting during a campaign event in Detroit on Friday, October 23, 2020, for Biden and Harris.
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Actor Samuel L Jackson made a voter suppression advert for Biden.
Believe singer Cher is vocally anti-Trump and spoke at a campaign rally for Biden.
Actor Kumail Nanjiani has been passionately encouraging voters to make plans to vote and to vote early. He has also fundraised for Biden.
Environmentalist-actor Leo DiCaprio attended a Biden fundraiser in March.
Singer John Legend is a vocal supporter of Biden and Harris.
Actor Brad Pitt has voiced a campaign advert for Biden.
Actor Jennifer Lawrence refuted claims she is a Republican in a recent tweet.
Singer Mariah Carey voted early and voted for Biden and Harris.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus famously starred in political sitcom Veep, and is also a vocal supporter of Texas Democrats.
High Fidelity actor Zoe Kravitz posted her support for Biden on Instagram.
Actor Natalie Portman has shared her support on Instagram.
Actor Mindy Kaling shared a conversation between herself and vice president nominee Harris on Instagram.
Her father, Stephen Baldwin, may be a vocal Trump supporter, but Justin Bieber's wife has said she will be voting for Biden.
Reese Witherspoon has voiced her support for Harris.
Model Karlie Kloss is married to Joshua Kushner, whose brother Jared Kushner is senior advisor to Donald Trump, but that has not stopped her voicing her support for Biden.
The Star Wars actor has voiced his support for Biden and Harris on Instagram.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez
The couple spoke to Biden and his wife, Dr Jill Biden, in a recent Instagram post.
The model and TV host shared her thoughts on the election on Instagram, writing: "I’m voting because I’m tired of this administration only representing wealthy white men. I’m voting to be a part of our democratic process."
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Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness has shared his support for Biden on Twitter.
The Hangover actor has voiced his support for Biden on Twitter.
On Instagram, Girls creator Dunham said she voted early and for Biden.
Tracee Ellis Ross
The Blackish actor spoke at the DNC.