Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian, and Many More Celebrities Make One Last Effort to Get Out the Vote

Today is the big day, and in case you forgot or thought you might let the day slip by without doing anything important, countless celebrities took to Twitter to remind you to do your civic duty.

I Voted stickers
Which celebrities proudly wore "I Voted" stickers today? FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images

A lot of celebrities started early, even logging on to Twitter yesterday to make sure people woke up today prepared for Election Day. Katy Perry was but one of many who fell into this category.

🎶It's not the end of the world
No, not the end of the world
Throw on your fancy attire, fears in the fire
Don't lose hope🎶

TOMORROW IS ELECTION DAY!🗳 Tell ur mom tell ur dad tell strangers on the street to #VOTENOW #BRINGAFRIEND #BRINGASNACK #TAKEURBIKE 🇺🇸#honkifualreadyvoted pic.twitter.com/9D7VXNsKJs

— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) November 2, 2020

Viola Davis is no stranger to awards, being the first African-American actress to win an Academy Award, an Emmy, and a Tony (actually two of those), but if they gave an award for most enthusiastic tweet about voting, her name would surely be on the list of nominees.

Last message before tomorrow.....plain....simple....but powerful.....VOTE!!!!!

VOTE for your kids, yourself, the voiceless, your parents, family, your country, your future, your present.....VOTE!!!! God bless America 🇺🇸💛🗳👊🏿 pic.twitter.com/6bvPutLi4u

— Viola Davis (@violadavis) November 2, 2020

Demi Lovato is not stranger to voicing her feelings about politics, as anyone who's heard her protest anthem "Commander in Chief" can attest.

If you haven’t cast your ballot yet, make a plan to vote RIGHT NOW→ https://t.co/SHI929QtWb pic.twitter.com/Nbw2h0P5Z6

— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) November 2, 2020

Ariana Grande took a break from promoting her new number one album to help voters find their nearest polling site.

today’s the day. find your nearest polling place at https://t.co/dsIL2rIy46. pic.twitter.com/Z0eiiFVZAX

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 3, 2020

This Is Us actress and singer Mandy Moore has been more politically active as of late, and she wasn't going to let the day go unnoticed.

Screenshot this, friends!! And be sure to get out and vote if you haven’t already. Your voice matters! #BidenHarris2020 https://t.co/T6gJtg5J7c

— Mandy Moore (@TheMandyMoore) November 2, 2020

Halsey went with a more somber tone:

I am anxious. I’m sure you are too. This is a bandaid. But a necessary action. Empower yourself. Empower others. Empower the memory of those who didn’t have the ability to vote. For your ancestors and for your future. Sending Love. #BidenHarris2020 pic.twitter.com/WUDhVxwNqC

— h (@halsey) November 2, 2020

Jordan Peele was simple and direct.

Let’s do this.

— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) November 3, 2020

Kim Kardashian West offered some helpful notes for people to be mindful of at the booths if they are worried their voting rights being violated.

Before you show up to the polls, know your rights. @WhenWeAllVote and @866OURVOTE are here to help. pic.twitter.com/FE0xnrDXte

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) November 3, 2020

She later followed-up to proudly show off her sticker (and a face adorned with--no doubt--KKW Beauty products).

I VOTED!!!! Did u??? pic.twitter.com/QCYmRO5Pol

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) November 3, 2020

Ryan Seacrest's message was to the point, but he also provided a link for people to use to find their correct polling site.

Get out there and VOTE! https://t.co/vImsOwIonG

— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) November 3, 2020

Jamie Lee Curtis sounds as powerful as always.

Hey America. You crazy experiment. You group of huddled masses yearning to be free. The beauty of all the fighting and ideas and words and struggle is to get us to this moment. Remember why America started. Vote for something. Vote for someone. Just make sure you VOTE! pic.twitter.com/i8Ahp3fgnK

— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) November 3, 2020

The rapper Common has been busy campaigning for Joe Biden, but not too busy to tweet a reminder to vote.

Wear A Mask. Stay Hydrated. And Vote. #ElectionDay

— COMMON (@common) November 3, 2020

Actress Olivia Wilde tried to motivate voters to persevere through long lines.

STAY IN LINE
STAY IN LINE
STAY IN LINE
STAY IN LINE
STAY IN LINE
STAY IN LINE
#VOTE

— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) November 3, 2020

Josh Gad also implored his fans to get to their local polling site.

Years from now our children will ask what we did when America was on the brink. Today will be your answer. #VOTE

— Josh Gad (@joshgad) November 3, 2020

Mark Hamill usually takes to Twitter with messages made in jest, or at least with a fair deal of mockery. Today, he became quite serious. (Don't worry Hamill fans, elsewhere, he injected plenty of humor into his political tweets.)

Are you ready to #BuildBackBetter?

Are you #FiredUpAndReadyToVote?

I know I am.

LET'S DO THIS.#VoteLikeYourLifeDependsOnItBecauseItDoes

🗳️☑️🌊 https://t.co/YEM8G6tNUy

— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 3, 2020

Director Kevin Smith name-checked...a character he created.

Don’t be silent, Bob! #Vote #2020Elections #ElectionDay2020 #democracy pic.twitter.com/CX9usAiOqO

— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) November 3, 2020

Jimmy Fallon isn't one to make political statements. Today isn't much different, as he took no sides, but he did encourage fans to cast their ballots.

If you live in one of these states but you never registered... here’s some good news!! You can still #VOTE! @votesaveamerica pic.twitter.com/Z6XKkpoLLx

— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) November 3, 2020

If anyone could make a "I Voted" sticker sexy, it would of course be Jennifer Lopez.

¡Yo voté! ❤️🤍💙 ¡Vamos America! #Vote #LetsGetLoud #BidenHarris2020 pic.twitter.com/IVPWKV1vEs

— jlo (@JLo) November 3, 2020

Jim Carrey may play Joe Biden on Saturday Night Live, but today he was just another super-successful actor telling people to vote.

For Goodness’ Sake!  #BidenHarris pic.twitter.com/vr6YjwBwX1

— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) November 3, 2020

Taraji P. Henson stated the importance of contributing to the democracy of the country.

THE AUDACITY!!! PLEASE VOTE FOR THE MANY WHO DIED FOR US TO HAVE THE RIGHT!!! #WEAREPLAYINGCHESS #VOTE #THENWEHOLDTHEMACCOUNTABLE 🙏🏾💋💋💋 Repost from @i_am.bree

NEVER FORGET https://t.co/UnKzPkxmZi

— Taraji P. Henson (@tarajiphenson) November 3, 2020

Forest Whitaker also carries a degree of gravitas, as do his tweets.

Vote, and have a say in the future of our democracy. Let your voice be heard for you and your community. We may have differing points of view, but we are one nation. We all deserve to be treated with respect in a world free of fear and violence. #vote pic.twitter.com/jqLmn1Lbdg

— Forest Whitaker (@ForestWhitaker) November 3, 2020

CNN's chief medical expert, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, shared an inspiring story to get out the vote.

This is 94-year-old Mildred Madison. She had to travel 600 miles roundtrip to vote in my home state of Michigan when she didn’t receive her absentee ballot. But, she did it. She wore a mask and exercised her right to vote. Let’s all be like Mildred today. pic.twitter.com/qJDY7FfO0U

— Dr. Sanjay Gupta (@drsanjaygupta) November 3, 2020

This is but a sampling of the famous faces and bold-faced named trying to get out the vote today. If you're wondering what your favorite celebrity has to say about Election Day, chances are that if they have an active Twitter account, you can find out pretty quickly by checking it.