From Selena Gomez to Lady Gaga, Every Celebrity Who Has Voted Early in 2020 Election

There is officially just one week until the 2020 U.S. Election and millions of Americans have already cast their votes.

Currently, President Donald Trump is trailing former Vice President Joe Biden by enough percentage points for an Electoral College loss.

Biden's lead over Trump is 3.5 times higher than Hillary Clinton's was in 2016.

More than 66 million Americans have already voted early, either by returning their mail-in ballots or attending an early polling station in person, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

There is speculation that 2020 could see the highest turnout since 1908, with 65 percent of eligible voters expected to take part.

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This combination of pictures created on September 29 shows President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden squaring off during the first presidential debate at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 29. With one week until the election, Biden still has about an eight percentage point lead over Trump, a gap that could be problematic for the president's ability to win the Electoral College. JIM WATSON,SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty

Among those voting early are several celebrities who have shared them posting their ballots and urging their fans to get out and vote.

From Lady Gaga to Madonna, Kerry Washington, Selena Gomez, Will Ferrell and more, here are the celebrities who have voted early in the 2020 election

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Lady Gaga

Category: Ballot Drop Off Realness pic.twitter.com/3cYeStflOH

— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 27, 2020

Jeniffer Aniston

Selena Gomez

Reese Witherspoon

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

Julia Roberts

Demi Moore

Salma Hayek

Kerry Washington

Tracee Ellis Ross

Zendaya

Joe Jonas

Gigi Hadid

Will Ferrell

Jonathan Van Ness

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The face of a Texas resident who's absentee ballot was never delivered to where I'm going to be working on Election Day. The election board could see it was sent out Oct 8th, but it's never been found or delivered. Luckily we have early voting in Texas which, while making my voting plan I didn't know. So everyday, as my time to leave Texas to go work for a few weeks comes closer, no ballot, no ballot, no ballot. So today, I had to go to the Election Board, cancel my absentee ballot and go vote early. They told me with that cancelled ballot form I could go vote in person. When I arrived to vote in person with the form and my ID the poll worker told me I could only vote provisionally. A provisional ballot is "ok" but it's only counted in a close race. I want my vote counted period, end of story. Provisional is better than not voting but not ideal. Due to different computer systems at election board & polling station my newly canceled absentee ballot had not registered on polling site system when I went to vote. In fact, they said I would have to wait until the computer system updated my newly cancelled absentee ballot status, and I "should" be able to vote. Hell no I thought. So I called the election board back and they were able to process it by end of day so I could go back to vote in person for sure. The point is it took me like 4 hours to make sure my vote would count. How many others absentee ballots are lost? I encourage you to go to your counties election website and see what to do and if you can cancel it and vote early if possible. Thanks to all the election board and poll workers who helped me!! It's not their fault but this system they are trying to work is hard so keep the faith & vote!! Love Y'all!

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David Hasselhoff

Elle Fanning

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That #voteearly glow !

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Halle Berry

Zoe Kravitz

Busy Phillips

Elizabeth Banks

Mandy Moore

Camilla Cabello

Sarah Hyland

Jessica Alba

Natalie Portman

Whoopi Goldberg

Vanessa Hudgens

Ashlee Simpson Ross

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Get out and vote! No excuses!

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Madonna

Jensen Ackles

Kacey Musgraves

WORTH THE HOUR LONG LINE AND THE ANNOYING BUSINESS SPREADSHEET PHONE YELLER GUY BEHIND ME pic.twitter.com/eOZmAojmDU

— K A C E Y (@KaceyMusgraves) October 14, 2020

Earlier today, (October 27) Trump told the public to go and change their vote claiming they want to switch their support to him.

"Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers changing it to me," Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

"The answer in most states is YES. Go do it. Most important Election of your life!"

In some states, once an early vote is cast it is fixed, though some jurisdictions will allow people to change who they chose to put on the ballot.

Trump's tweet came as polls show him lagging behind Biden—a Real Clear Politics average of national polls shows Biden leading Trump by 7.3 points.

As for the electoral college, the non-partisan Cook Political Report predicted on September 29 that Biden will win the race for the White House by securing at least 290 electoral college votes. This forecast predicts just 163 solid electoral college votes for Trump.

This election could also feature a very high turnout of young voters according to a poll.

A national survey released Monday by Harvard University found that 63 percent of respondents aged 18-29 said they would "definitely" vote in this year's election—a substantial increase over the 47 percent who said the same before the 2016 election.