Responding to Donald Trump's policy, the stars doubled their efforts to invite Americans to vote this fall.
From Taylor Swift to Oprah, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Hollywood's hottest people are upset about mid-term elections in the United States today.
Given the fact that this is historically much less publicly published than what the person who will take the oval office in the next four years, this mobilization is even more spectacular.
From door to door
Constants of recent months, calls to "fulfilling their duty as a citizen" have been abundant in recent weeks, such as those of Oprah Winfrey. The video showing the popular door-to-door garrison in Georgia urging voters to go to the polls – and support the Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams – have quickly become viral.
Since Friday, a four-day capsule in which Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio remind voters of the "important role" of mid-term elections, collects clicks on YouTube. A few days earlier, the spot, directed by Jodie Foster with actresses like Julianne Moore and Cher, also slipped into the internet.
A special program that encourages people to vote is also shown live on YouTube and Facebook last night. title Telethon for America. The event had top stars like Amy Schumer, Jane Fonde, Charlize Theron, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Debra Messing.
Other recent examples of concrete actions? Julia Roberts, Rihanna and Katy Perry reproduced messages posted on Instagram, Madonna's only tweeter video from 1990, in which Vogue replaced her by "voting" and on Sunday Timothée Chalamet ended her speech at the Hollywood Film Awards by launching "Go vote! "
Even Justin Bieber turned on. On Twitter, a young Canadian singer pushed millions of subscribers to "hear their voices," pointing out that he would, if there were a chance.
Will this offensive of rich and famous affect the results? It's hard to say. Of course, as of October 31, the previous vote ($ 24 million) surpassed the total number of previous votes in the mid-term elections of 2014 or 21 million dollars.
Another statistic pointing to the electoral power of the artist: last month, nearly 65,000 Americans were registered on site.org.org 24 hours after Taylor Swift, who kept secret secrets of political alley, supporters of the Democratic Party.
It will also be interesting to observe the response of young people after the vote is over, as in the 2016 election only 46.1% of 18 to 29 years voted, according to the State Census Office. State.