Celebrities are making a show of star-powered force to encourage voters to head to the polls on Tuesday.
Hundreds of entertainers teamed up with nonpartisan civic engagement group HeadCount.org for a get-out-the-vote drive on social media. Among the eclectic group of celebs to lend their virtual support on Election Day was “The Colbert Report” host Stephen ColbertStephen Tyrone ColbertFox News dominates prime-time ratings during Afghanistan crisis Colbert confirms he was disinvited from Obama's 60th Colbert: Trump era 'almost like a spell was being cast' on the American people MORE, rapper T.I., singer Fergie, “Weird Al” Yankovic, comedienne Sarah Silverman, Linkin Park, comedian Lewis Black, late-night host Jimmy KimmelJames (Jimmy) Christian KimmelJimmy Kimmel jokes unvaccinated shouldn't get ICU bed Fox News dominates prime-time ratings during Afghanistan crisis Megan Fox: Critics who bashed Trump 'legend' remark have a 'burn a witch at the stake mentality' MORE and John Legend.
I normally don't get all political, but I encourage everybody, please - vote for the less objectionable candidates. pic.twitter.com/33IS6CkNFV— Al Yankovic (@alyankovic) November 4, 2014
"West Wing" alumni Rob Lowe and Allison Janney also weighed in:
— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) November 4, 2014