Biden campaign to take over 'Supernatural' star's Instagram for interview
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Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenKlain on Manchin's objection to Neera Tanden: He 'doesn't answer to us at the White House' Senators given no timeline on removal of National Guard, Capitol fence Overnight Defense: New Senate Armed Services chairman talks Pentagon policy nominee, Afghanistan, more | Biden reads report on Khashoggi killing | Austin stresses vaccine safety in new video MORE’s campaign is leveraging celebrities' social media followings for interviews, kicking off Monday with a Q&A led by “Supernatural” actor Misha Collins

Collins announced on Twitter that he will have a conversation with the Biden campaign’s senior adviser, Karine Jean-Pierre, on Monday afternoon on his Instagram account, which has 4.2 million followers.

“Monday @ 3:30 PM ET, I’ll be LIVE on Instagram with @JoeBiden’s senior campaign advisor @K_JeanPierre for a sneak-peek into the future of America. (We’ll also admit our weird COVID hobbies.) If you have a question for me to pose, ask below. See you there!,” Collins tweeted Sunday. 

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The Biden campaign is planning to do similar interviews with a range of celebrities as part of its #TeamJoeTalks initiative, according to the campaign. 

The conversations will include one between “West Wing” actor Bradley Whitford and Stacey Abrams, who is considered one of Biden’s potential running mates, about voting rights. Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio and former presidential candidate Andrew YangAndrew YangNYC's largest union endorses Maya Wiley in mayoral race Five things to watch in the New York City mayoral race Yang hits donation requirements to get city funds in NYC mayor's race MORE are among the other celebrities set to be included in the initiative, according to the campaign. 

Axios first reported about the new initiative. 

"They all have audiences that we are tapping into," Adrienne Elrod, who joined the Biden campaign last month to manage outreach initiatives with high-profile supporters, told Axios. "People are still at home, living on their phones."

--Updated at 10:51 a.m.