Celebs accept Michelle Obama's challenge to assemble a #VotingSquad
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Former first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaMichelle Obama releases her voting playlist Obama to young voters: Create 'a new normal in America' by voting for Biden Obama hits trail to help Biden, protect legacy MORE issued a challenge to celebrities to round up a #VotingSquad, and several are answering the call.

In a tweet on Tuesday, Obama encouraged her followers to "make a plan to vote."

"We can’t let anyone sit this election out! Get your #VotingSquad together, make a plan to vote, and challenge three friends to do the same. I challenge my @WhenWeAllVote co-chairs to get their #VotingSquad," she tweeted. 


The tweet also included a screen-share of a group chat in which celebrities such as Kerry Washington, Chris Paul, Selena Gomez, Tom Hanks, Shonda Rhimes and Janelle Monáe assured Obama that they were up for the challenge.

The goal of the challenge is to mobilize voters to take action and have their voices heard in the Nov. 3 presidential election. More than 6 million Americans in 27 states have already cast their ballots.

Faith Hill responded to Obama's challenge in a tweet on Wednesday.


"Challenge accepted @MichelleObama! My #VotingSquad and I voted together today," she wrote. The singer tagged Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini, Ingrid Andress, Karen Fairchild and Dolly Parton to assemble their own squads.

Michelle Monaghan also accepted the challenge and tagged her cast members from her recent film "The Craft: Legacy."


The #VotingSquad trend is part of the larger When We All Vote organization that was launched by Obama along with co-chairs Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Monáe, Paul, Hill and McGraw in 2018.