Ariana Grande, Mike Tyson, Dwayne Johnson, Taylor Swift, 50 Cent, Madonna... all these celebrities and many others have shared their political opinions. Are these stars going to vote for Donald Trump or Joe Biden? Read on to find out…
George Clooney has been a big supporter of Joe Biden throughout his campaign.
The young singer just released ‘Positions,’ a song in which she imagines herself as President of the United States. Would she be a Democrat or a Republican? As a former supporter of Bernie Sanders, she would rather turn to Joe Biden.
Among the actors who took part in the quiz was Scarlett Johansson. There is no doubt when it comes to her choice in the American election.
Along with several Avengers actors, Chris Evans took part in a quiz to raise funds for Joe Biden.
For the first time, The Rock has supported a candidate. He spoke out in support of Joe Biden via a video posted on his social networks. ‘In this critical election, I believe Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the best people to lead our country,’ he said.
She shared the moment she voted in the American election on Instagram. She captioned this post with the hashtag #bidenharris2020, which says it all.
Singer Taylor Swift called on her fans to vote for the Democratic candidate. She even made cookies with the Democratic Party logo on them.
Along with his wife Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks has already made donations to Joe Biden's campaign. They even supported Senator Kamala Harris's campaign in 2019.
The rapper had a long and very friendly Zoom conversation with Joe Biden last August. Biden asked her to help him get young people to vote. She seems to have taken it very seriously.
The rapper says he has never voted until today, but he decided to go to the polls to ‘regain power.’ ‘It's time to take back OUR power. Voting is the first step,’ he said on Twitter.
Comedian Amy Schumer led a virtual discussion with Hillary Clinton in support of the Democratic candidate. On numerous occasions in the past, she has shown her support for Joe Biden and had congratulated his wife, Jill Biden, for ‘blocking’ a demonstrator.
The actor expressed his preference for Joe Biden on Twitter, while criticising Donald Trump. ‘The difference between Biden and Trump is clear. Biden is the candidate of possibility. Trump tells us that it's not his fault, that it doesn't exist or that it's impossible to fix. Climate change, police reform, Covid, racism, Trump offers nothing. Biden intends to solve them all.’
The American rapper tweeted that he ‘didn't want to be 20cent,’ referring to Joe Biden's tax plan.
The king of the MMA has spoken out in support of Donald Trump several times. In a tweet in January 2020, he said: ‘Phenomenal president. Quite possibly the USA GOAT. Most certainly one of them anyway, as he sits atop the shoulders of many amazing giants that came before him.’
The boxer is good friends with Donald Trump. The two men often speak to each other on social media.
The rapper confessed to the New York Times that if he was going to vote, it would be for Donald Trump.
Politics can also take its toll on a band. The Beach Boys’ historical singer, Mike Love, supports Donald Trump and has even performed to raise funds for him. This deeply annoyed his bandmates Brian Wilson and Al Jardine.
The American actor, known for his roles in Midnight Cowboy, Pearl Harbor, and Mission: Impossible, posted a video on Twitter. In it, Angelina Jolie's father states that ‘the United States is in danger with liberal left-wing thinkers.’
Kid Rock is a faithful friend of Donald Trump. The singer has even played golf several times with the American president.
Politics divide families in the United States. While Alec Baldwin parodies Donald Trump regularly on SNL and went to war with the president on Twitter, his younger brother Stephen supports Donald Trump and even participated in the president's show, The Celebrity Apprentice.