How Awkwafina, Madonna, Brad Pitt, Justin Bieber and More Hollywood Stars Are Urging Americans to Vote in Midterm Elections
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"Vote your ass off," Ryan Reynolds tweets.

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Demi Lovato broke her social media silence since her near-fatal drug overdose in July, sharing a photo of herself at a voting booth.

"I am so grateful to be home in time to vote! One vote can make a difference, so make sure your voice is heard! Now go out out and #VOTE!!!!"

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Oprah Winfrey took to Instagram late Monday night to remind her 15 million followers that "the antidote to hate" is to "vote your love."

"I heard people were making racist robo-calls in my name against Stacey Abrams, who I am 100 percent for in Georgia," she said sternly in a video message (below). "I just wanna say, Jesus don't like ugly. Mm-mm, and we know what to do about that: Vote. Tomorrow, show up and show out. And vooooote!" (Read full story here.)

Jennifer Lopez also chimed in on Monday evening with a video message (below) to her Instagram followers, which she captioned in part, "They think young people don’t vote, latinos don’t vote, women dont vote, PROVE THEM WRONG!!!"

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If you're still on the fence about voting for the Midterm Elections on Tuesday, 1.) Why? 2.) Maybe your favorite Hollywood star can sway you toward fulfilling your civic duty.

Awkwafina, Billy Eichner, Madonna, Ryan Reynolds, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Justin Bieber are among the celebrities encouraging everyone, specifically millennials, to get out and vote tomorrow. They're using their social media accounts, interviews with the press and PSA videos to stress the importance of voting in this election.

As many have noted, millennials (those who range from 22 to 37 years old) are just on the cusp of the baby boomers to become the largest generation. However, they often get a bad reputation for being complainers. This is something that frustrates Awkwafina, the "Crazy Rich Asians" star who spoke to TooFab at the Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday and vented over the low turnout from young voters in the 2016 election that put President Donald Trump in office.

"I feel like millenials -- we're like the loudest group online about issues, grievances and their complaints, but they didn't go out," Awkwafina said. "We didn't get that support. I'm sure that some did, but put some action to those words."

"Guess what is a really good Instagram spot? You at the polls," she continued. "Instagram that instead of a whole complaining caption. Go vote! Just go do it. That's what they need to do, so I hope they do. I hope they take it seriously."

"Billy on the Street" host Eichner has been traveling across the country speaking to millennials as part of the "Glam Up the Midterms" movement. Similarly to Awkwafina, he tweeted that young voters need to stop complaining and just vote.

"If you have enough time to tweet your complaints about the constant reminders to vote, then maybe get off Twitter, go canvass, knock on some doors, make calls/texts with @swingleft as a break from these terrible reminders to help us vote white supremacists out of office," the comedian tweeted. "And if not, I guess you can just keep tweeting while the rest of us do the work that you will hopefully reap the benefits of."

Pitt and DiCaprio teamed up on their own PSA, probably because they've been buddying up on the set of Quentin Tarantino movie "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," and even got music superstar Bieber to share it to his 102 million Instagram followers.

"I'm Canadian and normally don't post about U.S. politics, but I respect these two handsome gentlemen way too much," Bieber captioned the video of the movie stars. "So when asked to post by them, I said yes. Everyone should have their voices heard, and I hope this week everyone who can vote does and feels valued."

Music icon Madonna also used social media platforms to encourage young people to vote with a twist on her hit song, "Vogue."

"Strike a pose there's nothing to it -- V O T E midterms," she tweeted, and also posted a throwback video of her singing a remix of the song, using the word "vote" in lieu of "Vogue."

Reynolds, one of Hollywood's most famous smart asses, simply said, "Vote your ass off tomorrow."

See how Hollywood is urging voters to get to the polls below.

I voted!

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The antidote to Hate... VOTE your love!

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You’d think I’d be all set to vote right? Here’s a little story: I had to enter my info 4 times before the state site confirmed I was registered! This is how passionate I am about using my voice and my right to vote. You have to have the patience and interest in getting to the polls tomorrow. They think young people don’t vote, latinos don’t vote, women dont vote, PROVE THEM WRONG!!! This election affects us ALL. VOTE. It’s so important that ALL of our voices are heard, not just a few... we live in a beautiful country where we all have a say!!! I urge all of you PLEASE get out there and vote, there are so many issues at stake these elections!! And they affect us all in our daily lives in some way! If you are frustrated by what you been seeing and hearing, you can change it!! You have the power!!! I HAVE A BUNCH OF VOTER INFO IN MY STORIES TO HELP YOU!! #GOVOTE #VOTA #ELECTIONEVE #VOTETUESDAY

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FLORIDA: You have the opportunity to make history this election. The US has only had four black Governors in its entire history, and we can help make #AndrewGillum the next one and Florida’s first! If you’re tired of feeling like you don’t matter in the political process, know the most important thing you can do in supporting a candidate is finding someone who will take on critical issues such as: making minimum wage a livable wage, paying teachers what their worth, ensuring criminal justice reform, making healthcare a right, and repealing Stand Your Ground. That’s a platform we MUST support. Let’s #bringithome, Florida. Vote @andrewgillum. And VOTE YES on Amendment 4 to restore voting rights to folks who have already paid their debt to society. VOTE on November 6th!

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Starts with the yungins

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What we Stand For. #Vote

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White women! Listen to the brilliant @mspackyetti! Even if you are of the 47% who did not vote for Trump, chances are you know a white woman who did. Now is the time to put our white sisters to task. FIFTY THREE PERCENT of white women voted for a man who openly admitted to sexual assault. Tomorrow’s election is our opportunity to put the reckless misogyny of the current administration in check. So talk to the women in your life and challenge them if they are voting Republican. This is a party that blindly supports the racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic rhetoric of the Commander-in-Chief. You can not support them without supporting that ideology. And it starts with us white women. Coming to terms with the fact that the abuse runs so deep, we will stand up for the abuser. No more.

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CLOSE THE BEACHES, DAMMIT!! #vote #america

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