Leonardo DiCaprio, Charlize Theron, Mark Ruffalo among others shared their reaction to the uncomfortably close presidential race
It is no secret that Hollywood is not particularly fond of President Trump. During the last four years, celebrities often went above and beyond to highlight the failings of the Trump administration, and they have been particularly outspoken about their political views in recent weeks.
From celebrating the first elected transgender state senator in US history to joking about popping Xanax to control election anxiety, Hollywood stars were seen pulling an all-nighter and sharing their reactions to the tight presidential race.
We are all a mess of anxiety right now but at least we can celebrate this incredible news 🙌🏻 https://t.co/MlUMCnXfEF— Charlize Theron (@CharlizeAfrica) November 4, 2020
Oscar winning actor Charlize Theron celebrated Sarah McBride’s victory.
What time is it? It feels like a million o'clock— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) November 4, 2020
“The Avengers” actor Mark Ruffalo reminded fans to stay hopeful as Biden and Trump clash in an uncomfortably close race.
God, I love the first night of Election Week. So festive. We broke out the traditional stress ball garlands and I’m going to carve the Xanax in about 20 minutes.— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) November 4, 2020
Leonardo DiCaprio and Seth Rogen urged Minnesota and Arizona voters to show up and stay in line.
#Minnesota: The future of our democracy depends on you showing up to the polls today — make your voice heard and make it count.— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) November 3, 2020
Here's what you need to know:
✔️ Find your polling place: https://t.co/s5dzc12TeN
✔️ You can register to vote in-person
✔️ Polls close at 8pm
People of Arizona, PLEASE STAY IN LINE. If you’re in line, they must let you vote.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) November 4, 2020
While Schitt’s Creek creator Dan Levy expressed his gratitude towards the Biden-Harris campaign, model Chrissy Teigen expressed her fear of being forced into a handmaid’s fate if Trump wins.
So much love to everyone working the polls, everyone working on the #BidenHarris2020 campaign, everyone who has gone above and beyond for the greater good. Grateful for you and your time and commitment to a better tomorrow. ❤️✌🏼— dan levy (@danjlevy) November 3, 2020
It’s insane what *our* fears are if we lose, compared to their fears if Biden wins. like we will prob all die or be handmaids and they’re worried about bathroom safety— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 4, 2020
The latest vote tally showed Democrat challenger Joe Biden with a lead in the Electoral College - 224 votes to 213, with 270 needed for victory - but with counting still to be completed in at least five major “battleground” states: Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Georgia.