The Election is officially less than one week away, and the race is tighter than ever between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
As Americans prepare to take to the polls and express their support for one candidate or another, the celebrities they follow on a daily basis have made no qualm about voicing their support for one candidate over another. Many have expressed their support for Hillary Clinton by expressing fear over a possible Trump Presidency, or excitement over her possibly becoming the first female President in U.S. history.
Here are a list of celebs who have actively voiced support for Hillary Clinton:
Adele, who actually can't vote, told fans at a concert in Miami that she was "100 percent" for Clinton, and flat out told her fans not to vote for "him," in reference to Trump.
The comedienne and cousin of New York Senator Charles Schumer has made no qualms about showcasing her support for Clinton, tweeting her own support, and also retweeting several tweets about other women who support Clinton
Beyonce & Jay Z:
The superstar couple are big supporters of Clinton, donating money to her campaign, and Jay Z has even announced a concert he would headline to encourage voters to vote for her
George Bush's former Secretary of State has announced his support of Clinton
The American horror Story and Nashville actress shared her support of Clinton with an Instagram post that detailed exactly why she was supporting her
The singer got political during a rally in Iowa, where she performed songs and introduced Clinton to the crowd, announcing her support in the process
The Talk Show Host has often shown her support for Clinton on her show, by inviting her onto the show several times to discuss her viewpoints and has even said that she thinks she stands for "everything that I want" in a president.
Elizabeth Banks, Mandy Moore, Rachel Platten, Pitch Perfect Cast Members, Aisha Tyler & Several Others:
In a video produced by Banks, several celebrities (too many to count) vouched their support for Clinton by seeing an a cappella style version of Rachel Platten's "Fight Song"
Clooney announced his support of Clinton in an open letter to voters, also targeting Donald Trump's tactics and comments in the process
Jamie Lee Curtis & Lady Gaga:
The two celebs teamed up together to show their support in a Twitter photo
The actor has donated to her campaign
The singer and his wife, Chrissy Teigen, have actually hit the campaign trail for Clinton
Justin Timberlake & Jessica Biel:
The singer and actress hosted a fundraising event in Clinton's honor over the summer
The reality star and model voiced her support for Clinton in an Instagram post
The actress spoke at the Democratic National Convention over the summer, saying that Clinton would be the first female president for the U.S., but she certainly "wouldn't be the last."
Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington, Viola Davis, Ellen Pompeo:
Rhimes spearheaded a new ad campaign in support of Clinton featuring her female stars from Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder and Grey's Anatomy
The Orange Is The New Black actress kept things simple with her supportive tweet