Khloe Kardashian, Katy Perry, Little People’s Amy Roloff and more celebs hit the polls as they vote for US President – The Sun

FAMOUS faces from the worlds of music, film and television hit the polls on Tuesday to vote for the US President.

From Khloe Kardashian and Katy Perry to Little People's Amy Roloff and the Real Housewives, the stars made sure to "express their voice" by backing either Joe Biden or Donald Trump.

Some celebrities revealed they had voted by posing with their "vote" stickers, while others shared footage of their local polling stations.

In the Donald Trump camp are famous names including 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, country musician Kid Rock and actress Kirstie Alley.

Joe Biden, meanwhile, can count on the support of Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez.

Also among those backing the 'push' was Katy Perry who posted images and a video of her wearing a huge "I Voted" sign over her head.

Beyonce posted a gif to Instagram while wearing a Biden/Harris facemask alongside the message "Come thru, Texas! #VOTE."

Friends star Jennifer Aniston uploaded a picture of her posting her vote while making it clear she was in Biden/Harris camp.

She wrote: "I voted for them because right now this country is more divided than ever."

Taylor Swift wrote on her Instagram page that she has also decided to back the Democrat hopeful.

Kourtney Kardashian also posted an 'I Voted' image on social media but has not declared who for – although her brother-in-law Kanye West is in the presidential race.

Selena Gomez posted a picture of herself alongside the words: "Just finished filling out my ballot!"

LPBW star Amy shared a selfie as she urged fans to exercise their right to vote in a lengthy caption.

"What am I thankful for? I’m thankful I get to and can vote. And VOTE I did. So many before me made this opportunity, right and sacrificed so I could," she wrote.

"So you say you want a voice? This is a perfect way to express your voice- VOTE. Regardless who you vote for (Trump or Biden) we as individuals are the ones that can make a difference," Amy added.

"In the state of Oregon, we vote by mail and I made sure I did it as early as I could. I’m thankful I have the freedom and right to vote. I hope you’re thankful as well."

She signed off: "Who ever wins the election I hope we respect the process and continue to be our best, on all levels, for our country. It’s worth it."

RHOC star Meghan King said she'd be voting for Joe Biden "because I want to hate the President a normal amount."

She explained that she would be heading to the poll station while her three kids – who she shares with ex Jim Edmonds – were in preschool.

Filming her local station, Meghan told fans: "Two hours till preschool pickup. Beautiful day to stand outside and heckle the Misssouri voters (KIDDING).

"The only time I got o church is to vote and believe me, I'm gonna be praying too."

RHOBH star Lisa Rinna, meanwhile, proudly documented her 18-year-old daughter Amelia's first time voting.

Amelia – who was recently linked to Scott Disick – cheered and danced as she left the ballot box in a video Lisa shared on her Instagram Stories.

Lisa later donned a "VOTE" sweater and cap as she danced around her husband, Harry Hamlin in her garden.

Other A-listers to exercise their democratic right were John Legend, Joe Jonas, model Karlie Kloss and Jena Frumes.






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