Este 8 de noviembre, el día en que los estadounidenses deciden quién será su próximo presidente, famosos como los actores Neil Patrick Harris y Anne Hathaway, y la cantante Taylor Swift, han utilizado Instagram para contarle a sus fanes que ya acudieorn a las urnas.
Swift fue una de las estrellas que sorprendió a sus más de 90 millones de seguidores en esa red social, al compartir una foto luego de votar.
La imagen causó sensación, ya que que durante toda la campaña previa a las elecciones nunca se expresó respecto del tema. De hecho, se desconoce si la exitosa cantante pop votó por Donald Trump o por Hillary Clinton, pues nunca manifestó su apoyo a ningún candidato.
Anna Kendrick, Kate Hudson, Justin Theroux, Keith Urban, Sofía Vergara, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Cameron Díaz, Jessica Alba y Olivia Wilde fueron otras de las celebridades que se tomaron selfies con la insignia de I Voted (“Voté”).
He aquí esos momentos, tal y como los compartieron en sus redes sociales:
— Keith Urban (@KeithUrban) November 8, 2016
I normally try and keep things light on here, but today is a really important day. This election has sadly brought out the worst in people, and too many hateful comments. So please remember everyone is allowed an opinion, but I will be so disappointed if it's not done with respect. First of all, and most importantly get out there and vote. This election is not just about choosing a president (more on that in a second) these decisions affect our local communities. You have a voice and this is how it's heard. So please before you vote- read up on propositions and candidates. And now for the big one. Yes #I'mWithHer. I realize she may not be everyone's ideal candidate but without question she is the most qualified person to run our country. I have a young daughter, and I want her to know that she can do and be anything. In fact that was the entire point of creating this nation. No matter race or gender or sexual orientation, you should be able to accomplish anything, regardless of what you look like. I want my daughter to watch a woman get sworn in as president, so as she grows up that will be her normal. I've worked my entire life with that glass ceiling over my head and now it's time to shatter that. There I have said my piece. Again I implore you, while I respect that everyone is allowed an opinion please no hate. Give respect and you will get respect.
Did it. Voted. And, as always, I feel a sense of pride and gratitude, exercising my right to participate in this way. This year I felt something beyond pride and gratitude – I felt a little overwhelmed as I marked my ballot and thought of all the strong women in my life, starting with my mother and my sister… all my female friends, coaches, directors… all my TEACHERS. I don't even know for sure who all these women throughout my life voted for in this election but when I voted, I thought of all of them.
— will.i.am (@iamwill) November 8, 2016
— Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) November 8, 2016
— Vanessa Hudgens (@VanessaHudgens) November 8, 2016