Lady Gaga Sends A Hug, Cardi B Is Stressed, And More Celeb Reactions To The 2020 Election
Here's a supportive reminder: The 2020 presidential election is far from determined. As of this writing, the race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden looks to hinge
on three battleground states, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. Nevertheless zoomed out, a total of 3 million ballots have although to be counted
in seven key states, per The New York Times
— and as of 2 a.M. ET on Wednesday (November 4), some states had not even begun to report their early vote tallies at all, according to the Vote Early Day
This sort of uncertainty makes for plenty of stress and anxiety, and it's exceptionally critical to continue to take care of yourself as it continues. What might be comforting to know is that celebrities are dealing with this, also, and then some are even choosing to post through it. Below, we've rounded up some of those notable reactions to display to you that you're not alone.
In one of the strangest election years of our lifetimes, Lady Gaga
is here to remind us to be patient, and that every vote matters. The pop star, who campaigned for Biden and Harris in Pittsburgh
on Monday night with an efficiency of "Shallow" and also you and I," also sent each person "a big hug," which just feels nice.
, aka Cindi Mayweather, came through with a much-needed reminder that it's over up until it's over. And it's not officially over up until every vote is counted.
The "Anyone" singer took to Twitter to express a regular refrain: Given, well, everything that's happened since 2016 — and in particular given all of the protests and marches
that happened over the summer — how was the 2020 election a close battle? "I'm not losing hope. My faith is strong. Just very disappointed at how close this is," she continued in a follow-up tweet. "Like.... Really y'all?"
moreover to the doomscroll-y content above, Teigen also tweeted a brief video showing her "stress cooking
" with an avocado on the counter in front of her. The night before Election Day, Teigen appeared onstage
with her spouse, John Legend, at a Biden rally in Philadelphia.
Soon after throwing her support beyond the Biden-Harris ticket ahead of the election, Cardi
had no choice although to wordlessly puff on three cigarettes as she watched the returns — specifically, as she watched state soon after state go for Trump.
In a series of tweets, Halsey
— who'd rubber bullets fired at her
at a protest against racist violence over the summer — railed against the president for "skewing logic
" and also his threats
to use the Supreme Court to put a stop to ballot counting sort in attempt to declare himself the winner.
raises an especially good point!!!
Lana Del Rey
spent Election Night at Denny's, enjoying a nice, socially distanced spread in a tent, tracking live updates through the smartphone. Oh, and she slipped in some pertinent intelligence for fans, namely that her forthcoming "folky" album, Chemtrails Over the Nation Club
, is delayed due to vinyl processing backups. Nevertheless in the meantime, Lana's got you covered. "In the meantime, I'm gonna give you a digital record of American standards and classics for Christmas," she mentioned, holding a Denny's coffee cup, "because I can't get the record ferns to open 'til March 5." (She also clapped back at a fan who claimed she voted for Trump with an eas message: "Go. Fuxk. Yourself.
Immediately after apparently tweeting (and deleting) a message of "WELP" early Wednesday morning (November 4), the Independent presidential candidate seemed to concede his campaign — despite racking up a reported
60,000 votes — only to post a tweet looking forward to 2024. Four years is a long time. We'll visualize what happens.
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