An army of celebrities are taking to social media as election day looms in the US - and they're not shy about letting their feelings known.
Dozens of actors, musicians and fashion identities are uploading photos and videos showing their support for Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump, Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton - or neither.
Joss Whedon gathered stars from the Avengers and Firefly franchises to urge Americans to vote, and just a day before the election, gathered more famous faces to drive the point home.
There was also the star-studded (and slightly cheesy) DNC Fight Song video, and the hilarious Funny or Die video which appeared last week.
*Warning: This clip contains offensive language*
And on top of that, celebs such as Madonna, Christie Brinkley, Lady Gaga and the inevitable Kardashians are all using social media to let us know who they will be voting for.
Here's what they're saying.
Trust me, I look up to these women much more than I care about being popular or neutral. I care about my daughter, my mom, women in general. I also care about minorities, gay rights, human rights, global warming, military heroes, POW's. Just to name a few. And I generally don't tolerate douchebaggery. So, #imwithher
January 23rd, 2016 I found myself, alone in a hotel room in Iowa the day before the caucuses. I only knew that I felt Hillary Clinton was the strongest Democrat in the race. We had no idea then who her opponent would be. I drove acrross a frozen state with @amyklobuchar meeting people at house parties and in small campaign offices. We all talked about @hillaryclinton experience, strength and hope. From those first days till now I have only increased my support. From Iowa to Nevada and California I listened to stories of voters who believe that we are #strongertogether. Proud to be an on the eve of this historic election.