While many had to stand waiting in line, Miley Cyrus had the VIP treatment as she voted in Beverly Hills yesterday.

The Daily Mail reports that the 23-year-old singer never left her fancy 4x4 to cast her ballot, as she attended a drive-through polling station in Los Angeles.

The Voice mentor was even chauffeur driven by her on-off-on-again boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, who kept a tight hold of the wheel.

I voted today for @hillaryclinton I am so proud of all of you who did the same! #imwithher A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Nov 8, 2016 at 11:05am PST

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Miley looked cheery as she cast her vote - which she revealed on social media was for Hillary - with her hair scraped off her face in a messy updo.

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She appeared to be make-up free and wore a white T-shirt, which had a giant H on it.
The Last Song actress posted a picture with her 'I voted' sticker, to social media.

The star attended the fire station in the exclusive neighbourhood, which offers curbside voting.

The special service is usually offered in a few locations to voters with a disability or for those who can't stand in line.

'Any voter who cannot reach the voting area at the polling place because of architectural barriers or physical limitations may request to vote "curbside" (outside of the polling location). A pollworker will bring a ballot and a voting device to the voter, assist the voter if necessary and place the voter's ballot in the ballot box' LAvote.net explains.

Miley is one of a number of stars to share their eagerness to vote with social media followers.

Today is the day. Go out and VOTE 🇺🇸

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From New York City to Los Angeles, stars such as Taylor Swift, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman and Anne Hathaway took to social media to show themselves heading to the polls.


Some shared who they were voting for, while others just urged fans to make it to the polls - no matter their political allegiance.

However, they all appeared to have stood in line - with even Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump walking inside a polling place themselves to cast their vote.