Lady Gaga shares a strong message that encourages people to vote. (Photo: Getty Images)
Lady Gaga urges Americans to vote in a video posted on social media on Friday in which she rocks some of her most notable looks and tells fans that “anyone can find a reason to vote”.
While the 34-year-old had already cast her vote and wore a pair of pink platform boots, the singer and actress joined a number of other standout ensembles to greet those who also voted early and to speak to those who did had not done yet.
“I believe no matter how you feel about the election right now, you are still accountable. Maybe you are tired of all the fighting or are frustrated with COVID and don’t want to deal with it, or maybe you don’t like all of the candidates, or maybe you are feeling so discouraged by the state of our nation that you decided not to fight I don’t believe a vote because you think it’s better not to be part of the system – the system you don’t like, ”she said. “If you want to change this system, if you want this country to be different than it is now, you have to vote in these elections.”
Gaga went on to explain the ramifications of the most important elections in the country’s history, saying, “When it is announced who has won the election, it will become clear what has become of this country.” She even assures Americans that if they don’t have a plane ticket or somewhere else to stay, the elected government will affect the way everyone lives.
“I’m telling you, no matter how you feel, your future is still in your hands with this vote. What you do affects you, ”she said. “The fact is that the most critical vote right now is the one this country may never see. It is yours.”
For those who haven’t found a reason to vote yet, Gaga has only pulled a few off. “Vote in honor of someone you love, vote in honor of someone who loves you. Vote in honor of someone you’ve lost, someone you know who would stand in line for hours in the polls but can’t because they’re no longer with us. Vote in honor of all those voices who have less power or vote for the future children whose voices have not yet been heard. The future voices who will inherit this house, ”she said.
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The activist, who spoke out against current President Donald Trump and teamed up with former Vice President Joe Biden for a PSA to stop sexual assault in 2017, also admitted that her message is not exclusively reserved for those who work for same candidate as she did vote.
“Even if you disagree with me, your voice is still important to the world,” she said. “You can vote early, but you cannot vote late. And Tuesday is your last shot. “
Gaga got her message across with a series of costume changes that showed off her best looks from her days as the singer on “Poker Face” to disguising as Ally on A Star is Born. She has also recreated her infamous meat dress from the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards and the look she donned at the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show.
“I’ve never been shy about getting my voice to be heard, I’ve said a lot of things in a lot of different ways, wearing a lot of different outfits, makeup, hats, clothes made of flesh, jumping out of stadiums, screaming on stage,” she said as an homage to her different looks and phases during her career. “I may have changed and changed, but one thing that has never changed is my voice and what I believe in. My voice will be heard in this election. Will be yours? “
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