Nothing Says 'Get Out and Vote' Like Kate Beckinsale in a Black Bra With 'Vote' Emblazoned in Gold

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One of the things I’ve always admired about Hollywood stars is how they are so able to let their important hair down and identify with the common folk — as only out-of-touch multimillionaires can. Take British actress Kate Beckinsale, for example.

The super “progressive” British star recently urged her fans in America to get out and vote — for Joe Biden and the Democrats, of course. And nothing quite says “vote” to Middle America like Kate Beckinsale posing in a custom black bra by jeweler Nina Berenato, with “Vote” emblazoned in gold across her — never mind, check it out for yourself.

In a recent Instagram post, Beckinsale implored Americans to vote on her behalf.

“I can’t vote due to being 🇬🇧 but I CAN wear a custom golden VOTE bra and encourage you to. In fact please vote on my behalf. If the voter registration deadline has passed, you can still register to vote in person at a designated Election Day Registration office. Contact your Local Election Office if you have any questions. Check your state for details. Also do not wear a metal bra next to an open fire for an extended period of time.”

(Note to self: no metal bras next to open fires.)

You might remember — or not — Beckinsale’s 2016 appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” when she told the equally-Trump-loathing host that she “wished” Donald Trump would try, as reported by The Sun, to “grab her new character’s lady bits.”

Beckinsale wasn’t the only star who encouraged (Trump-hating) people to get out and vote. This Biden campaign ad by Lady Gaga was about as Gaga-weird as it gets. Okay, maybe not that weird, but still weird, nonetheless.

Speaking of weird, nothing says weird like Gaga’s pal Christina Aguilera decked out in this “F* This I’m Going to Vote” gown.

Model, actress, and Justin Bieber’s wife Hailey Baldwin killed two birds with one stone by urging her fans to get out and vote in her new campaign for Levi’s.

Kourtney Kardashian chipped in, as well. No word on whether she planned to vote for bro-in-law Kanye.

And last but certainly not least, Grammy-winner Lizzo got all dressed up (and not) — star-spangled style — and urged her fans to vote with this “motivational” Instagram message.

“Hey YOU. Have you felt the same disconnect from this country? Have YOU felt like this nation is your house but not your home? It’s because we are on stolen land trying to live within laws written by white men FOR white men in 1787.

“I see YOU using your power of protest and your freedom of speech. I see YOU using your power of protest and your freedom of speech. I see YOU unlearning the narrow scope of our history and seeking the truth.

“ITS TIME TO USE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. WE NEED YOU.”

Okay, then. That about wraps it up. Only so much I can take. We now return you to “regular programming.”

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