Charlize Theron

Celebrities Offer Personal Performances, Dance Lessons, Virtual Happy Hours in Effort to Mobilize Young Voters

Celebrities across the entertainment industry, including pop stars Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, actor Billy Porter, and DJ Khaled are ramping up efforts to register new voters ahead of the election. In cooperation with the groups HeadCount and Global Citizen, stars are offering fans exclusive personal performances, happy hours, and even dance lessons to encourage young people to register to vote.

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Celebrities Can’t Stop Celebrating Kamala Harris: ‘Yes We Kam!’

Elite Hollywood celebrities can’t get enough of Kamala Harris. In an avalanche of gushing social media posts, it was their turn to act like star-struck fans, heaping praise on Joe Biden’s newly anointed pick for vice president. “Yes we Kam!” actress Kerry Washington declared of the far-left U.S. Senator from California.

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Michelle Obama: I Don’t Care About Your Foodie Instagrams

“I want you all to be tweeting and Instagramming something other than your shoes and your food, okay?” she asked during a panel discussion about education for women in New York City yesterday. “My kids do the same. I’m like, who cares what you’re eating? I don’t care.”

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Founder of Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project and U.N. Messenger of Peace Charlize Theron and First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama join Glamour 'The Power Of An Educated Girl' panel at The Apollo Theater on September 29, 2015 in New York City. …

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