Alanis Morissette is exercising her rights!
The singer-songwriter has a lot on her plate raising newborn daughter Onyx and 5-year-old son Ever, but that didn't stop her from casting her ballot ahead of next week's presidential election. Morissette, who became a U.S. citizen in 2005, took to Instagram sporting her "I Voted" sticker while breastfeeding her little one.
"#evenwhenyoucantleavethehouse," the 42-year-old captioned the moment, presumably taking advantage of the option to vote early by mail. Talk about perfecting the art of multitasking!
Plenty of other celebrities have also gotten a head start on heading to the polls before Nov. 8.
Justin Timberlake stirred his own batch of controversy when he posted a selfie from inside a voting booth, a violation of Tennessee law that could've cost the "Suit and Tie" crooner a 30-day jail sentence and a $50 fine. Additionally, Katy Perry spent her 32nd birthday rocking the vote in support of Hillary Clinton.
And speaking of celebrity political activism, Lena Dunham recently partnered up with Funny or Die to release her own rap music video-turned-PSA about her love for the Democratic nominee.
Regardless of which candidate ultimately takes the White House, one thing's for sure: Hollywood isn't taking this election lightly.