Attention voters at Duke University, you may or may not be just moments away from FaceTiming the one and only Jennifer Lawrence.

The Oscar-winning actress' boyfriend Darren Aronofsky was spotted walking around the campus earlier today encouraging students to get out and vote in today's historical presidential election.

And to sweeten the deal, the Black Swan director (and Academy Award nominee himself, to be fair) offered the chance for several lucky passersby to FaceTime with his leading lady if they agreed to cast their ballots.

Darren Aronofsky, Jennifer Lawrence

Courtesy Ethan Udell

"Just casually FaceTimed with Jennifer Lawrence. Darren Aronofsky is the man," one college student wrote while showing a photo of Darren holding up his cellphone proving that J.Law was on the call, smiling and dressed in what appears to be a bathrobe.

Another student took to Twitter to write, "When Jennifer Lawrence's boyfriend is on campus bribing students to go vote in exchange for a FaceTime with her #ElectionDay."

Duke freshman Ethan Udell tells E! News that roughly 15-20 students got the chance of a lifetime to have a call with J.Law and the group talked about everything from Hunger Games to politics.

"Darren flew in this morning from New York to try to get more students to vote, since North Carolina is a swing state and duke had its lowest student early voting numbers since 2008. They walked around promoting voting all day," Udell explained before adding that Darren "even called cars for kids to head to the voting location."

Back in November of 2015, the A-lister covered the pages of Vogue magazine and opened up about where she stands in terms of this year's election…and let's just say, she didn't mince her words.

"I was raised a Republican, but I just can't imagine supporting a party that doesn't support women's basic rights."

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton since praised the actress for taking a stand in the fight for the gender pay gap.

"Brava, Jennifer," Clinton wrote on her website. "It's hard to speak up against inequity and risk being unpopular—but equal pay matters for us all."

Don't miss a second of this historic election! Live election coverage starts Tonight7 PM ET at NBCNews.com/election

—Additional reporting by Holly Passalaqua

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