"I want to talk to you about women...and about Mitt Romney," the ladies say in a new video for MoveOn.org. They go on to discuss, among other issues related to women's health, the Republican candidate's stance on Planned Parenthood and Roe v. Wade.
"If you think this election won't affect you and your life, think again," Scarlett warns before throwing her support behind the commander in chief once again: "Vote for Barack Obama."
Elsewhere on the Internet, longtime Obama supporter Jay-Z also encouraged his fans to get out and vote, first of all, and vote for Obama, especially.
"When the president got into officially what he represented to a nation of kids was hope," Hov reflects in a YouTube clip uploaded on Obama's official channel. "There was this voice that was silenced out there as far as exercising your right to vote...People had lost hope."
And after Obama himself waxes poetic back on Jay, telling the rapper's rags-to-riches tale, Jay concludes, "Now people are exercising their right and you are starting to see the power of our vote. [Obama] made it mean something for the first time for a lot of people."
And if that wasn't enough star wattage for you, Miley Cyrus got in on the GObama action as well in a truly stylish way (it is Miley, after all). The former Hannah Montana starlet took to Twitter to flaunt a tank top featuring the POTUS's face and wrote "#ROCKTHEVOTE."
And with her new Gwen Stefani-chichaircut and that punk attitude she flaunts in her twitpics, she's certainly emphasizing the "rocking" part.