Election Day is official in full swing and Twitter is buzzing more than ever before.
Lady Gaga hasn't been shy expressing her political views, telling a Cleveland radio station last night that she "will be voting for Obama," while Sarah Jessica Parker also made her stance known by donning a POTUS-inspired T-shirt at the polls this morning.
But that's not all!
Twitter is on fire with election commentary, pics and pleas from all the politically savvy celebs, so let's take a look at what the stars are saying as we near the finish line of the pop-culture-infused presidential race.
Lena Dunham: "Ladles and gentlebeans, keep the outfit images coming, I will "review" them all day. And VOTE."
Ryan Seacrest: "Ballot filled out, just gotta drop it off after work. #ivoted #almost"
Mary Anne Huntsman: I feel like I'm in an episode of Curb your Enthusiasm where people are chatting it up with me so they can cut the line. #voting
Eva Amurri Martino: I VOTED for OBAMA because I believe in a forward-thinking country that upholds civil rights FOR ALL. #VoteObama
Leslie Bibb: We all have different views & isn't it awesome we live n a country where that exists openly. Go vote! B the change u want 2 c n this world.
Patton Oswalt: "GO AND DO LIKEWISE. Thank you. #vote"
Gillian Jacobs: "Hey buds- go vote!"
Adam Levine: "#PLEASEVOTE"
Mariah Carey: "Let your vote be heard! Four more years!"
Terry Richardson: "VOTE! OBAMA"
Peter Facinelli: "Make sure u vote today. Ure vote counts and does make a difference."
Jennifer Love Hewitt: "I just voted! Lets go people!"
Nicki Minaj: "Beyond proud of your passion to let your voice be heard. Happy Election Day"
Joel Madden: "Time to Vote Here we gooo!!"
Mary J. Blige: "Please go out and vote #OBAMA2012"
Kim Kardashian: "Did everyone get out and vote???"
Justin Bieber: "im 18...but i cant vote...im Canadian."