Chelsea Handler covers boobs with ‘I voted’ stickers in topless snap ahead of US election


Chelsea Handler went topless on Instagram to get people voting (Picture: Getty)

Chelsea Handler stripped off as she encouraged fans to vote in the US election.

Donald Trump is taking on Joe Biden in the battle to become President, in what could be the most divisive election in history.

A string of celebrities have used their platforms to discuss politics in recent weeks, urging followers to make their voices known.

Taking to Instagram, the comedian went one step further as she covered her boobs with ‘I voted’ stickers, sharing her advice in a video.

‘I have voted and I want to make sure that you are voting today too,’ the 45-year-old said. ‘Please do not let anybody intimidate you on voting lines.

‘If you are intimidated by anyone, please do not engage. Hold your head up high, go in and cast your ballot for the candidate you choose. 

‘This is democracy, we will not stop until every vote is counted.

‘We don’t know how it’s going to go to today. It could be called tonight because it could be such an overwhelming victory for Joe Biden. 

‘Or we could have to wait days, and days, and days, and days. Either way you have to be prepared to accept that democracy means that every vote is counted.’

Alongside the clip, Chelsea penned: ‘PSA: Democracy means that every vote is counted! 

‘If you see something that doesn’t look right at the polls, or need help voting, call the nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline: (866) 687-8683. My apologies to my nieces and nephews.’

The star’s clip comes after Ireland Baldwin also used the stickers as makeshift nipple covers on her own page, during an impromptu photoshoot by her pool.

‘Voting is cool and so are disproportionate boobs,’ the model captioned the uploads.

Katy Perry opted for a different direction with the accessories, donning a giant ‘I voted’ sticker costume and taking to the streets to rally supporters.

As you do.

Campaigning from the side of the road, the Daisies singer encouraged drivers to beep if they’d already voted.

‘TOMORROW IS ELECTION DAY,’ she wrote on the gram. ‘Tell your mum, tell your dad, tell complete strangers on the street to #VOTENOW #BRINGAFRIEND #BRINGASNACK #TAKEYOURBIKE #buthonkifyoualreadyvoted.’

Whatever works for you, hun.

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