Sarah Silverman, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Rock and more get NAKED as they encourage people to vote


It’s time to get out and vote, and there are a host of celebrities willing to take their clothes off in order to remind us all to do it. 

Stars including Sarah Silverman, Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Amy Schumer, and many more, have stripped down nude in a bid to grab our attention for a new PSA on mail-in ballots in the US. 

Other famous faces like Chelsea Handler, Josh Gadd, Mark Ruffalo, Kerry Washington, and Naomi Campbell hammered home the importance of voting early in the revealing clip, where they all appear to be without clothes. 

'America needs you!' A topless Sarah Silverman appears in a revealing new PSA to encouraging voting in the 2020 US election alongside stars Chris Rock, Mark Ruffalo, and more

‘America needs you!’ A topless Sarah Silverman appears in a revealing new PSA to encouraging voting in the 2020 US election alongside stars Chris Rock, Mark Ruffalo, and more 

The stars also went through specific state guidelines, including how Pennsylvania requires not one, but two envelopes to put your ballot in.

At one point, funny lady Sarah, 49, lifted her arm to give a salute, uncovering her chest area as she proclaimed: ‘American needs you.’ 

The PSA encourages those voting by mail to make sure they follow instructions carefully when it comes to using black ink (in some cases) and which envelopes to use. 

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020, but each state across the country varies differently in terms of deadlines and rules. 

'Don't sit on it': Actor Mark Ruffalo told viewers not to wait, and to get their vote out ASAP

‘Don’t sit on it’: Actor Mark Ruffalo told viewers not to wait, and to get their vote out ASAP

Model behavior: Naomi Campbell also appeared in the celeb-filled PSA

Model behavior: Naomi Campbell also appeared in the celeb-filled PSA 

Naked: Tiffany joked that she wants about to vote with no clothes on

Dedicated: Kerry also appeared with Jane Fonda in a different video on voting

Important message: Tiffany Haddish and Kerry Washington weighed in on the clip 

Not messing about: Amy Schumer hammered home the importance of voting correctly

Not messing about: Amy Schumer hammered home the importance of voting correctly 

For example, all of California’s registered voters will be mailed a ballot no later than 29 days prior to Election Day. Early voting and in-person voting locations will also be available to voters. 

To find out more about to register to vote in the US, the government provides official information here.  

Yesterday, it was reported than more 4 million Americans have already voted, which suggests a record turnout. 

Michael McDonald of the University of Florida told Reuters that he predicts a record turnout of about 150 million, which represents 65% of eligible voters and would be the highest rate since 1908. 

No surprise here: Chelsea Handler is no stranger to pulling naked stunts

No surprise here: Chelsea Handler is no stranger to pulling naked stunts 

Wait a second...: Sacha Baron Cohen appeared fully clothed in costume as his character Borat

Wait a second…: Sacha Baron Cohen appeared fully clothed in costume as his character Borat

Revealing all: At one point, Sarah, 49, lifted her arm to give a salute

Revealing all: At one point, Sarah, 49, lifted her arm to give a salute

Keeping it in the family: Even Sarah's father made an appearance

Keeping it in the family: Even Sarah’s father made an appearance 

Meanwhile, nearly half of American voters from both major parties have lost confidence in the validity of the upcoming election as they prepare to cast ballots in just 27 days, a new poll shows.

The YouGov survey of 1,999 registered voters from around the country, conducted online between October 1 and 2, found that 47 percent of respondents disagreed with the idea that the election ‘is likely to be fair and honest’. 

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Fifty-one percent said they did not think that Americans will ‘generally agree on who is the legitimately elected president’ and 56 percent said they expect to see ‘an increase in violence as a result of the election’. 

Eyes front: Sarah was sure to encourage voters not to make a boob of themselves by doing it incorrectly

Eyes front: Sarah was sure to encourage voters not to make a boob of themselves by doing it incorrectly 

Promising: Yesterday, it was reported than more 4 million Americans have already voted, which suggests a record turnout

Promising: Yesterday, it was reported than more 4 million Americans have already voted, which suggests a record turnout



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