On the eve of Election Day Taylor Swift made one last plea to young voters to get out and vote.
“So we are all very stressed out about this election – rightfully so,” Swift began. “I feel you. But allow me to be the 1 millionth person to remind you that tomorrow is your last chance to make your voice heard and to make your vote count. So if you haven’t voted yet, please do. Stay safe, take care of yourselves, wear a mask, happy voting.”
Howard Stern is also commending Taylor Swift for standing up for who she believes should be the leader of the United States.
“Celebrities who won’t say who they’re voting for because they don’t want to piss off their public — f*** you too!” said Stern during his radio show on SiriusXM. “Like Taylor Swift, good for her. She has like 83 million followers and she came out and said who she’s voting for and I’m like good, that’s standing up for your country.”
Stern says he’s sure that Taylor was advised not to talk politics for fear that she would suffer the same consequences as the Dixie Chicks did when lead singer Natalie Maines spoke out against George Bush in 2003.
Instead, Taylor forged ahead due to her moral compass which told her to speak out for what she believes in.