Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez backs Joe Biden in epic ‘I Voted’ picture (Picture: Getty)

Jennifer Lopez backed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the US election as she flashed her ‘I voted’ sticker.

The On The Floor singer was among the celebrities getting political on social media amid the most divisive vote in history.

Jenny from the Block uploaded a mirror selfie to commemorate the day, making the polling station visit look unbelievably fashionable..

Taking to Instagram, the 51-year-old posed in a bright prink crop-top and huge bedazzled sunglasses for the snap.

She placed the ‘I voted’ label on her chest for the snap, also reminding us all of her impressive abs.

Alongside the upload, she penned: ‘¡Yo voté! ❤️?? ¡Vamos America! I voted! 

‘Let’s go America! #Vote #LetsGetLoud #BidenHarris2020.’

J Lo isn’t the only famous face to show off her ‘I voted’ sticker on social media.

Cardi B got up in the very, very early hours of the morning to have her voice heard, and rocked hers on her nose for an Instagram video.

Kim Kardashian also confirmed she had voted with a similar photo, showing off her ‘I voted’ sticker on Twitter.


However, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star refused to let slip exactly which candidate got her vote – as husband Kanye West is also in the running for the President position.

Unsurprisingly, Ye supported himself and jetted to the polls for the very first time.

‘The first vote of my life,’ he penned alongside a video of his ballot being counted. ‘We are here to serve.

‘We pray for every servant leader in the world.’

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