Lady Gaga has not made her 2020 voting a low-profile deal. The “Bad Romance” singer and beauty founder has caused a giant hoopla on her Instagram by rocking up to cast her ballot pantless, with the 34-year-old also going extra snazzy in glitter platform heels – nothing new for the “Chromatica” star. Gaga updated her Instagram to kick the week off to a political start yesterday – also a glamorous one, as she rolled up to the ballot box in a swish vehicle. Check it out below.
Scroll for the video. Gaga, who remains anti-Trump and this year called the POTUS a “fool,” was likely voting for democratic candidate Joe Biden. The video, shared with the singer’s 44 million+ Instagram followers showed her futuristically exiting a car at night – the Kylie Jenner sports type with doors that swing up. The blonde, wearing only an olive-colored sweatshirt with an “I VOTED” sticker, sported pink platform heel boots, a “CHROMATICA” face mask, plus statement shades.
“Category: Ballot Drop Off Realness,” the caption read.
Keep scrolling for the video. The comments, more geared towards the fashion than the politics, have been complimenting the Haus Laboratories founder’s look – not always a guarantee for the star whose 2010 MTV VMAs meat dress caused controversy.
“Those boots were made for voting,” was the top comment.
“NEXT SINGLE,” another added, although the comments section did get, fairly equally, filled with either #Trump or #Biden. The former has been linked to Gaga in major headlines this year, with May seeing the New Yorker slam the President amid the resurgence of Black Lives Matter. More after the video.
In May, Gaga took to social media to voice her support for BLM, also taking the opportunity to voice her disregard for Donald Trump.
“He is fuelling a system that is already rooted in racism, and racist activity, and we can all see what is happening. It’s time for a change,” Gaga told her followers.
“As a white, privileged woman, I take an oath to stand by that. We haven’t, as a privileged community, done enough to fight racism and stand up for those people who are being killed by it. This isn’t justice,” she added.
Gaga confirming she’s voted sees her join the slew of celebrities doing the same as the Presidential Election draws closer, now one week away. “Rare” singer Selena Gomez has confirmed she’s voted. She joins “Friends” alum Jennifer Aniston, her “The Morning Show” co-star Reese Witherspoon, plus power couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. “Live! With Kelly and Ryan” host Kelly Ripa joins them, as do actresses Lucy Hale and Kerry Washington, plus singer Bebe Rexha.
Polls are currently giving Biden the lead in the wake of coronavirus.