Celebs Who Endorsed Biden

The ballots are rolling in, here’s a look at the celebrities who endorsed Biden/Harris


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This election will be historic, no matter the outcome, in part because we’re living in a global pandemic. Democrats and Republicans have not been more divided. Celebrities who have once decided to stay neutral about politics are now voicing who they are voting for this Presidential Election. From musicians to A-list actors, here are some celebrities who have openly and unapologetically endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Taylor Swift

Swift was one of the celebrities who once believed it was for the best to not get involved in politics, but in her latest documentary “Miss Americana” on Netflix, she speaks about why it is important for her to show her political stance, especially in a time where Donald Trump is President. Back in 2018, she encouraged her fans and followers to register to vote. She got over 65,000 to register in less than 24 hours.

Taylor Swift on Instagram

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt did a voice over for a Biden/Harris campaign video that was aired during the 2020 World Series. The 2020 World Series had over 9 million viewers and made it one of the few times Pitt has endorsed Biden/Harris.

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson revealed his endorsement for Biden/Harris during a video call with them earlier this year. Biden/Harris were the first candidates Johnson has ever publicly endorsed.

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Mindy Kaling

During the primaries, Kaling was publicly endorsing Kamala Harris, so when it was announced that Joe Biden had chosen Harris as his running mate, it was without a doubt that she would hop on the Biden/Harris train.

Kaling at the Montclair Film Festival, May 2019, Wikimedia Commons


Cher has been one of the celebrities who has always voiced her opinions, no matter the backlash she may face. Cher announced who she was voting for this election on Twitter with a tweet mentioning her love for Joe Biden.

Harry Styles

The British Singer/Songwriter endorsed Biden earlier this week by quoting Joe Biden’s tweet saying, “If I could vote in America, I’d vote with kindness.” Not long after Styles’ tweeted, the hashtag #VOTEWITHKINDESS was trending worldwide.

Harry Styles performing “Woman” during his Harry Styles: Live on Tour tour in Nashville, Tennessee, United States on June 12, 2018, Wikimedia Commons

Cardi B

Now, don’t be fooled. Cardi B was fully endorsing Sen. Bernie Sanders before and during in the primaries back in February, but has now backed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Cardi B photo, Chrisallmeid on Wikimedia Commons

Aubrey Plaza

The “Parks and Recreation” actress endorsed Biden in August of this year during the Democratic National Convention party. During the live stream Plaza said,”We need a president who will protect our Latinx community and not demonize us.”

Aubrey Plaza by Gage Skidmor, Wikimedia Commons


The “Graveyard” singer posted a multiple part series where she speaks to Sen. Bernie Sanders about political issues in America right after the first Presidential Debate. Both Sanders and Halsey discussed taxing the wealth. Halsey said she was hopeful for the change the Biden and Harris administration would do to help underprivileged families.

Halsey (Ashley Frangipane) interview and live performance at The Grammy Museum in downtown Los Angeles California on Monday May 23rd, 2016 by Justin Higuchi

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish is one of the youngest and most successful artists of the times. She turned 18 this year, making her eligible to vote in the upcoming election. She performed at the Democratic National Convention back in August. Before her performance Eilish gave an Anti-Trump speech where she said, “Trump is destroying our country and everything we care about.”

Billie Eilish at 2019 Pukkelpop Music Festival which take place in Kiewit, Hasselt, Belgium. © Lars Crommelinck Photography BillieEilish #Pukkelpop2019