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Celebrities Explain WHY They Plan To Vote This Year! And The Reasons May Surprise You!

| Filed under: Silly!PolitikKathy GriffinMiley CyrusJosh DuhamelNeil Patrick HarrisMiranda CosgroveJane LynchDarren Criss

While Fergie used a song to reach out to Americans and inspire them to vote in this year's Presidential election, her husband Josh Duhamel apparently has an entirely different approach!

Ch-ch-check out the actor, along with Miley Cyrus, Jane Lynch, Neil Patrick Harris, Darren Criss, Miranda Cosgrove, Kathy Griffin and more explain WHY they are planning to cast their ballot this year via Funny Or Die (above)!

And if the website isn't indication enough as to how absurd some of their reasoning may be, let us warn you:

There are some SERIOUSLY HIGHlarious explanations, involving One Direction tattoos, haircuts, and Robert Pattinson's love life!

AH-Mazing!

And again, all the more reason for everyone to USE their voice in this election!

Regardless of how RIDICULOUS that voice may be, it still matters!

CLICK HERE to find out how you can register to vote!

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5 comments to “Celebrities Explain WHY They Plan To Vote This Year! And The Reasons May Surprise You!”



  1. 1

    My god, if this ugly twat idiot tries to get out the vote we'll have a record low number turnout. What a joke, anyone that would follow this kunt should leave the country.



  2. 2

    Did they all write their own lines? I thought it was stupid, except Chad's line was kind of cute.



  3. 3

    So…it wasn't funny. I guess the option is "die".



  4. 4

    Ok…there are no curtains in voting anymore…unless NY is just special.



  5. 5

    Signed up for absentee ballot a few years ago, best thing I ever did. No worries about driving to the polling place, finding parking and maybe having to wait until a booth is clear.