Celebrities went on cam naked to remind the good citizen of America to get out and vote. Much to our surprise celebs like Mark Ruffalo, Amy Schumer went completely without clothes in order to garner our attention to how important it is to participate and vote during the elections and explained to us about the new PSA on mail-in ballots in the US.
Many more famous celebrities were seen in this video taking us through the steps and state guidelines, including how Pennsylvania requires not one but two envelopes to put your ballot in.
Here are the celebrities that got naked on cam to spread awareness on ‘Naked Balot’
At the end of the video, A topless Sarah Silverman lifted her arm to give a salute to America encouraging voting in the 2020 US election
Mark Ruffalo was also seen joking around saying ‘I know what you are thinking, You are thinking Ruffalo put your clothes on’ and then goes on to say ‘Don’t sit on it’ and get their vote out ASAP.
Tiffany Haddish joined in joking that she was butt naked and about to vote with no clothes on as she was seen by the viewers driving her car around.
Chelsea Handler is no stranger to pulling naked stunts so it comes as no surprise to us seeing her in this video completely naked.
Naomi Cambell also appeared to be in the video encouraging the viewers and explaining the PSA.
Josh Gad was also seen taking the viewers through the guidelines of what to do and what not to do.
Ryan Bathe also appeared in the video to remind us how important it is to read to instructions properly.
Sarah Silverman’s dad also made an appearance in the video showing us his Ballot.
Amy Schumer appears to be in no mood to mess around with the elections as she hammers the importance of voting and how to do it correctly.
Chris Rock also appears to be emphasizing in the video of how important it is to read the instructions properly.
Meanwhile, In America both the major parties have lost confidence in the validity of the upcoming elections. Reportedly more than 4 million Americans have already voted, which may suggest a record turnout.