Former first Barack Obama and Michelle Obama led their dancing moves at Beyoncé and Jay-Z concerts at FedExField in Landover, Maryland.
The singer "Apes ** t" and the local Houston took the Instagram election on Tuesday to support Democrat Senator Beto O'Rourke, just hours before the elections are in Texas.
Beyonce told his 119 million fans that "we need you, we all need each other because when we are truly united we are unstoppable."
He continued: "Everyone sends you love and positivity on this pleasant day of voting! Every vote counts, every fight is important everywhere."
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Queen Bey, who has the seventh most popular Instagram account, has expressed her gratitude to those who came in front of her to give all Americans the right to vote.
"I feel grateful for all those in front of me who fought so hard to give us the right to have a voice," the mother of three writes. "We can not express our frustrations and complain about what is going on without voting and exercising our power to do it right."
Its ratification has not gone unnoticed.
O'Rourke himself repeated the image of the star with his own gratitude: "Thank you, Beyoncé!"
Beyonce is one of the many personalities who show their support to O'Rourke in the days preceding the election in an attempt to deactivate the Republican Ted Cruz.
Among the celebrities is Beyonce's friend and former Destiny's child child Kelly Rowland, comedian and actor Jim Carrey, actress Jake Gyllenhaal and singer Khalid.
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Halid even gave O'Rourke a shout at the US music awards in October, after the singer took the prize for the beloved male artist Soul / R & B.
Contribution: El Paso Times
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