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25 October 2020 04:37

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Selena Gomez video chats with Timothee Chalamet about voting as he waits in line to cast his ballot

Selena Gomez has one of the largest audiences on Instagram, having amassed 194 million followers. And the former Disney Channel star is using her platform for good, urging her fans to vote in the upcoming presidential election. She video chatted with friend and co-star Timothée Chalamet during an Instagram Live Saturday on her profile, as he waited in line to cast his ballot in New York City, on the first day of early voting. Early voters: Selena Gomez video chatted with friend and co-star Timothée Chalamet during an Instagram Live Saturday on her profile, as he waited in line to cast his ballot in New York City, on the first day of early voting The 28-year-old appeared to be in a more comfortable setting, chilling in bed, as she already sent in her mail-in ballot. Chalamet, 24, told her: 'Right now I'm literally voting, at my early voting station in New York at Madison Square Garden which feels particularly metaphorical because I've seen many great things happen here.

It feels like people are motivated.' At the polls: The 28-year-old appeared to be in a more comfortable setting, chilling in bed, as she already sent in her mail-in ballot Great things: Chalamet, 24, told her: 'Right now I'm literally voting, at my early voting station in New York at Madison Square Garden which feels particularly metaphorical because I've seen many great things happen here' I think in New York we're safe, victory-wise,' the Lady Bird actor expressed his desire to see President Donald Trump voted out of office, as Gomez added: 'My stomach hurts because I'm nervous' Onscreen romance: Gomez and Chalamet previously starred together in Woody Allen's A Rainy Day in New York, which premiered earlier this month in the US, after it's premiere was shelved in 2018, amid the auteur's #MeToo scandal He also praised her for using her platform to encourage early voting: 'I'm really proud of you. You've been all over this stuff and I know it's making a difference.' Gomez and Chalamet previously starred together in Woody Allen's A Rainy Day in New York, which premiered earlier this month in the US, after it's premiere was shelved in 2018, amid the auteur's #MeToo scandal. Their chat came just days after she took to Instagram with photos of herself rocking an 'I VOTED' sticker while finishing her mail-in ballot, writing: 'Just finished filling out my ballot!' The Rare artist has been one of many celebs to spread voter resources amid the heated election season. She voted: Their chat came just days after she took to Instagram with photos of herself rocking an 'I VOTED' sticker while finishing her mail-in ballot, writing: 'Just finished filling out my ballot!' Using her platform: The Rare artist has been one of many celebs to spread voter resources amid the heated election season Important talk: She previously joined former Georgia Representative Stacey Abrams for a chat Friday, as part of the She Se Puede's Latinas Make a Difference virtual tour She previously joined former Georgia Representative Stacey Abrams for a chat Friday, as part of the She Se Puede's Latinas Make a Difference virtual tour. Gomez told Abrams: 'A part of why I wanted to do so much around voting and around getting my generation going is because I believe that my generation specifically gets distracted.

Timothée Chalamet just went live on Instagram with Selena Gomez while waiting in line to vote in the upcoming 2020 U.S. presidential election—and he made sure to let her know exactly how he feels about her. Gomez called the actor on October 24 while he was in line to vote early in New York and he used the opportunity to encourage their followers to get out and cast their ballots. I think in New York we're safe, victory-wise," Chalamet said, referring to President Donald Trump, to which Gomez responded, "My stomach hurts because I'm nervous." Even though the former A Rainy Day in New York co-stars' conversation was only 10 minutes long, fans couldn't help but feel a vibe between them. "I know it goes without saying—and don't think I don't mean it because I'm younger than you—but I'm really proud of you. You've been all over this stuff," he said, referring to Gomez's commitment to getting out the vote.

"I know it's making a difference." "I felt like that when we shot our movie together," he continued. "But I feel like you're really on the curve with this stuff. Throughout their chat, the two revealed they talk to each other "often." At one point, Chalamet even declared, "Selena for President 2024, I'm about it!" after accidentally guessing Gomez's age wrong. Fans definitely picked up on the vibe Gomez and Chalamet were putting out—and let's just say Twitter is completely obsessed with the pair's sweet friendship. Now, make like Timothé Chalamet and Selena Gomez and VOTE.

Selena Gomez and Timothée Chalamet delighted fans with a wonderful Instagram Live on Saturday. The A Rainy Day in New York co-stars chatted over social media while Chalamet was waiting in line to vote in New York. "Right now, I'm literally voting at my early voting station in New York at Madison Square Garden, which feels particularly metaphorical because I've seen many great things happen here," the actor said. "So I'm hoping another great thing happens today." Their 10-minute talk consisted of Gomez encouraging her followers to head to the polls in the coming days, as well as the Little Women star informing her on his surroundings. "It's really moving to see this many people show up," Chalamet, who had been waiting in line for an hour, said of the crowd.

"It feels like people are motivated and everyone's telling young people to vote." Chalamet also shared that there were people of all ages waiting in line, as well as introduced her to his "line buddies." They also touched on the current climate and how glad they were about people being really informed and interested in the election. You've been all over this stuff and I know it's making a difference," Chalamet told Gomez of her efforts. "I feel like you're really on the curve with this stuff and it's really important. The actor concluded by saying, "Everybody vote," with Gomez adding, "I did it, I voted." Earlier this week, Gomez showed off her "I Voted" sticker after filling in her mail-in ballot. The "Rare" singer has been very vocal about the importance of voting and having one's voice be heard. This week, she also and Stacey Abrams spoke about the election during a She Se Puede conversation. "A part of why I wanted to do so much around voting and around getting my generation going is because I believe that my generation specifically gets distracted and there's so much going on in the world." Gomez expressed. See how other stars are encouraging their fans to vote, in the video below. Election Day is Nov. 3, 2020--head over to Vote.org to register to vote and to get all the latest information. How Selena Gomez's Passions Led to Her Most Inspiring Projects Yet Timothée Chalamet Gives Genuine Reaction to Lily-Rose Depp Kiss Pics Selena Gomez wants to make sure that her fans vote in the upcoming presidential election and she teamed up with her friend Timothee Chalamet to remind them about the importance of voting! The former co-stars got together on Instagram Live on Saturday (October 24) while Timothee was waiting to vote at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Selena asked Timothee about the voter turnout in the Big Apple during the state's first day of in-person voting. She revealed that she voted via a mail-in ballot as she is unable to go in-person this year. I think in New York we're safe, victory-wise," Timothee said while talking about his hope of getting Trump out of the White House. "My stomach hurts because I'm nervous," Selena responded. The friends and former co-stars also talked about working together on the movie A Rainy Day in New York, which will be available on VOD on November 10. Early voting for New Yorkers began on Saturday and Timothée Chalamet took to Instagram to share his experience as he waited in line to cast his vote for the 2020 US presidential election. Those who were near Chalamet on line got a special treat when the actor started an Instagram Live session and revealed he was chatting with Selena Gomez. In the video, the 24-year-old revealed he was looking forward to casting his vote for the upcoming presidential election. "Right now I'm literally voting, at my early voting station in New York at Madison Square Garden which feels particularly metaphorical because I've been many great things happen here. So I'm hoping another great thing happens today," Chalamet said. The actor then proudly shared the line people who joined him and were exercising their right to vote. It feels like people are motivated," he said. During their conversation, Chalamet praised Gomez who used her Instagram to inform her followers about voting and shared her experience with early voting for the upcoming election. You've been all over this stuff and I know it's making a difference," he said. Earlier this week, Gomez shared photos of herself filling out her mail-in ballot form and proudly showed off her "I voted" sticker.