Celebrities Are Getting Out the Vote (with YouTube and Humor, Of Course)

Hill and DiCaprio

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updated 11/06/2012 AT 9:00 AM ET

originally published 11/06/2012 AT 12:10 PM ET

Have you voted? Leonardo DiCaprio wants to know.

With Election Day upon us, stars are flooding the Internet in an effort to get out the vote – urging all U.S. citizens to make their voices heard, regardless of whom or what they support.

Chief among the appeals is a new video from Vote4Stuff, a nonpartisan campaign led by DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire – who are joined by Jonah Hill, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zac Efron, Benicio Del Toro and Selena Gomez, among others, in an amusing montage of civic pride (with a few amusing insults thrown in for good measure).

Elsewhere, Beyoncé posted a photo of herself holding a ballot in Houston (below). And Heidi Klum, in an interview airing Tuesday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, proudly confirms that she’s voting in her second presidential election, having earned U.S. citizenship in 2008.

Twitter, of course, has also been lit up by celebrity get-out-the-vote messages from a broad range of stars – including Rosario Dawson, Christina Applegate, Jane Lynch, Octavia Spencer, Channing Tatum, Neil Patrick Harris, Ron Howard, Kevin Smith, Lil’ Kim and Mike Tyson.

Hill and DiCaprio

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