Image zoom jvn/Twitter, mandymoore/Twitter, Yang2020, AP Images, Getty Images Celebrities and politics have always been a weird business: On the one hand, you have followers who cheer when their favorite celebrity posts an “#IVoted” selfie, praising them for lending their voices and platforms to political discourse. On the other hand is the “stick to sports” crowd, which believes that celebrities should refrain from political commentary and let candidates and politicians be the ones to debate kitchen table issues like healthcare and taxes. But regardless of personal opinion about what a celebrity should or shouldn't say, their endorsements have been proven to make a difference. According to a 2018 Read more: InStyle
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