Beyoncé has taken to social media to announce that she has voted, while also encouraging those in her home state of Texas to vote.
Sharing a post with her 155 million followers on Instagram, the 39-year-old chart-topper shared a short video of her wearing a Biden/Harris mask and tilting her hat to show off a sticker that read: "I voted".
The 'Run The World' singer then called for her fellow Texans to go out and vote, writing in the caption: "Come thru, Texas! #VOTE," followed by a kiss-blowing emoji.
As of this writing, the short clip has already been viewed over 10 million times since it was posted a day ago, and received over 46,000 comments from - shall we say - divided Instagram users.[[imagecaption|| Credit: Instagram]]
The singer would later share another post encouraging her followers to vote:
Beyoncé - who was born in Houston in 1981 - recently spoke with Vogue about her ongoing connection with her hometown.
Speaking about the ongoing pandemic, the 'If I Were A Boy' singer told the publication: "I try to think of the most productive way I can help.
The singer then explained: "I was able to work with my Church in Houston, Texas, my mother and Jack Dorsey [CEO of Twitter] to set up testing for a lot of Houstonians, especially those in economically challenged areas."
Beyoncé added that she also worked with a local hospital in Houston in order to provide them with support, supplies, and "whatever they needed to best treat those infected".
In another part of the interview, Beyoncé gushed over Texan cuisine, saying: "It’s good eating in Texas! I love Cajun seafood at Pappadeaux. The barbecue in Texas is mmmm. So is the Mexican food and the soul food."
If Texas does vote for Biden, it will be the first time the state has "turned blue" for the Democrats since Jimmy Carter's victory in 1976.