AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande has apparently picked side for the 2020 Presidential election. On Wednesday, November 20, the "Thank U, Next" hitmaker shared two photos of her with Senator Bernie Sanders along with an endorsement for the Democratic candidate.
"MY GUY," declared the 26-year-old in her Instagram. She went on to share her effort in assisting the congressman to get young voters. "@headcountorg and i are doing our best to make you proud. we've already registered 20k+ young voters at my shows alone," she noted her collaboration with HeadCount, which works with musicians to promote participation in democracy.
In the same post, the "7 Rings" singer also thanked the 78-year-old for coming to her show, making her whole night and for all that he stands for. Ending her post with positiveness, she gushed, "also i will never smile this hard again promise."
Simultaneously, Sanders also posted the same photos on his own Instagram account. In his, he thanked Grande for not just being an entertainer, but also an "outstanding advocate for social justice". He further expressed his delight in meeting the Grammy Award winner at her Atlanta concert. Additionally, the presidential hopeful urged his followers to "all be prepared - like Ariana has shown - to fight for everyone who is struggling."
Sounding similar grateful message for Grande's support was Sanders' wife, Jane O'Meara. Along with a photo of her beaming husband with the singer, she wrote, "Thank you @ArianaGrande for supporting @BernieSanders candidacy for President!" She added, "Your Atlanta concert last night was incredible!"
Grande was not the first artist that has gone public with her support for Sanders. Cardi B has also been lending her voice to the politician for the 2020 race. Back in July, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper sat down with him to film a campaign video in which they discussed such issues as student debt, climate change and the minimum wage.
She hyped up their taped interview with a social media message that read, "Stay tuned to see how he will fight for economic, racial, and social justice for all. Together, let's build a movement of young people to transform this country. LETS LEARN OUR CANDIDATES!"