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Lizzo dons sexy Uncle Sam costume as she rallies fans to vote… 21 days ahead of the US election

Lizzo looked like an All-American icon while urging fans to vote on social media Tuesday.

The Truth Hurts songstress, 32, slipped into a sexy Uncle Sam costume as she sent a message to disaffected voters with a bit of twerking.

Just 21 days out from the official election, Lizzo told her 9.2million Instagram followers: ‘ITS TIME TO USE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. WE NEED YOU.’

Do your part! Lizzo dressed up like a sexy version of Uncle Sam while urging her 9.2million Instagram followers to vote

While her message was political, it was hard to ignore the Juice singer’s sex appeal.

She was a sizzling symbol of democracy, donning a star-spangled bustier with a sharp jacket and jaunty top hat.

Donning an oversized dress shirt allowed Lizzo to show off her legs and rump as she shook it for the cameras in a video clip.

Focusing on voters made weary by US politics, she began: ‘Hey YOU. Have you felt the same disconnect from this country?’ 

‘Have YOU felt like this nation is your house but not your home?’ the singer went on. ‘It’s because we are on stolen land trying to live within laws written by white men FOR white men in 1787.’

Every vote counts! Just 21 days out from the official election, Lizzo told her 9.2million Instagram followers: 'ITS TIME TO USE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. WE NEED YOU'

Every vote counts! Just 21 days out from the official election, Lizzo told her 9.2million Instagram followers: ‘ITS TIME TO USE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. WE NEED YOU’

Stars and stripes: While her message was political, it was hard to ignore the Juice singer's sex appeal. She was a sizzling symbol of democracy, donning a star-spangled bustier with a sharp jacket and jaunty top hat

Stars and stripes: While her message was political, it was hard to ignore the Juice singer’s sex appeal. She was a sizzling symbol of democracy, donning a star-spangled bustier with a sharp jacket and jaunty top hat

‘I see YOU using your power of protest and your freedom of speech. I see YOU unlearning the narrow scope of our history and seeking the truth. ITS TIME TO USE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. WE NEED YOU.’

Then she broke down some facts about voter participation, writing: ‘Did you know? Approximately four in ten (40%) of eligible voters didn’t turn out to vote in 2016 ??’

Lizzo offered fans resources to get political, sharing: ‘IF YOU WANT TO VOTE BUT DONT KNOW WHERE TO START: Text LIZZOBEVOTING to 26797 to make sure you’re registered to vote, confirm your polling location, and get reminders for all your elections. #iamavoter.’

She repeated the same info in the video, which was captioned: ‘Auntie Sam out here doin what she gotta do to get y’all to vote!’ 

Time to act: Focusing on voters made weary by US politics, she began: 'Hey YOU. Have you felt the same disconnect from this country?'

Time to act: Focusing on voters made weary by US politics, she began: ‘Hey YOU. Have you felt the same disconnect from this country?’

Not enough! She broke down some facts about voter participation, writing: 'Did you know? Approximately four in ten (40%) of eligible voters didn’t turn out to vote in 2016 ??'

Not enough! She broke down some facts about voter participation, writing: ‘Did you know? Approximately four in ten (40%) of eligible voters didn’t turn out to vote in 2016 ??’

Miley Cyrus urged fans to ‘vote, vote, vote, vote’ with a stunning new snapshot that same day.

The Party In The USA songstress, 27, wowed while wearing a sheer purple suit as she told followers to make their voices heard. 

Rocking that royal blend of red and blue, the former child star suggested this message wasn’t partisan.

And it was hard to take your eyes off the starlet, who looked both striking and sexy in the sheer number.

Democracy! Miley Cyrus told fans to 'vote, vote, vote, vote' while sharing a sexy new snapshot on Tuesday

Democracy! Miley Cyrus told fans to ‘vote, vote, vote, vote’ while sharing a sexy new snapshot on Tuesday 

Go blue: Miley has never been shy about her liberal political leanings, actively campaigning for Hilary Clinton in 2016, above

Go blue: Miley has never been shy about her liberal political leanings, actively campaigning for Hilary Clinton in 2016, above

The jumpsuit had some disco flair, featuring bell bottoms, a pointy collar and intricate beading.

Keeping with the retro theme, Miley rocked a shoulder-skimming shag haircut and dramatic eyeshadow framing her baby blues. 

The Hannah Montana talent looked at ease as she sat in a wild chair made up of long pink, blue, and purple cushions – the perfect complement to her unique look.

While her message was for all, Miley has never been shy about her liberal political leanings, actively campaigning for Hilary Clinton in 2016. 

To the letter: Norman Reedus showed off his mail-in envelope

Early bird: Khloe Kardashian told people to 'vote early' but did not overtly recommend brother-in-law Kanye West as her candidate

Early birds! Khloe Kardashian and Norman Reedus showed off their mail-in ballots, one from New York and another from California 

Make your vote count! Jesse Tyler Ferguson told fans he wanted to see their voting selfies and hear their stories

Make your vote count! Jesse Tyler Ferguson told fans he wanted to see their voting selfies and hear their stories

Khloe Kardashian, Norman Reedus, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson also made pleas to their fans, sharing pics of their mail-in ballots.

While the official election isn’t until November 3rd, many organizations are urging citizens to vote early, either by mail or in-person. 

Already, at least 9million people have voted ahead of time – and that data only reflects numbers from 30 states.

Eligible US voters can find specific information about their state’s election deadlines, dates, and rules at the non-partisan Vote.com.

Unprecedented: Already, at least 9million people have voted ahead of time - and that data only reflects numbers from 30 states. Above Texans getting a jump start on voting are seen at a Houston polling place

Unprecedented: Already, at least 9million people have voted ahead of time – and that data only reflects numbers from 30 states. Above Texans getting a jump start on voting are seen at a Houston polling place

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