If you’re overwhelmed with encouraging your fellow Americans to vote this November, Jenna Dewan has got you covered.
Dewan recently posted a postpartum selfie in a bikini to encourage her followers to exercise their right to vote. It has been six months since Dewan gave birth to her second child, a son named Callum Michael Rebel Kazee whom she shares with her fiancé Steve Kazee, and apparently people have been asking the actress and dancer about her “postpartum diet and exercise plan.”
So she seized the opportunity and grabbed her followers’ attention with a photo of herself in the mirror wearing a blush pink bikini.
“A lot of people are asking me about my postpartum diet and exercise plan and I’m here to tell you it’s to make sure you’re registered to vote like your life depends on it, because it does,” Dewan, who also shares a daughter Everly with her ex-husband Channing Tatum, captioned the shot.
Dewan is just one of many stars posting selfies to encourage others to vote!
In addition, Zoe Kravitz along with Lisa Rinna also posted how voting is apart of their “routine.”
And with the election coming up quick, it may be wise to ensure you are in fact, registered to vote.
Once you’ve crossed out that box, be sure to make your plan: either vote by mail or head to the polls on November 3.
When Dewan is not advocating for fellow voters to prepare for Election Day, Dewan has also been raising her two children and making sure she is taking care of herself in the process.
As the mom of two shared with People in August, “I’ve been trying to find some time for centering and balance with meditation. That’s been hugely important after having a baby. You kind of come back to yourself and take some me time.”
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