Naked Sarah Silverman grabs her boobs as she urges fans to vote in US election

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Sarah Silverman and Naomi Campbell have both played their part in ensuring that fans in the United States get out and vote in the upcoming Presidential election.

The stars joined forces as they stripped down as they made a bid to capture people's attention in a video explaining how to vote in the mail-in ballots.

Sarah, 49 and Naomi, 50, collaborated with NGO RepresentUS as they spoke about the "naked ballot," a term used to describe a vote which has been void.

During the clip which sees the stars go through the guidelines of the vote, they pleaded with fans to follow instructions.

They emphasised that Pennsylvania requires voters to send their ballot in two envelopes, otherwise, it will not be counted.

Sarah Silverman naked

A naked Sarah Silverman grabbed her breasts as she urged fans to vote in the US election

Sarah pops up on the screen in the clip saying: "There isn't a man behind me, these are my hands.

"To be honest, I wish I could cover my hands with my boobs but here we are."

She adds: "If you don't do exactly what I tell you, your ballot could get thrown out."

Naomi Campbell naked

Supermodel Naomi Campbell also pleaded with US citizens to avoid a "naked ballot"

A completely naked Naomi Campbell then appears to share information on the Pennsylvania voting system.

The original supermodel pleaded with fans as she said: "Please vote."

As the political broadcast came to an end, Sarah opted to uncover her bulging bosom as she saluted the camera exclaiming: "America needs you."

Sarah Silverman naked

Sarah ended the clip, telling viewers that America 'needs' them

There are just 27 days until the race for the White House comes to an end, with Joe Biden and current President, Donald Trump, taking part in political rallies across the nation.

Despite election day being on November 3, each state across the vast county has different deadlines and rules.

Michael McDonald of the University of Florida believes that the election which has been dubbed the "most important election" will see an estimated 150 million American's turn out to play their part in the future of the country.

That means 65% of those eligible to vote, making it the highest turn out since 1908.

President Trump raised alarms last week after it was confirmed that he contracted coronavirus.

Daily Star Online told how the President had been rushed to Walter Reed Medical Centre to undergo urgent treatment following reports that he was experiencing difficulty breathing.

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