- Taylor Swift shared two pictures of her, one from the cover of V Magazine and the other showing off cookies with Biden's campaign tag
- Taylor even promised to watch and show her support for Biden's running mate Kamala Harris during her debate and said she would be yelling from home
- To the magazine, Taylor elaborated about her choice saying the country needed a president who represents everyone's interest
With many celebrities steering clear from choosing political sides, Taylor Swift is standing firm on who she wants to see as her future president.
The singer announced on Wednesday, October 7, that she will be voting for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris in the upcoming November elections.
Taylor shared a social media post including two pictures of her - one from the cover of V Magazine and the other showing off cookies she made with a message of support for Biden.
She noted in her caption that she was going to vote for Biden and was proud to be showing her support just hours before the running mate's debate.
She said she would be yelling at the TV in a show of support.
In the preview of Taylor's interview with V Magazine that was shared on the publisher's Instagram page, Taylor said the country needed a president who represents every one's interest.
“The change we need is to elect a president who recognizes people of colour deserve to feel safe and represented, that women deserve the right to choose what happens to their bodies and the LGBTQIA+ community deserves to be acknowledged and included. Everyone deserves a government that takes global health risks seriously. The only way we can begin to make things better is to choose leaders who are willing to face these issues," she said.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported about how a fly stole the show at the running mates debate which took place on Wednesday, October 7.
While the stage featured plexiglass barriers to curb the spread of Covid-19, an unlikely intruder stole the show as Vice President Mike Pence and his counterpart Kamala Harris discussed various topics of interest.
The fly briefly buzzed around the stage before landing and staying on Mike Pence’s head and netizens were quick to notice it, making the insect an internet sensation.
The "highly unlikely candidate" was the most talked-about guest to take to the stage and had received more than 700 000 tweets and retweets since it appeared during the debate.
While Pence had spent most of his time shaking his head during the debate, he appeared unfazed when the fly landed on him. The insect eventually left on its own after staying on the VP's head for about two minutes.
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