It's General Election day and our celebs have been placing their votes
It’s that time again – our chance to vote for which party we want to lead our country for the next five years.
This year the turnout of voters is expected to be high, with people joining forces on social media to encourage everyone to vote, with the hashtag #IVoted trending top in the UK right now.
Our celebrities have also been getting in on the action, sharing their pictures and feelings about the General Election 2015. Check out what the stars have been saying today:
Patsy Kensit: ‘Remember! #votingmatters #IVoted‘, along with the meme: ‘You can’t fix stupid but you can vote it out’
Dionne Bromfield: ‘Today was my 1st time being able to vote & it won’t be my last! Make sure you vote! #IVoted’
Lisa Maxwell: ‘#IVoted Make sure you also use your democratic right!’
Gemma Styles: ‘Don’t fret, my polling card didn’t arrive either – you can go anyway! #IVoted’
Made In Chelsea’s Fran Newman-Young: ‘Make sure you vote today. Get clued up and make a decision that you think is right. Know what you’re voting for and stand by it. #IVoted’
Kelly Hoppen: ‘Remember #votingmatters #IVoted #GE0215 xx’, along with picture: ‘Do not sit on the fence’
Louise Pentland, AKA Sprinkle of Glitter: ‘Yeah buddy. If you can, vote today. It’s our country so we may as well have a say in how it’s run for us. Each vote does count. ‘One grain of rice can tip the scales’.
Daisy Lowe: ‘Women died for us to have equality to vote – Have you voted today?’
Marvin and Rochelle Humes: ‘We voted… have you?! It takes 2 seconds… #GOVOTE’
Liz McClarnon: ‘#UseYourVote’, with the meme: ‘Arrested. Jailed, beaten, chained, body-slammed, twisted, punched & tortured to win us women the right to vote… and you’re NOT going to use it?! Really?’
Binky Felstead: ‘Hope you guys are voting today.’
Katie Piper: ‘Today is the day!’, with the meme: ‘Keep calm and vote wisely’
Nicola Roberts: ‘Vote #generalelection2015′
Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens: ‘Vote as you please, but please vote’