Cringeworthy new advert features celebrities recalling their first time… voting

A cringeworthy new ad has been released featuring celebrities talking about their ‘first time’ voting.

Marvel stars, including Scarlett Johansson, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, and Don Cheadle, were joined by Parkland mass shooting survivors for the tongue-in-cheek PSA urging young people to vote for the first time.

‘I was nervous,’ Johansson said.  

‘I mean, I didn’t know how to do it,’ Mark Ruffalo admitted. 

Don Cheadle said his first time was in church, while Chris Evans said ‘My first time with a woman was 2016’

Marvel stars, including Scarlett Johansson (pictured) Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, and Don Cheadle did a tongue-in-cheek PSA urging young people to vote for the first time

Marvel stars, including Scarlett Johansson (pictured) Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, and Don Cheadle did a tongue-in-cheek PSA urging young people to vote for the first time

Marvel stars, including Scarlett Johansson (pictured) Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, and Don Cheadle did a tongue-in-cheek PSA urging young people to vote for the first time

Zoe Kravitz explained her first time ‘was in the back of a fire house.’ 

‘Voting is so hot!’ she added.

‘My first time with a woman was 2016,’ said Evans, referring to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential run. ‘It felt good, but it ended badly.’

‘Mine was in a church,’ Cheadle said, before adding: ‘My parents weren’t allowed to do it until 1965, so I do it every chance I get.’

'Let's rise up, register and let our voices be heard,' Boseman encouraged

'Let's rise up, register and let our voices be heard,' Boseman encouraged

‘Let’s rise up, register and let our voices be heard,’ Boseman encouraged

Zoe Kravitz explained her first time 'was in the back of a fire house.' 'Voting is so hot!' she added

Zoe Kravitz explained her first time 'was in the back of a fire house.' 'Voting is so hot!' she added

Zoe Kravitz explained her first time ‘was in the back of a fire house.’ ‘Voting is so hot!’ she added

‘Let’s rise up, register and let our voices be heard,’ Boseman encouraged.

The silver screen superheroes, all wearing American flag-inspired shirts or sweatshirts were also joined by some real life heroes; the high school survivors of the shooting at Majory Stoneman in Parkland Florida.

‘My first time everybody clapped afterwards,’ said former student David Hogg.

Fellow shooting survivor Emma González urged viwerers: ‘We have the numbers, we have the power, we can do this.’

The silver screen superheroes were also joined by some real life heroes; the high school survivors of the shooting at Majory Stoneman in Parkland Florida (pictured is David Hogg)

The silver screen superheroes were also joined by some real life heroes; the high school survivors of the shooting at Majory Stoneman in Parkland Florida (pictured is David Hogg)

The silver screen superheroes were also joined by some real life heroes; the high school survivors of the shooting at Majory Stoneman in Parkland Florida (pictured is David Hogg)

The PSA was organized by March For Our Lives in partnership with We Stand United and aims to encourage young, first-time voters to register and participate in the November 6 midterm elections.

‘While the video may make you laugh, the message is clear. No matter how or where you do it, all that matters is on November 6th we need all Americans to register and vote on Election Day,’ March For Our Lives Co-Founder Delaney Tarr told Entertainment Online.

‘Our generation has the power to be heard all across America. We need every single American to join us in the fight.’ 

 

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