KEY POINTS

  • Ireland Baldwin used "I voted" stickers as pasties in new topless Instagram photos
  • Baldwin called on everyone to get involved in the election by practicing their right to vote
  • Jared Leto, Diplo, Mark Ruffalo, Tiffany Haddish, Sarah Silverman and more celebrities also disrobed to get out the vote

Ireland Baldwin stripped down to her birthday suit on Instagram to encourage others to cast their ballots for the upcoming election.

In a recent post on Instagram, Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin's daughter revealed that she has voted early through a series of topless photos in which she uses “I voted” stickers as pasties.

"voting is cool and so are disproportionate boobs," she wrote in the caption.

Her Instagram followers immediately showed support for Baldwin's efforts to get out the vote and showered the 25-year-old model with praise.

"I aspire to be you," one fan commented.

"A successful, body positive model that’s exercising her right to vote?? I don’t think parents could want more!" another wrote.

Baldwin joins the growing list of celebrities who have stripped down to encourage everyone to vote in the upcoming election.

On Wednesday, Jared Leto also shared a nude picture of himself as he reminded his followers to vote. 

"Happy hump day," he wrote in the caption. "P.S. Don’t forget to vote."

Leto received praise for the post, with one Twitter user commenting, "Wow wow what a day !!! live this day !!!!!! I think I like it @JaredLeto."

"@JaredLeto Ok. I don’t see anything. Ok I’m such a bad liar. Now I’ll have a permanent smile for the rest of the day (sigh). Thank you. Way to go," another wrote.

Last month,  Diplo also went nude on Instagram while sending the same message as Baldwin and Leto. In the racy image, he had his whole back exposed to the camera while he faced the pond in front of him.

Meanwhile, Mark Ruffalo, Tiffany Haddish, Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer, Chris Rock and more celebrities recently joined forces and disrobed as well when they appeared on a new PSA about "naked ballots." The PSA campaign was organized by RepresentUs, a nonprofit organization dedicated to transparency in politics and voting rights, in order to spread awareness about voting from home this election cycle.

Ireland Baldwin Model Ireland Baldwin arrives at the 2013 Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) awards in New York June 3, 2013. Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson