Australia will have a public vote on whether to allow same-sex marriage and some celebrities are getting behind the cause.
Despite community protest, Australians will vote in a non-binding postal plebiscite to a cost of $122 million (€82,281 £75,191)
Activists say the public divide of opinion will make LGBTI people vulnerable to needless scrutiny.
But celebrities are coming out in support of people enrolling to vote and voting yes.
We’ve compiled a list of some celebrities who want to see marriage equality a reality in Australia.
You can also read our summary of everything happening with marriage equality in Australia.
Internationally renowned pop singer
AUSSIES let's make our voices heard. Please please make sure you're enrolled to vote 🏳️🌈 https://t.co/o58FxjwQKD
— 👼🏼 (@troyesivan) August 17, 2017
Gay icon and pop queen
I wish everyone had the right to declare their love and unity. 💞 https://t.co/ieOErM55ks
— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) August 11, 2017
Season eight RuPaul’s Drag Race star
Aussie folks!! Vote for your right! Vote YES to same sex marriage! pic.twitter.com/keJrqXbkqi
— Kim Chi (@KimChi_Chic) August 11, 2017
Actress, Orange is the New Black
Actress, The Wolf of Wall Street and Suicide Squad
Irish drag queen and LGBTI activist
— Dr Panti Bliss-Cabrera (@PantiBliss) August 19, 2017
Australian olympic gold medalist swimmer
— Jamie McKinnell (@jamie86) August 12, 2017
Season six RuPaul’s Drag Race star
— Riyadh Khalaf (@RiyadhK) August 18, 2017
Australian cricket legend
— Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) August 19, 2017
Actress, Kath and Kim
— Magda Szubanski AO (@MagdaSzubanski) August 15, 2017
Singer, The Veronicas
Australia, please make sure you are enrolled to vote. Love is love 🌈 pic.twitter.com/LOIMNt4KHd
— Flume (@flumemusic) August 12, 2017
Australian Idol singer
— RICKI-LEE (@TheRickiLee) August 16, 2017
Lee Lin Chin
Australian television presenter and Eurovision extraordinaire
People keep asking me if I support marriage equality.
Seriously, look at me? Is that even something you need to ask?
— Lee Lin Chin (@LeeLinChin) August 10, 2017
Children’s television show
Human Rights Campaign
American human rights organization
— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) August 10, 2017
— Lucy Lawless (@RealLucyLawless) August 17, 2017