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17 celebrities who urge you to vote yes for marriage equality in Australia

17 celebrities who urge you to vote yes for marriage equality in Australia

Margot Robbie, Troye Sivan and Flume support marriage equality in Australia

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 Β£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.

Troye Sivan

Internationally renowned pop singer

Kylie Minogue

Gay icon and pop queen

Kim Chi

Season eight RuPaul’s Drag Race star

Ruby Rose

Actress, Orange is the New Black

https://twitter.com/rubyrose/status/895752062868144128

Margot Robbie

Actress, The Wolf of Wall Street and Suicide Squad

https://twitter.com/margotrobbie/status/897388650438242304

Panti Bliss

Irish drag queen and LGBTI activist

Ian Thorpe

Australian olympic gold medalist swimmer

Courtney Act

Season six RuPaul’s Drag Race star

Shane Warne

Australian cricket legend

Magda Szubanski

Actress, Kath and Kim

Jessica Veronica

Singer, The Veronicas

https://twitter.com/jessicaveronica/status/895819255513456646

Flume

Australian singer

Ricki-Lee

Australian Idol singer

Lee Lin Chin

Australian television presenter and Eurovision extraordinaire

Captain Planet

Children’s television show

Human Rights Campaign

American human rights organization

Lucy Lawless

Actress, Xena