Jennifer Aniston kicked off National Voter Registration Day by lighting a fire under her followers and encouraging them to make sure that they are on the register.

Aniston used a clip from Sunday night’s Emmys to get her point across to her 35.6M fans.

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“Tomorrow is National Voter Registration Day… Let’s put out the dumpster fire that is 2020 💪🏼🔥🧯🗑,” said the “Friends” star, captioning a clip of her and host Jimmy Kimmel trying to put out a fire on stage.


Kimmel lit a piece of paper on fire to demonstrate the extreme sanitation measures in place at Sunday night’s awards.

Aniston was on hand with a fire extinguisher to put out the flames in the container.

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Unfortunately for the actress, the flames just wouldn’t go out.

“Text VOTER to 26797 (or click the link in my bio) to check your registration, and make a plan to vote early. Do it for RBG!” she added.

National Voter Registration Day takes place on Tuesday. I am a voter is a non-partisan movement that aims to create a cultural shift around voting and civic engagement.

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