Oprah isn't the only celebrity lending her support to Democratic gubernatorial Stacey Abrams.
Actor Mark Ruffalo tweeted his support for Abrams Thursday afternoon, declaring, "I'm proud to be on #TeamAbrams."
Singer John Legend, who spoke at one of Abrams' rallies in early October, tweeted on Thursday that Abrams' Republican opponent, Brian Kemp, "doesn't deserve to be dog catcher in Georgia."
Actress and singer Janelle Monáe also tweeted on Thursday: "Let’s get rid of the abuser of power Brian Kemp and stay on the right side of history and elect #StaceyAbrams."
Other celebrities who have shown support for Abrams include singer Kelly Rowland, rappers Ludacris and Common, and actors Tiffany Haddish and Will Ferrell.
Kemp also enjoys support from some powerful names, though they come more from the world of politics than the realm of popular culture.
Donald Trump Jr. campaigned for Kemp earlier in October, and Vice President Mike Pence campaigned in Georgia today, where he said that Abrams was "being bankrolled by Hollywood liberals."
President Trump has also endorsed Kemp, and is expected to address the gubernatorial race during his Sunday rally in Macon, Georgia.