“Selena for President 2024,” he said on Instagram live.
“I’m about it!” Timothée Chalamet just went live on Instagram with Selena Gomez while waiting in line to vote in the upcoming 2020 U.S. presidential election—and he made sure to let her know exactly how he feels about her. Gomez called the actor on October 24 while he was in line to vote early in New York and he used the opportunity to encourage their followers to get out and cast their ballots. “I really hope this guy loses….oh, man. I think in New York we’re safe, victory-wise,” Chalamet said, referring to President Donald Trump, to which Gomez responded, “My stomach hurts because I’m nervous.”
Even though the former A Rainy Day in New York co-stars’ conversation was only 10 minutes long, fans couldn’t help but feel a vibe between them. In fact, Chalamet was straight up about his obvious fondness for Gomez—especially when it comes to her political activism. “I know it goes without saying—and don’t think I don’t mean it because I’m younger than you—but I’m really proud of you. You’ve been all over this stuff,” he said, referring to Gomez’s commitment to getting out the vote. “I know it’s making a difference.”
“I felt like that when we shot our movie together,” he continued. “But I feel like you’re really on the curve with this stuff. It’s really important. Yeah, I’m really inspired. I mean it.” “That’s really sweet, thank you,” the singer replied. Fans couldn’t help but notice her blushing.