Billie Piper has urged voters to reject the Tories at the polls with a cheeky T-shirt.
The singer and actress has thrown her support behind the tactical voting camp as she urges voters to turn their backs against the Conservatives in this week's election.
Billie, 37, wore a t-shirt that mimics the Tesco logo to take a political stand.
It reads: "Tories, very little help."
She wrote: "Cannot get behind a man who shames single mums and their children, uses casual racism, gambles with the NHS and gives zero f***s about our children’s future.
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"To all the young ones, learn how to vote tactically & rid us of this looming horror show."
She posted a link to the People's Vote campaign's tactical voting website along with the tweet.
While the star didn't say how she would be voting, she is among a growing list of celebrities who are backing a change of Government.
The Mirror has been keeping an eye on political endorsements from the showbiz world .
Labour has been attracting star support from talent including singer Lily Allen, and Hollywood star Danny DeVito.
Last month, Stormzy's call for people to register to vote appeared to spark a huge rise in registrations.
The grime star has backed Labour with a call to end austerity.
Music producer Brian Eno has publicly spoken about his "trust" in Jeremy Corbyn .
Steve Coogan and Vivienne Westwood are also backing Corbyn.
Labour-backing tactical voters are concentrating on marginal seats, with those backing the technique voting against their preferred party in some areas to claw power from Tories and Leave-backing candidates.
You can read the Mirror's tactical voting guide here .
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