Madison Beer goes blue as she celebrates president-elect Joe Biden’s victory in West Hollywood

Madison Beer is one of several celebrities who’s used their platform to urge fans to vote in this week’s presidential election.

And the native New Yorker was overjoyed with the highly-anticipated announcement that Democratic candidate Joe Biden was the projected winner.

She went appropriately blue in an oversized hoodie Saturday, as she celebrated president-elect Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris‘ victory in the streets of West Hollywood.

Going blue: Madison Beer went appropriately blue in an oversized hoodie Saturday, as she celebrated president-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris' victory in the streets of West Hollywood

Going blue: Madison Beer went appropriately blue in an oversized hoodie Saturday, as she celebrated president-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris' victory in the streets of West Hollywood

Going blue: Madison Beer went appropriately blue in an oversized hoodie Saturday, as she celebrated president-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris’ victory in the streets of West Hollywood

The 21-year-old kept it casual, complementing her Chrome Hearts hoodie with some grey sweatpants.

She took precautions against COVID-19 in a blue surgical mask, which she decorated with a Biden/Harris campaign sticker.

Beer waved a rainbow flag, as she joined the crowd on the sidewalk, after cheering them on from her car.

She was all smiles as she displayed the Biden/Harris sticker on her forehead, while throwing up the peace sign from the driver’s seat.

Casual outing: The 21-year-old kept it casual, complementing her Chrome Hearts hoodie with some grey sweatpants

Casual outing: The 21-year-old kept it casual, complementing her Chrome Hearts hoodie with some grey sweatpants

Casual outing: The 21-year-old kept it casual, complementing her Chrome Hearts hoodie with some grey sweatpants

Wear a mask: She took precautions against COVID-19 in a blue surgical mask, which she decorated with a Biden/Harris campaign sticker

Wear a mask: She took precautions against COVID-19 in a blue surgical mask, which she decorated with a Biden/Harris campaign sticker

Wear a mask: She took precautions against COVID-19 in a blue surgical mask, which she decorated with a Biden/Harris campaign sticker

Gay rights! Beer waved a rainbow flag, as she joined the crowd on the sidewalk, after cheering them on from her car

Gay rights! Beer waved a rainbow flag, as she joined the crowd on the sidewalk, after cheering them on from her car

Gay rights! Beer waved a rainbow flag, as she joined the crowd on the sidewalk, after cheering them on from her car

All smiles: She was all smiles while throwing up the peace sign from the driver's seat

All smiles: She was all smiles while throwing up the peace sign from the driver's seat

Representing: Beer displayed the Biden/Harris sticker on her forehead while driving

Representing: Beer displayed the Biden/Harris sticker on her forehead while driving

Representing: She was all smiles as she displayed the Biden/Harris sticker on her forehead, while throwing up the peace sign from the driver’s seat

The Good In Goodbye artist took to her Instagram Story with a tight-cropped selfie, writing: ‘the energy right now’ 

She also shared videos of the energetic crowd from her car, as they waved flags and held up signs in jubilation.

Beer offered up a sentimental moment of symbolism, as a rainbow stretched over the popular gay neighborhood, following the first rain Los Angeles has seen in months. 

She previously posted a video to her Insta Story of her happy tearful reaction to the news of the election results.

Positive energy: The Good In Goodbye artist took to her Instagram Story with a tight-cropped selfie, writing: 'the energy right now'

Positive energy: The Good In Goodbye artist took to her Instagram Story with a tight-cropped selfie, writing: 'the energy right now'

Positive energy: The Good In Goodbye artist took to her Instagram Story with a tight-cropped selfie, writing: ‘the energy right now’

Out en masse: She also shared videos of the energetic crowd from her car, as they waved flags and held up signs in jubilation

Out en masse: She also shared videos of the energetic crowd from her car, as they waved flags and held up signs in jubilation

Out en masse: She also shared videos of the energetic crowd from her car, as they waved flags and held up signs in jubilation

After the rain: Beer offered up a sentimental moment of symbolism, as a rainbow stretched over the popular gay neighborhood, following the first rain Los Angeles has seen in months

After the rain: Beer offered up a sentimental moment of symbolism, as a rainbow stretched over the popular gay neighborhood, following the first rain Los Angeles has seen in months

After the rain: Beer offered up a sentimental moment of symbolism, as a rainbow stretched over the popular gay neighborhood, following the first rain Los Angeles has seen in months

Justin Bieber’s protégé wrote: ‘thank you for voting thank you for using your voices i am so [crying emojis, blue heart emojis]’  

She also paid tribute to Vice President-Elect Harris, who will be the first woman, the first Black person and the first Asian-American in the position.

Beer wrote: ‘millions of young girls will now look to the white house for the first time in history, and see themselves. they will look at you Kamala, knowing they can be and do anything.

‘a beautiful moment in history has been MADE TODAY. OUR FIRST FEMALE, FIRST BLACK, AND FIRST ASIAN AMERICAN VICE PRESIDENT ELECT.’

Happy tears: She previously posted a video to her Insta Story of her happy tearful reaction to the news of the election results

Happy tears: She previously posted a video to her Insta Story of her happy tearful reaction to the news of the election results

Happy tears: She previously posted a video to her Insta Story of her happy tearful reaction to the news of the election results

Women supporting women: She also paid tribute to Vice President-Elect Harris, who will be the first woman, the first Black person and the first Asian-American in the position

Women supporting women: She also paid tribute to Vice President-Elect Harris, who will be the first woman, the first Black person and the first Asian-American in the position

Women supporting women: She also paid tribute to Vice President-Elect Harris, who will be the first woman, the first Black person and the first Asian-American in the position

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