Here's some of the famous faces that urged Irish people to vote
They did their bit.
The recent referendum on the Eighth Amendment had the highest turnout in any referendum throughout the entire history of the country.
The two sides did their campaigning all around the country, but the role that social media played in the lead up to the 25th of May is not to be ignored.
A number of celebrities spoke out ahead of the referendum, and urged the people of Ireland to use their vote.
Here's a list of some of the most interesting, most emotional and most random faces to offer their opinion on the historic occasion:
Westmeath's Niall Horan did his bets to encourage the people of Ireland to vote yes.
Cmon Ireland ! This is your day to make another great decision. Please do right by the great women of our nation . 🇮🇪
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) May 25, 2018
Hozier did the same.
— Hozier (@Hozier) May 25, 2018
Pink offered her support. Legend.
Ireland and Leinster rugby star Cian Healy talked about his own personal relationship with the situation, before encouraging people to vote yes.
As a man, adopted in Ireland 30 years ago where the 8th possibly protected me, I (and my family) are supporting the YES vote. We must make sure the women of Eire are protected and have a choice in their lives. #men4yes
— Cian Healy (@ProperChurch) May 24, 2018
Football legend and TV presenter guy urged Ireland to "do the right thing".
Here’s hoping Ireland do the right thing by their women today. #Repealthe8th
— Gary Lineker 💙 (@GaryLineker) May 25, 2018
Academy Award winner Russell Crowe had a beautiful message.
I have two beautiful sons . I wasnt lucky enough to have a daughter. If I had, I’d wish her to have courage like yours.
Nobody’s daughter should ever be told she doesn’t have authority over her own body.
This video is the beginning and the end of the debate. #yes https://t.co/YeV9s7NmRy
— Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) May 24, 2018
Dermot O'Leary off the X Factor spoke as "an Irish son and brother".
Big day for Ireland today. Not normally one for asking people to vote one way or another. But as an Irish son and brother, no state should have the right to tell a woman what to do with her body. #Repealthe8th
— Dermot O'Leary (@radioleary) May 25, 2018
Even Rylan got in on the act...
Safe travels to everyone flying back to Ireland today to vote. X #RepealThe8th
— R Y L A N (@Rylan) May 25, 2018
English comedian Sarah Millican appealed to anyone that may have been on the fence.
Piers bloody Morgan even did the same!
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) May 25, 2018
Boy George too...
I hope Ireland votes yes on a 'women's right to choose' because no women has an abortion on a whim.
— Boy George (@BoyGeorge) April 26, 2018
Irish comedian Dara O'Briain was ineligible to vote, but was emphatic in what he wanted the Irish to do.
G’wan Ireland. This is a big day, and we’re all thinking of you. #yesyesIsaidyes
— Dara Ó Briain (@daraobriain) May 25, 2018
Emma Watson did too, classic Hermione.
A vote for the freedom to choose, a vote for women's rights, a vote for women's control over their bodies, a vote for women's health & safety, a vote towards equality. Thinking of Ireland #together4yes #repealthe8th https://t.co/CDNj9KoSGt
— Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) May 24, 2018