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Dancing and singing Kendall Jenner urges fans to vote

From the runway to the polls, the reality star wants people to fulfill their civic duty

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Kendall Jenner will do anything to get her fans to vote – even wrap herself in the American flag, be goofy and dance.

The 20-year-old model and reality TV star is urging people to fulfil their civic duty and head to the US polls in November.

Kim Kardashian’s baby sister joined her designer pals Tommy Hilfiger, Diane von Furstenberg and Michael Kors as part of a social media push.

Kendall Jenner dances in new Public Service Announcement urging fans to vote.

Twirling and dancing in her individual video Kendall says: “Want no regrets the morning after? Register to vote.”

In a separate clip she appears among a galaxy of fashion stars as part of the video put together as a new voter registration Public Service Announcement.

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Von Furstenberg – who was born in Belgium but became an American citizen – says in her individual video: “Not so long ago women couldn’t vote. Voting is having a voice.

“Voting is sexy. Voting is being in charge.”

Diane von Furstenberg appears in the "runway to register" PSA

Legendary model Lauren Hutton appears in the main PSA saying: “I don’t dance. But I do vote.”

The video also features runway stars Joan Smalls and actress and model Amber Valletta.

On November 8, Americans will go to the polls to vote for their next President.

This weekend Kendall celebrated being the October cover girl for Vogue Germany, which she posted on her Twitter page.

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Have a look at the “runway to register” video:

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