BILL Clinton was President when Friends first aired, in 1994.
And Jennifer Aniston was taking the lead as celebrities cast their votes on Super Tuesday.
She shared an image with a sticker, reading "I voted", alongside her beloved dog Clyde.
The Morning Show star was one of many Hollywood stars who hit the polls to determine who will be the leading Democratic nominee to take on President Donald Trump during the November 3 Presidential elections.
They shared their democratic right to their social media accounts after attending polling booths across Los Angeles.
Michelle Pfeiffer and Oscar winner Laura Dern were all early voters who showed their pride online.
Michelle posted a selfie with the I Voted sticker. "PLEEEASE VOTE!!! #SuperTuesday," the Stardust actress captioned.
Laura Dern added in her son Ellery Harper, 18, as she captioned her snap: "What a moment going to vote for the first time with your child! We did it! Have you? Let's vote so we can feel hopeful for our planet!"
Jessica Biel broke from her birthday celebrations to place her vote.
The wife of Justin Timberlake Biel was makeup free and wore a blue hoodie, while holding up her I Voted sticker.
"Proof that I did more than just eat cake today," wrote the 7th Heaven actress.
"If you don’t vote, then you don’t get a sticker to post on Instagram. You also don’t get to have your voice heard and influence the world we all live in, but also… the sticker."
Tracee Ellis Ross showcased her bright lipstick alongside her sticker, writing: I did!! Did you?"
Django Unchained actress Kerry Washington shared a snap with a caption "Voting vibes today" while director and actress Elizabeth Banks put the sticker on her mouth and wrote: "Let your voices be heard".
Meanwhile, Eva Longoria of Desperate Housewives fame wore a T-shirt which read VOTE, as she posed on a green lawn.
Goldie Hawn's daughter Kate Hudson encouraged people to vote, as she sported her sticker on her Instagram stories alongside her right-hand woman Madeline.
Hidden Figures star Taraji P Henson pushed Yes On Measure R. "You have a chance to make history on Election Day," she said on her social media.
Sarah Michelle Gellar posed for a selfie in her car as she showed off her sticker.
"In 1919 the right for women to vote was passed in Congress. This is not a privilege, I take for granted," the Cruel Intentions star wrote.
Black Swan's Natalie Portman revealed who she is voting for in several of her posts.
Meanwhile, This Is Us actress Mandy Moore also wore a T-shirt that said VOTE.
"An important message today," said the Princess Diaries star. "Also 40% of the proceeds of this @madewell shirt go to the @aclu nationwide."
Model Emily Ratajkowski urged voters to do their thing as she held up her ballot at a voting station in her pictures.
Reality television star Lisa Rinna also joined the throng.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star showed off her I Voted sticker.
"GET OUT AND VOTE! NOW!!!!!" captioned the former actress,who is wed to actor Harry Hamlin.
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