More celebrities are pitching in to encourage Americans to sign up for the troubled healthcare.gov website, including “sexiest man alive” Adam Levine.
The Maroon 5 frontman tweeted for the latest “#GetCovered” campaign in an effort to get more people to sign up for insurance through the Obamacare exchanges.
California is where I call home. Now you can #GetCovered if you're a resident. So hurry!— Adam Levine (@adamlevine) December 12, 2013
The campaign, organized by Covered California, coincides with a live press event today in Los Angeles. Wilmer Valderrama from “That '70s Show” and Kal Penn are expected to help the campaign.
Other quasi- or former celebrities joined in the tweeting as well.
Fran Drescher from "The Nanny."
Become an active medical consumer & #GetCovered! Take control of your health like we always say @CancerSchmancer— Fran Drescher (@frandrescher) December 12, 2013
Rachael Leigh Cook from "She's All That."
Life catches us off guard. Take control of your healthcare options while you're in a position to do so. You can do this. #GetCovered— Rachael Leigh Cook (@RachaelLCook) December 12, 2013
Marlon Wayans from "White Chicks."
We should all be proactive with our health and get checked out. Step 1 = #GetCovered. Step 2 = Tell a friend. http://t.co/XMSWonkj27— marlon wayans (@MarlonWayans) December 12, 2013
Brandon Routh from "Superman Returns" was pragmatic.
The way to bring about change in healthcare is to be proactive, active, and covered. #GetCovered and tell a friend.— Brandon Routh (@BrandonJRouth) December 12, 2013
R&B singer Tatyana Ali was serious.
Nothing is more important than our health. Make it your family's top priority and #GetCovered today. http://t.co/j01GVZiGgo— Tatyana Ali (@TatyanaAli) December 12, 2013
And Kal Penn was Kal Penn.
Cover your dong, and you will live long. In fact, cover your whole sexy body. #GetCovered http://t.co/G7rLohng2G— Kal Penn (@kalpenn) December 12, 2013
It's not even likely that any of these celebrities will sign up for health insurance through the exchanges, but they think you should.