With only two days to go until the UK's European Union referendum, more and more celebrities are revealing which side they're backing. Everyone from Patrick Stewart to Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Caine to Simon Cowell has aired how they'll be voting on Thursday – whether its Leave or Remain.
On Tuesday David Beckham added his name to those against Brexit. Here's the rundown:
David Beckham is supporting Remain.
As is Victoria Beckham.
Michael Caine is supporting Leave.
Patrick Stewart is supporting Remain.
Joan Collins is supporting Leave.
Keira Knightley, Ian McKellen, and Benedict Cumberbatch are supporting Remain.
They are among almost 300 actors, musicians, writers, and artists who signed a letter rallying against Brexit.
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Douglas Booth is supporting Remain.
Elizabeth Hurley is supporting Leave.
Bill Nighy, Danny Boyle, and Thandie Newton are supporting Remain.
They also signed the letter rallying against Brexit for fear it could "damage" the creative industries.
As is Daisy Ridley.
Sol Campbell is supporting Leave.
Stephen Hawking is supporting Remain.
Bryan Adams is supporting Leave.
Paloma Faith and Simon Cowell are supporting Remain.
Paloma was among the artists who signed the letter on behalf of the creative industries, while Simon Cowell told The Mirror: "I try to stay out of religion and politics. But my gut feeling is I don’t think at this time – because it is a tricky time – you would want to be on your own on a tiny island."
And so is Florence Welch.
Keith Chegwin is supporting Leave.
Jude Law, Sophie Okonedo, and Helena Bonham Carter are supporting Remain.
They, too, signed the letter published by The Telegraph supporting Remain.