Celebrities are reading the same polls the rest of us can see in the media.
President Barack Obama's chances for reelection are sinking, and liberals like Bruce Springsteen, Jack Black and Jay-Z are rushing to drag the beleaguered leader over the finish line.
Springsteen, who vowed earlier this year not to actively campaign for Obama, reversed course and will croon for Captain Hope and Change later this week in Ohio.
Jack Black, the star of "Bernie" and "School of Rock," is calling Mitt Romney a "master flip-flopper" while ignoring Obama's litany of flips and flops.
Jay-Z, who admitted he backs Obama partially because he's the first black president, cut a campaign video saying Obama inspired people to take a stand in politics.
Actresses Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington also went the video route to roast the Romney/Ryan ticket for its alleged anti-women stances.
And then there's Miley Cyrus, the teen pop sensation who Tweeted the following faux rock star snap shot to support The One.