Matthew “Matty” Healy urged his fans to vote Labour [Getty]
In a bid to try and influence his followers to vote for the party led by Jeremy Corbyn in the general election, the 28 year old singer took to Twitter to promise explicit images of himself in return.
He tweeted: “Vote Labour. I don’t know how to use my ‘platform’ in order to incentivise democracy. But vote Labour and I’ll send nudes if that works.”
The tweet quickly racked up the likes and retweets from his 779k followers.
Matt Healy promised his fans nude pics [Twitter]
Some fans got very excited, with one saying: “*Becomes a British citizen so I can vote Labour and do my part in making this happen.*”
Another said: “I voted Labour where are my nudes”, while a third wrote: “I was voting Labour anyway, but my DMs are open.”
The musician is not the only star to take to social media to voice their opinions on the general election, with celebrities now reacting to the hung parliament news.
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn [Getty]
Britain will now have a hung parliament after the Tories failed to gain the majority needed, after a whole night of Labour wins and SNP losses.
TOWIE star Debbie Douglas, the mother of Lydia Bright, wrote: “Do not see a hung parliament as negative …it means negotiations will have much more of a debate…more input to decisions..optimistic.”
While news reporter Jon Snow added: “One of the most dramatic General Election results in modern history: a hung Parliament. Corbyn tells May to resign.”
Prime Minister Teresa May [Getty ]
Football legend Gary Lineker added: “What appeared to be the most pointless general election in history may well turn out to be the most extraordinary.”
While Ricky Gervais wrote: “I’m going to bed wishing for a well hung parliament.”
David Walliams added: “Oh Theresa, what have you done?”