Celebs Say “Aye” or “Nae” on Scotland’s Independence

What do celebrities think about the Scottish vote to leave the UK? Here's a list of superstars who are in favor of and against an independent Scotland.

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Soccer superstar David Beckham added his support to a letter that states: “What unites us is much greater than what divides us. Let’s stay together.” Click to see what other celebrities are saying about Scotland's Independence.
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Scottish tennis star Andy Murray said on Twitter in the run-up to the vote that the "no campaign negativity last few days totally swayed my view on it."
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Scottish actor Gerard Butler says "yes" to Scotland independence.
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JK Rowling, author of the beloved Harry Potter books, has been a strong advocate against Scotland leaving the UK.
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Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger, has declared "nae" for Scots leaving the UK.
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Sean Connery, referred as the "Greatest Living Scot," has declared that Scotland should be an independent state.
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Sir Patrick Stewart joined 200 other celebs and signed a letter titled "Dear Voters of Scotland," in which they pleaded Scots to stay with the UK.
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Actor and comedian Russell Brand tweeted that if he could vote, he would vote "yes."
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Former Beatle, Paul McCartney, joined the "no" team.
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Tough reality TV judge Simon Cowell says "no" to Scottish independence.
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Some Scots don't want to leave the union. Scottish actor Ewan McGregor is on the "no" team.
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Sting also says "no" and is part of the "Let's Stay Together" campaign.
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British designer Vivienne Westwood expressed her strong support for Scotland's independence at the London Fashion week.
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"Britain's Got Talent" star Susan Boyle would like Scotland to remain part of the UK.
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