Oprah and Black Panther actor Michael B. Jordan knocked on doors in Georgia Thursday, encouraging residents to get to the polls and vote in the midterm elections next week. Oprah went door-to-door for Georgia’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, while Jordan urged black residents to vote as he canvased with the group Voting While Black. Residents were thrilled to see the celebrities on their doorsteps. “I am shocked!” one woman exclaimed upon seeing Oprah at her door. When Michael B. Jordan appeared at the door of another woman, she exclaimed, “Wakanda forever, yeah,” a reference to Black Panther. Actor Will Ferrell also went door-to-door for Abrams and visited students at Kennesaw State University to encourage young people to vote.