Drew Barrymore gets into the election season spirit on the cover of November's Harper's Bazaar. Like lots of other celebrities, she wants to encourage young people to vote while at the same time she endorses Barack Obama. Drew also opened up to the magazine about finding herself after turning 30, saying:

"My priorities have changed so much. I've been single for months now, and I've turned my attention toward my passions, my friends, and the causes I believe in. I've learned to put myself second. I've had a couple fun, frolicky relationships, but really, I got out of a five-year relationship and I dated a few people here and there. Mostly it's been about learning who I am, not through a man, but for myself. I've been spending time with my friends and doing more traveling with the UN and challenging myself at work. I'm so happy with where my priorities are right now."

That seems like she's glossing over her relationship with Justin after they were so happy together, but now Drew has other guys and political drama to hold her attention.