The Working Families Party on Friday received a celebrity boost in a video message from Whoopi Goldberg.

In a minute-and-half video, Goldberg touts the WFP as the “progressive party” that has helped elect officials who in turn have fought to pass measures such as paid sick leave, living wages and support for public transit.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is pushing for votes on his Women’s Equality Party ballot line next week, is not mentioned.

But Goldberg does suggest — as have other WFPers recently — that a vote on the liberal, labor-backed line will be about sending a message.

“Next year could be big. When we stand together and vote, it’s a clear progressive message Albany cannot ignore,” she says.

Goldberg adds: “We can’t wait for them until we elect them. Get out and vote.”

A star-powered GOTV effort isn’t new for the WFP. The party in 2010 had Matt Damon promoting a vote on the ballot line as well; Goldberg jokes in the video she wants viewers to share it on social media and beat his view total.

Meanwhile, the WFP co-chairwoman, Karen Scharff, pushed back this afternoon after Cuomo made reference to the creation of “fringe” parties in a radio interview.

“I’m 5 feet one inches tall, but even little parties can pack a big punch,” Scharff said. “We’ve never been afraid to pressure the big guys to be accountable to women and families.”