The 2016 presidential election has been an intriguing race, to say the least. This election has already made a historical mark in the political world. Hillary Clinton has become the first-ever woman nominated by a major political party for the running of United States presidency. Tinsel town has never shied away from getting involved in political and social issues, and the coming election has drawn out even more supporters. Hillary Clinton has an army of Hollywood A-listers to support her.
Good or bad influence Kim Kardashian might bring, her growing popularity and success as a reality star has turned her endorsement a mega advantage for Hillary Clinton.
If there was any rumor or confusion regarding to Kim Kardashian’s political stand, on 9/24, it was all cleared up with Kim’s Twitter post a picture of Hilary Clinton in a Victorian frame card, with the hashtag “STRAIGHTUP I’M WITH HER”. After she met Hillary Clinton at a fundraiser, Kim Kardashian posted a selfie picture of her & Mrs. Clinton, with her husband Kayne West in the background. She tagged: “I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country! #HillaryForPresident.” Hillary Clinton & Kim Kardashian were amicably friendly to each other. Mrs. Clinton said: “I really enjoyed meeting her; I really found her to be warm and very personable”. When she was asked whether Mrs. Clinton considered Kardashian to be a good role model for young women, she was very clever in choosing her words not to upset the powerful Kardashian clang: “I think all of us in our own ways can be inspirational or aspirational for people, and I certainly think many people see her as someone who gets up every day and tries to figure out how to make that day successful.”
This charisma actor, screenwriter, producer, director and humanitarian has pulled out quite a fantacular red carpet style of support to Clinton.
There is another lady in George Clooney’s political life, and that is Hillary Clinton. He and his wife Amal Clooney hosted a fundraiser for Mrs. Clinton in San Francisco back in May 2016. In his letter sent out to his guests, George Clooney explained one of the reasons he supported Hillary Clinton because of her political experience. "… A voice of tolerance and experience, from a candidate who's spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of the less fortunate. A candidate who knows firsthand the complexity of our international relationships. That candidate is Hillary Clinton…” George Clooney has been a long-time supporter of the Democratic Party so his presidential choice this year was not a surprise, though it has raised quite a controversial topic around his choice of candidate he supported as well as the insane amount of fund raising tickets he set for Clinton’s fundraiser in May 2016.
Here is our top #3 supporter, to this "Charlie Angels" actress, it's all about "girl power".
Actress Drew Barrymore teamed up with Chelsea Clinton to host a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in Dec 17th, 2015 in the event called "Family Holiday Celebration with Hillary and Chelsea". The actress reasoned her support in a very Barrymore-like statement: “Hillary Clinton is going to be the ultimate girlboss as our next president.”
The singer who bared it all, literally, in the name of politics!
Katy Perry is an ardent supporter of Hillary. Back in October 2015, Perry appeared on stage at a Clinton rally in Iowa, alongside the presidential candidate and her husband, Bill Clinton, in a white strapless dress emblazoned with Hillary's campaign logo. She screamed out to the crowd:'You're gonna hear us roar - to 2016 and beyond!' For Clinton’s birthday the next day after the rally, Kate Perry gifted Hillary Clinton with a gold pendant that spelled out the acronym 'POTUS,' which stands for ‘President of The United States.’ On Monday 9/26/2016, Katy Perry took to Twitter to announce this:”TOMORROW, I USE MY BODY AS CLICK BAIT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD”, and so she did. Not only she roared to support Hillary Clinton, but also bared it all naked to get voters’ attention.
This "political goddess" has turned to lend her support to Clinton in this election. A tremendous win for Clinton!
Even though the superstar singer didn’t show up at the 2016 Democratic National Convention and was known to be a strong supporter of Barrack Obama during the 2008 presidential election, Beyonce has showed her support to Hillary Clinton this time around. To have Beyonce as her supporter, Mrs. Clinton was sure to get more popular among the African American voters. She quickly shared a photo of Beyonce at one of her fundraiser event and tweeted:” Say you’ll Bey on Team Hillary too.” On Ellen DeGeneres show, Hillary Clinton cleverly dropped a comment referring to Beyonce’s new album “Lemonade”:”I really believe in making lemonade out of lemons”. Mrs. Clinton also added: “I want to be as good a president as Beyonce is a performer.”
Ellen Degeneres put on a comedian face when she told Clinton she'd have considered to relocate her talk show to the White House, and no place else. Ahem! Look out for this one, she might support Hillary Clinton today, but she might be running for the White House someday.
During the Democratic candidate’s visit to The Ellen Degeneres show, Degeneres told Hillary Clinton that she’d definitely vote for Clinton:"You know what a supporter I am. I think that you're as smart as can be, I think you are qualified, I think you stand for everything that I want in a president."
In return, Hillary Clinton also held a high regard for Ellen Degeneres and her influential show. Mrs. Clinton even joked about offering Degeneres the vice president seat if she’d win the election. Ellen Degeneres jokingly turned the potential job offer down, citing the reason was that she would have considered relocation only if she could have recorded her show at the White House residence, not at a Vice President house. Good one, Ellen!
Aim high, Mrs. Clinton! You have this legendary NBA player to support you!
The NBA basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was one of the key speakers at the 2016 DNC to support Hillary Clinton. At Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center, he introduced himself:
“I’m Michael Jordan and I'm here with Hillary.” Then he went on,
“I say that because I know Donald Trump couldn’t tell the difference.”
He slammed Donald Trump on his views of profiling Muslims, among other things and strongly supported Hillary Clinton in his speech, he concluded:
"In Clinton we have a proven warrior who has both the commitment and record of accomplishment to lead the fight."
Lady Gaga has been a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign from the beginning. She took to Twitter with a photo of herself in a Star-spangled one-piece swimsuit and her tag to support Hillary Clinton:“#HILLARY2016 Nothing can keep a strong woman down. VOTE for the first female US president in history. Shake it up America, this country needs a little rock n’ roll.”
The popstar queen performed at a fundraising event for the Democratic front-runner in June 2015 with an insane ticket price started at a whopping 000. She also posed with the former First Lady holding a t-shirt printed “Yaaas, Hillary!” on it. That same T-shirt design has been printed quite a few to pass around her celebrity friends. In April 2015, Jamie Lee Curtis and Lady Gaga squeezed into the t-shirt together and she tweeted the photo with the caption: “@HillaryClinton brings people together.”
This "Confident" singer sent a strong message to voters through her song.
In the Democratic convention event in Iowa City back in Jan 2016, Demi Lovato sang her hit single “Confident” to give Hillary Clinton a boost to her potential front runner position among Democratic Party.
In front of a cheering crowd of more than 1,700 people showed up in an auditorium at University of Iowa, Demi Lovato shared her thought of the running candidate: "I don’t think there is a woman more confident than Hillary Clinton. I am voting for her because of her beliefs, her strength and the fact that she completely embodies the concept of women empowerment.”
This next mega powerful TV host has her own political ground, to support women and equality.
Even though the media mogul endorsed Barrack Obama over Hillary Clinton during their run for the 2008 presidential race, but she has lent her support this time around to Clinton with the campaign slogan: “I’m with her.” In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Oprah told Nancy O’dell that, “Regardless of your politics, it’s a seminal moment for women. What this says is, there is no ceiling, that ceiling just went boom! It says anything is possible when you can be leader of the free world.”
Oprah appeared at the White House in June 2016 for its United State of Women Summit with Michelle Obama, where the two spoke about gender equality, life in the White House, and the first family's thoughts about post-presidency life. With her strong support of the women movement right and equality, there is no surprise Oprah would be all in to support Hillary Clinton for the president.