He, or she, is the candidate you just can’t stomach — and now that girlfriend from high school is declaring her support in another jaw-dropping Facebook post.
It’s happened to all of us.
But where Facebook friends deal in inconsequential memes, Hollywood celebrities can bring real heft to a candidate, in the form of fundraising galas and star-studded endorsements.
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Jay Z, Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez are just a few stars flexing their musical muscle in concerts supporting Democratic contender Hillary Clinton.
Republican nominee Donald Trump — a celebrity in his own right — can count on Happy Days’ Scott Baio and Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight in his corner. But he lost previous endorsements from singer Aaron Carter, rapper Azealia Banks and actress Kirstie Alley following the leaked Access Hollywood tape.
I love this..but I hate this election and I’m officially no longer endorsing either candidate..I’m voting for the woman with the ladder https://t.co/A0trijJvVK
Now, with what’s been a nasty U.S. presidential campaign coming to a conclusion, it’s time to take stock of which star stands where in the race for the White House. And perhaps take a hard look at your Facebook friends list.
Article source: http://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/trump-or-clinton-consult-our-celebrity-scorecard-to-see-who-backs-whom-1.3822430?cmp=rss