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The singer said it was now ‘time to turn words into actions’.
Trump’s election has cause some Americans to fear that organisations such as Planned Parenthood could be in jeopardy if the Republican government choses to cut off financial aid.
Continue reading: Katy Perry Donates $10,000 To Planned Parenthood
Jennifer Lawrence penned an emotional open letter via Broadly this week.
Jennifer Lawrence has added her voice to the dismay of millions of disappointed voters in the wake of Donald Trump’s shock election win earlier this week, penning an emotional op-ed in which she calls for Hillary Clinton supporters to get “enraged”.
The 26 year old, who was recently named as the highest-earning female actor in the world for her roles in X-Men as well as a string of critically acclaimed films, wrote an open letter for Broadly in which she urged people who are angry to turn that energy into positive change.
Jennifer Lawrence wrote an open letter for Broadly in the wake of Clinton's defeat
Continue reading: Jennifer Lawrence Pens Open Letter To Disappointed Clinton Voters
23 year old Cyrus posted a video, accepting the reality of Trump's victory and urging compassion.
Miley Cyrus has posted an emotionally charged video in which she accepts Donald Trump’s election victory through tears, calling for peace and compassion in the aftermath of the billionaire’s shock win.
Many celebrities that have been vocally backing Hillary Clinton over the last year have been voicing their opposition to a Trump presidency in the last 24 hours, but the former ‘Hannah Montana’ star is coming to terms with the situation.
Continue reading: Miley Cyrus Comes To Terms With Trump's Victory In Tearful Video
Gaga decided to lead a protest against Donald Trump's victory at Trump Towers in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
After Hillary Clinton’s star-studded campaign trail over the last few months, some of the Democrat’s followers have taken her defeat to Donald Trump harder than others. Lady GaGa, one of the most outspoken celebs against the Republican, is leading the charge by holding a protest outside Trump Tower in New York City.
The 30 year old musician and ‘American Horror Story’ actress took a stand in the early hours of Wednesday morning (November 9th) in the aftermath of Trump’s shock win in the presidential election. Standing on a truck in front of the building in Manhattan, she held up a sign reading “Love Trumps Hate”, with the Trump Tower clock seen in the background.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Leads Protest Against Donald Trump At Trump Tower
Madge performed an impromptu 20-minute set near Greenwich Village on a freezing Monday evening in support of Democratic candidate Clinton.
People who gathered in New York’s Washington Square Park last night got a surprise as Madonna hosted an impromptu gig in order to urge voters to back Hillary Clinton in this week’s presidential election.
The event, held on Monday evening (November 7th) in freezing conditions near Greenwich Village, drew a sizeable crowd despite the inclement conditions and a lack of significant notice. Earlier in the day, Madonna had hinted at such an event, but had kept the time and location a secret until the last moment.
Continue reading: Madonna Plays Surprise New York Gig In Support Of Hillary Clinton
Adele came out pretty strongly in favour of Hillary Clinton during her gig in Miami this week.
As she performed at the American Airlines Arena in Miami on Tuesday (October 25th), in front of the Democratic nominee, the singer pledged her personal allegiance to Hillary while urging everybody else to, at least, not vote for her controversial Republican rival.
“I do know what to do - don't vote for him, that's all I'm saying,” she told the crowd in a video that was posted online after the gig by NBC’s Adam Kuperstein.
Continue reading: Adele Weighs In On U.S. Elections: "Don't Vote For Him"
Jay Z is to hold a special gig in Cleveland, on a date not yet confirmed, to get millennials to vote for Hillary in November's presidential election.
In an effort to mobilise the same black youth vote that tipped the scales in favour of Obama two years in a row, Jay Z is to hold a special concert in Ohio before the presidential election in order to encourage young people to vote for Hillary Clinton.
The gig, the date of which has not yet been confirmed but will definitely take place in Cleveland according to a report by Buzzfeed News, is believed to form part of the Clinton campaign’s ‘closing argument’ strategy as the November 8th date of the 2016 presidential election looms ever larger.
Jay Z is to hold a concert in Ohio to get young black people to vote for Hillary Clinton
Katy Perry also hit the campaign trail for Clinton over the weekend.
The singer has been a vocal campaigner for Democratic candidate Clinton through the election, but as November 8 draws closer Cyrus has taken her message on the road.
Continue reading: Miley Cyrus Visits University Dorms To Campaign For Hillary Clinton
The singer left the band last year to focus on "really important work" he was doing involving UFOs and Area 51.
The emails show that DeLonge had been corresponding with Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta about their mutual interest in UFOs, something which they have both expressed publicly.
Tom DeLonge has been emailing Clinton's campaign about UFOs
Baldwin’s Trump faced off against Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton in a recreation of the first presidential debate.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Makes His 'SNL' Debut As Donald Trump
MJB sang 'American Skin (41 Shots)' to Clinton in a promo clip for Apple Music's forthcoming chat show 'The 411'.
The internet has reacted to an unintentionally awkward video trailer for Apple Music’s upcoming new show ‘The 411’, which sees singer Mary J. Blige singing to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton while interviewing her.
The clip of the exchange, released on Monday night in the wake of Clinton’s first televised debate with Republican rival Donald Trump, is for Apple Music’s new chat show coming this Friday (September 30th). The idea seems solid – two women outstanding in their respective fields in frank discussion.
Continue reading: Mary J Blige Sings In Awkward Interview With Hillary Clinton
The cast had teased something big was coming and all was revealed on Monday night.
After a decade away ‘Will and Grace’ returned to our screens on Monday night, for a special 10 minute mini-episode which aired before Hillary Clinton took on Donald Trump in the first presidential TV debate. The special episode was designed to encourage fans to vote in the upcoming election and saw undecided voter Jack hear the arguments for both Clinton and Trump (spoiler he’s voting Hillary).
The episode began with Will (Eric Mccormack) telling Grace (Debra Messing) he couldn't believe Trump was running in the upcoming election and vowing he would never speak to a Trump supporter. Then enters Karen (Megan Mullally) carrying a ‘vote Trump’ handbag and two American flags.
The reality TV star has made her political allegiances clear after she was quoted as saying she was “on the fence” about the upcoming election.
Kim Kardashian has assured fans she stands with Hillary Clinton in the upcoming US presidential election. The 35-year-old’s political leanings were called in to question over the weekend, when a quote was published saying she was “on the fence” about who to vote for later this year.
Kim Kardashian will not be voting Trump
On Friday the Evening Standard newspaper published a ‘quote’ from Kim’s interview with Wonderland magazine where she discussed being unsure of who to vote for. The quote read: “At first I thought, ‘Oh my god, I’m so Hillary [Clinton]’, but I had a long political call with Caitlyn last night about why she’s voting Trump. I’m on the fence.”
Continue reading: Kim Kardashian Clarifies She'll Be Voting For Hillary Clinton
The comedian says she absolutely describes herself as a feminist, despite the label having negative connotations for some.
Amy Schumer has branded anyone who doesn’t call themselves a feminist an ‘insane person’. Speaking on BBC Newsnight, the US comedian said she’s very comfortable defining herself as a feminist, as the term just means a belief in equality of the sexes.
Amy Schumer is proud to call herself a feminist
“I think anyone who’s not a feminist is an insane person,” she told presenter Emily Maitlis. “I think they don’t know what feminism means. It just means equality for women but I think that word has a whole different meaning for different people.
Continue reading: Amy Schumer: "Anyone Who's Not A Feminist Is An Insane Person"
Perry performed 'Rise' and 'Roar' before Clinton accepted the nomination to be the Democrats' presidential candidate.
As she formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton received support from the pop music world in the form of Katy Perry, who performed her hits ‘Rise’ and ‘Roar’.
As Clinton made history on Thursday night (July 28th) by becoming the first ever female candidate to run for the White House, 31 year pop star Perry – a staunch supporter of Clinton since her campaign began over a year ago in Iowa – performed a brace of hits from her catalogue in Philadelphia at the Democratic National Convention. Furthermore, her hit ‘Firework’ soundtracked the moment Clinton officially accepted the nomination a little over two hours after she performed.
Katy Perry performed at the Democratic National Convention in support of Hillary Clinton
Streep, who played Emmeline Pankhurst in 2015’s 'Suffragette', backed Clinton to be America’s first female president, while drawing on inspiration from women in history who had also accomplished "firsts".
Oscar winner Meryl Streep showed her support for Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, with a powerful speech noting the women in history who had accomplished “firsts” with "grit and grace.”
Meryl Streep has spoken at the DNC in support of Hillary Clinton.
"What does it take to be the first female anything? It takes grit and it takes grace," Streep told the crowd. "Hillary Clinton has taken some fire over 40 years of her fight for families and children. How does she do it? That's what I want to know.”
Continue reading: Meryl Streep Shows Support For Hillary Clinton With Rousing DNC Speech
They'll be speaking at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week, in support of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
According to People, actresses America Ferrera, Debra Messing and Star Jones will also be joining them at the Democratic Party’s convention in Philadelphia next week, where Hillary Clinton will be accepting the nomination to run for President this November.
In an Instagram post on Wednesday, 19 year old Moretz made the announcement. “I am so happy to announce I will be speaking at the democratic national convention! #DNC #ImWithHer going to be such a beautiful historic day and I can't believe I have the immense honor of being part of it. Thank you @hillaryclinton!”
Continue reading: Chloe Grace Moretz, Lena Dunham And Demi Lovato To Speak At DNC
Oprah has thrown her support behind Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee for the presidential election this year.
“I really believe that is going to happen,” the talk show queen told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday evening (June 15th), demonstrating serious enthusiasm for the possibilty of Clinton becoming the first female president in US history. “It’s about time that we make that decision.”
“Regardless of your politics, it’s a seminal moment for women,” she added. “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.”
Continue reading: Oprah Endorses Hillary Clinton For President
Another presidential candidate is a big Adele fan.
Adele has already slammed one American presidential candidate, Donald Trump, for his unauthorised use of her songs in his various campaigns, but how would she feel knowing that his rival, democrat Hillary Clinton is also a huge fan of the 'Hello' hitmaker at the moment?
Adele has a new fan in Hillary Clinton
Clinton, who is running alongside Bernie Sanders in the Democratic Party, opened up about her current music tastes during a radio interview on SiriusXM. Predictably, Adele's name came up when she was asked what sort of tunes she would play if she had her own radio show.
Continue reading: Adele Fan Hillary Clinton Praises Singer's 'Abilities And Personality'
The rumoured couple were seen together at a rally for the Democratic frontrunner in New York on Wednesday, where Perry also performed live.
Bloom was seen outside Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday evening (March 2nd), the same night as his rumoured new beau was performing as part of a star-studded rally held to raise funds for Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
Perry arrived at the gig dressed all in black, but when she got up on stage she was garbed up in a pretty patriotic ensemble – blue and white pants with a red top – and performed tracks like ‘Firework’ and ‘Roar’, according to Variety.
Continue reading: Orlando Bloom Supports Katy Perry At Hillary Clinton Fundraiser
Hillary Rodham Clinton - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally during a campaign event on Super Tuesday at Ice Palace Films Studio - Miami, Florida, United States - Tuesday 1st March 2016
The pop star met the Democratic candidate in Las Vegas, but doesn't seem to want to give Clinton her full backing.
It’s an unlikely pairing, but Britney Spears seemed to enjoy herself when she met Hillary Clinton yesterday during a break from her Las Vegas show. But while she gushed about the meeting on instagram, the singer hasn’t given Clinton her full endorsement yet. After posting the picture, Spears is reported to have had second thoughts and deleted Clinton's official campaign hashtag, #ImWithHer, from her original caption.
Continue reading: Britney Spears Meets Hillary Clinton, But Deletes Endorsement
The President has spoken for the first time about the Oscars diversity debate, describing it as just an expression of a broader issue.
President Barack Obama has joined the #OscarsSoWhite debate which is currently dominating this year’s Academy Awards coverage. With a number of Hollywood stars speaking out on the controversy, the POTUS has said Hollywood could benefit by 'making sure everyone’s story is told'.
Barack Obama has joined the #OscarsSoWhite debate.
Speaking to reporters at the White House, Obama described the outrage as “just an expression of this broader issue”, The Guardian reports. “I think that California is an example of the incredible diversity of this country. That’s a strength,” he said.
The ‘Girls’ creator has also taken over the presidential hopeful's Instagram account.
Lena Dunham has been out on the campaign trail on behalf of Hillary Clinton, rallying support as she pushes for the Democratic candidate nomination. The creator of HBO’s ‘Girls’ spoke to crowds of Clinton’s supporters in Iowa on Saturday, urging more women to get involved in politics.
Continue reading: Lena Dunham Goes Out To Campaign For Hillary Clinton
The former wife of Tom Cruise has shown her support for the presidential hopeful
It’s the start of a New Year and for presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton 2016 will be a big one as she cranks up her campaign to be America’s first female President. At least the American Democratic frontrunner has got the backing of one particularly high profile face from Hollywood: Katie Holmes.
The actress has shown her support for Hillary Clinton's presidential bid
The actress and ex-wife of Tom Cruise met Hillary and Hillary’s daughter Chelsea with her own youngster, six-year-old Suri.
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton , Vice Chair of Clinton Foundation Chelsea Clinton - The Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All at BankUnited Center - CORAL GABLES, Florida, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015
Marc Anthony , Hillary Clinton - Marc Anthony performs at the American Airlines Arena, and is joined on stage by Hillary Clinton at American Airlines Arena - Miami, Florida, United States - Friday 2nd October 2015
Hillary Clinton - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during her campaign stop at the Broward College Hugh Adams Central Campus in Davie, Florida at Broward College Hugh Adams Central Campus - Davie, Florida, United States - Friday 2nd October 2015
Andy Sabin - Andy Sabin posts "Hillary for Prison 2016" signs at his home in Amagansett with an electronic fence around it. at Andy Sabin residence - Amagansett, New York, United States - Tuesday 1st September 2015
Democratic Presidential hopeful former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - Hillary Clinton speaks during the Presidential Candidates Plenary at the National Urban League Conference at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. According to polls Clinton continues to lead the Democratic candidates running for the Democratic nomination. at Broward County Convention Center - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Friday 31st July 2015
Hillary Clinton - The Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All held at the BankUnited Center at BankUnited Center - Coral Gables, Florida, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015
Former U.S. Secretary of State and U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton - The Clinton Global Initiative University - Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All at BankUnited Center - CORAL GABLES, Florida, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015
A documentary about Bill Clinton, directed by Martin Scorsese, has reportedly been shelved following disagreements between Clinton and Scorsese.
A HBO documentary, directed by Martin Scorsese, about former US President Bill Clinton has stalled. Sources close to the project claim there have been disagreements between Scorsese and Clinton over control of content.
Bill Clinton photographed in 2013 at a campaign event for President Obama.
Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signs copies of her newest book 'Hard Choices' while greeting some of her fans at Books and Books in Florida. The book marks her second published memoir, following 2003's best-selling autobiography 'Living History', which focuses solely on her time as US Secretary of State.
During the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative in New York's Time-Life Building, Bill Clinton addressed questions about how the digital era has affected the initiative, with things like crowd funding and 3D printing making huge leaps forward in what can be achieved. He then posed for a selfie.
Hillary Clinton - Hillary Clinton – former Secretary of State – was photographed giving a speech at the 'National Clean Energy Summit 7.0: Partnership and Progress' in Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada. - Friday 5th September, 2014
Huma Abedin Weiner, long-time aide to Hillary Clinton and former Deputy Chief of Staff at the State Department, was spotted supporting Clinton at her book signing at Barnes & Noble in New York.
The former US Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton is warmly applauded as she arrives at Barnes & Nobel in New York for a signing session of her brand new book entitled 'Hard Choices'.
Hillary Clinton and Mayor Michael Nutter - Hillary Clinton signs copies of her new book 'Hard Choices' at the Philadelphia Free Library - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States - Friday 13th June 2014
It's being written, but that could be in vein.
If you’re waiting patiently for the proposed Hillary Clinton Miniseries on NBC, then your virtue is to be tested further, as it might never come to fruition. NBC Entertainment president Robert Greenblatt has confirmed it hasn’t been ordered.
"The Hillary Clinton movie has not been ordered to production, only a script is being written at this time. It is 'in development,' the first stage of any television series or movie, many of which never go to production. Speculation, demands, and declarations pertaining to something that isn’t created or produced yet seem premature," Greenblatt said in a statement, according to Deadline.
If it is made, it’ll "recount Clinton's life as a wife, mother, politician and cabinet member from 1998 to the present," NBC said. The hotly debated show has been contentious ever since it was announced, with many media outlets – including RNC and CNN – threatening to boycott NBC news in 2016 for the debates.
Continue reading: Hillary Clinton Miniseries: “Speculation, Demands, And Declarations”
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