Fact: The stars of the musical Hamilton are to give a special fundraising performance of the hit Broadway musical in honour of U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. Tickets for the event on 12 July (16), titled Hamilton: An American Musical with special guest Hillary Rodham Clinton, on 12 July (16) will cost between $2,700 (£2,009) and $100,000 (£74,442). The funds will go to the likely Democratic Party nominee's campaign to win November's (16) presidential election.
Quote: "Thanks for this. Women are so much more than the roles they've been assigned. -H." U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton thanks Jennifer Lopez for featuring a part of her 1995 United Nations speech on women's rights in her new song, Ain't Your Mama. The video for the song shows the singer taking on a variety of different roles, including homemaker, secretary, factory worker, businesswoman and news reporter.
Quote: "He' a pretty big figure in my celebrity crush list. Who doesn't like George Clooney in whatever he does?" Former U.S. First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is a big fan of the Ocean's Eleven hunk, who has become one of her biggest supporters as she fights to become the Democratic candidate for the U.S. presidency ahead of this year's (16) general election.
Fact: Katy Perry made her support for U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton clear for all to see on Wednesday (02Mar16) by donning a T-shirt bearing the slogan, "Hillary Clinton is a bada**". The pop star headlined a fundraising concert for the Democratic Party frontrunner at New York's Radio City Music Hall, where she was supported by her rumoured new boyfriend Orlando Bloom. Rock legend Elton John and singer Andra Day also performed at the rally, where Jamie Foxx and Julianne Moore were among the other celebrity supporters to address the audience.
Quote: "I'm confident that Hillary will make up some ground today, I absolutely am, yeah! I love what she has been doing for the last week. I feel like we are closing and people are beginning to get a real picture of who is the real change-maker." Actor Ted Danson shows he is still backing Democrat hopeful Hillary Clinton as 2016 presidential candidate as voting begins in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday (09Feb16).
Fact: Katy Perry is due to perform for Hillary Clinton supporters on 24 October (15) in Iowa. The singer will rally the troops in Des Moines before the Democratic Presidential hopeful attends the political party's annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner.
Quote: "I would love (my daughter) to have a woman (in the White House), to think, 'If there's a woman president, what is there that I can't do?'. I'm a Democrat. My husband is a Democrat. I'm not one of those who voted for Obama and then said, 'He didn't do me right so now I'm off the Obama ship.' I stand by him to this day. He's implemented health care. It's not perfect, but it's beginning the process." Actress Mila Kunis voices her support for presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to take over from U.S. President Barack Obama in 2016.
Quote: "I've always said how incredibly important (former British Prime Minister) Margaret Thatcher was - although I didn't agree with her politics. She was a role model for a little three-year-old girl (to think) that she could become the prime minister of England. It's so incredibly important. So, go Hillary!" DAME Helen Mirren throws her support behind Hillary Clinton in her bid to become America's first female president.
Quote: "I just heard about it. I'm very excited by the news. I think it's time for a woman." Jennifer Lopez throws her support behind Hillary Clinton after the politician announced plans to run for office in a bid to become the first female U.S. president on Sunday (12Apr15).
Quote: "Hopefully it will be her, yes. I think that she's paid her dues. There are going to be no surprises, and she has earned the right to be president and the head of the country at this point. It's that simple. And she's a woman, which is very important because her take on things may be what we need right now." Veteran actor Robert De Niro has thrown his full support behind former U.S. First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, should she decide to run for President in 2016.
Quote: "I think Hillary Clinton would make a wonderful president. I think we could only benefit from having someone in office who has been a mother; women have a different perspective because of that maternal instinct." Actress and political activist Scarlett Johansson hopes former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton launches another run for the White House in 2016.
Fact: U.S. former First Lady-turned-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has finally embraced the popular online world of 21st century social media - she has opened an account on microblogging site Twitter.com.
Quote: "I didn't have to show her office anything (beforehand) and she answered all of my questions... She was amazing." Julia Roberts on interviewing U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her Extraordinary Moms Tv special, which will air on America's Oprah Winfrey Network on Saturday (07May11).
Fact: The daughter of former U.S. president Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is engaged. Chelsea Clinton is set to marry her longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky next summer (10) after accepting his proposal on Thanksgiving (26Nov09), reports People.com.
Quote: "It just seems natural to me to throw my hat in the ring... I'm a beloved New Yorker who gets the New York constituents probably as good, if not better, than any of the other people being considered (and) I never tried to lose my accent." American TV star Fran Drescher is convinced she's the best candidate to finish New York Senator Hillary Clinton's last two years in office if she becomes the country's next Secretary of State.
Quote: "I would have loved it if Hillary Clinton had pulled it off. I can't stand Sarah Palin. I bet a woman like that has no sense of humour." Singer/actress Grace Jones isn't a fan of Republican vice presidential candidate Palin.
Quote: "You see how far hip-hop has moved into mainstream culture? Before, the type of presidential candidate we have wouldn't even have heard a record like DIRT OFF YOUR SHOULDER." JAY-Z is impressed by U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama's choice of music - after he referenced the rapper's song in a recent debate with former Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Quote: "HILLARY should wear Versace - a dress, not trousers. She doesn't need to wear trousers to show she's strong." Fashion queen Donatella Versace wants to dress U.S. presidential hopeful and former First Lady Hillary Clinton.
Quote: "Ah yes. Hillary Clinton. My groupie, as I call her now." Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards on the U.S. presidential candidate, who also makes a cameo appearance in SHINE A LIGHT, Martin Scorsese's new film about the band.
Quote: "We bonded over the really dorky camps we went to as kids. She went to calculus camp and I went to law camp. At law camp we just watched My Cousin Vinny." Hillary Clinton supporter America Ferrera is friends with the U.S. Democrat presidential candidate's daughter CHELSEA.
Quote: "I think she's struggling with the likeability. I genuinely think she should cry more. That's what happened before. She cried, she won." Music mogul Simon Cowell insists Hillary Clinton would win the U.S. presidential elections if she showed more emotion.
Quote: "I like HILLARY (CLINTON). I think she'd make the best President. I think Barack Obama is a good man. I think he's altruistic. I think he's smart. I think at some point he can be a great leader. I just don't think it's now." Cher announces her support for Hillary Clinton in the race to become the next U.S. President.
Quote: "I wish I could vote. I think Hillary might (win). It'd be f**king awesome if a chick won!" Canadian singer Avril Lavigne would vote for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton if she were an American citizen.
Fact: Leonardo Dicaprio and Steven Spielberg were among the stars in the audience at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood on Thursday night (31Jan08) to watch presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama debate during a live CNN telecast.
Fact: Veteran crooner Tony Bennett will give a "special performance" in support of U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in New Brunswick, New Jersey later this month (12Dec07). Actor/director Ron Howard has also pledged his support for the New York senator and will host a fundraiser for her campaign at his home in Greenwich, Connecticut in December.
Quote: "He's always bringing me things back from trips. He bought me this watch. I had dental surgery and he said it reminded him of teeth." U.S. senator and 2008 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on how husband BILL keeps the romance alive in their relationship.
Quote: "(BARACK) OBAMA, he's a piece of s**t. I told him to suck on my machine gun (and Hillary Clinton, you're a) worthless bitch." Republican rocker Ted Nugent has no time for the leading Democratic presidential candidates.
Fact: U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton is calling on YouTube users to vote for their favourite song to lead her presidential campaign. Among the top five are tracks by the likes of U2, Shania Twain, and K.T. Tunstall.
Quote: "Hillary Clinton as president - that would be great. Then she could show all those people who wouldn't trust a woman with such a job." Pop star Janet Jackson would love to see Clinton make a stand for feminism and lead the US.
Quote: <p>"What she has done transcends her physical beauty and really reminds us that it's what is in the heart, and I really want to commend you for what you've done in such a serious and thoughtful way." Senator Hillary Clinton has high praise for Angelina Jolie at Wednesday's (28SEP05) Global Business Coalition on HIV AIDS gala in Washington DC. </p>