Meg Ryan and Jada Pinkett Smith have become the latest celebrities to voice their opinions on U.S. vice presidential hopeful Sarah Palin.
A raft of stars including Matt Damon, Lindsay Lohan, Pink and Pamela Anderson have all joined in the debate surrounding Republican nominee John MCCain's choice of running mate.
Damon insisted the Alaska governor was only chosen for "political purposes", while Lohan slammed Palin's lack of experience and her policies on gay rights.
And now Ryan has spoken out about the politician, insisting she should be respected for her current family situation - but she won't be getting the actress' vote.
She tells the New York Daily News, "I guess we have to root for her in that her son just went off to Iraq, that's gotta be really, really tough. (But) she doesn't represent my politics at all."
And Ryan's The Women co-star Pinkett Smith has also denounced Palin, saying: "It's nice to see women in America are being extremely vocal about politics this year. But her being a woman hasn't made me sway to that side. Not one bit."
MCCain and Palin go head-to-head with Democrat Barack Obama and his running mate Joe Biden in the upcoming November (08) election.