11 Female Celebs Who Support Hillary Clinton For President, Because Many A-Listers Are Already Showing Their Support
It's still fairly early on in the race, so you may very well be undecided on who you want as your next president. Hell, the person you may end up voting for might not even be officially running yet. This is sorta, kinda — OK, definitely a big deal, so take your time thinking about your choice. But, some people are so decisive and don't carry the plague of crippling, stifling self-doubt, so they know who they're voting for right off the bat. Like, for instance, these proactive female celebrities who are supporting Hillary Clinton for president.
There is something to be said for girl power, right? Isn’t that what we sang along with the Spice Girls about all throughout the '90s? While some of these ladies seem like obvious supporters, it’s always good to know for certain where someone stands. And take a stand, they did. These famous faces made sure to make their endorsements known either through a tweet, an Instagram post, or an interview sound bite.
Check out the impressive list below to find out which celebrity women are totally on Team Hillary in the 2016 presidential race.
Dunham supported Clinton with some meme humor.
Wilde told The Daily Beast of Clinton, "I think she learned a lot from the last election, I think she’s done a tremendous amount of work since then. The fact that she feels the plight of women and girls as the most important issue of the 21st century is a huge reason why I’m supporting her."
Wintour told New York, "Of course. Yes," when asked if she supports Hill. Perhaps we can look forward to a Vogue feature in the future.
A surprisingly outspoken move for the pop star. Who knew Grande was so into politics? In addition to Grande, Vanity Fair also points out that Carole King and Uzo Aduba were quick to tweet their approval, as well:
As Bustle previously reported, Strong "basically endorsed" Clinton when hosting the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Way ahead of the game, Perry told Clinton she'd write her campaign song last June.
J. Lo seems to be in Clinton's corner, as well. She told E!, "I'm very excited by the news. I think it's time for a woman president."
Lively told Stylist, "Look at what is happening with Hillary Clinton, it’s something to be very proud of. It’s so uplifting."
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