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24 April 2024

Hollywood stars pick their President


Jenna Jameson has voiced support for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. (GETTY/GALLO)

Kid Rock is one of the celebrities who has come out in support of Mitt Romney. (AP)

Eva Longoria has endorsed president Obama for the 2012 elections and as a co-chair of Obama's campaign, will be speaking at the Democratic convention in Charlotte. (GETTY/GALLO)

Actor Vince Vaughn has backed republican nominee Mitt Romney. (GETTY/GALLO)

Obama says Clooney is a good friend and a good person who is sensitive about protecting that friendship. The president tells Entertainment Tonight in an interview that he got to know Clooney through his work on Sudan when Obama was in the US Senate. George Clooney headlined a fundraiser that took in more than a half-million dollars for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign. (GETTY/GALLO)

The Democrats announced that folk icon James Taylor would perform on the final night in Charlotte, before Obama accepts the nomination. In this photo Taylor performs during the tenth anniversary ceremonies of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center site. (GETTY/GALLO)

Clint Eastwood attends the trophy ceremony for the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament in Pebble Beach, California. The "Dirty Harry" star and Oscar-winning director of "Unforgiven" and "Million Dollar Baby" has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. (GETTY/GALLO)

Julia Roberts has endorsed president Obama in the 2012 election. (GETTY/GALLO)

Smith has endorsed president Obama in the 2012 election. (REUTERS)

Oprah Winfrey endorsed President Barack Obama. (GETTY/GALLO)

Actor Russell Crowe as put his support behind Republican Mitt Romney. (GETTY/GALLO)

Hollywood icon Morgan Freeman supported Democratic President Barack Obama's re-election effort with a $1 million donation in June to the unlimited-spending outside Super PAC group helping Obama. (REUTERS)