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Spotted: Celebrities turn out for the DNC

Updated 12:03 PM ET, Fri September 7, 2012
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Musican Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performs for a soundcheck at Time Warner Center on September 6, 2012. Foo Fighters performed after Beau Biden, Delaware's attorney general, nominated his father, Vice President Joe Biden, for vice president. Getty Images
Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas waves after leading the Pledge of Allegiance during the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Wednesday. Getty Images
Actor and musician Jeff Bridges performs for the convention crowd. Bridges, an Obama supporter, also attended and performed in Tampa, Florida, last week during the Republican National Convention seeking support for his fight against child hunger. Adam Rose/CNN
Black Eyed Peas performer will.i.am attends the convention on Tuesday. Getty Images
"American Idol" runner-up Jessica Sanchez performed "All I Need To Get By" with the God's Appointed People Choir at the DNC on Wednesday. Getty Images
Kal Penn, actor and former associate director in the White House Office of Public Engagement, on Tuesday took a shot at Clint Eastwood's "invisible chair" improv -- from the Republican National Convention last week -- during his address to the DNC. Getty Images
In a picture tweeted out by CNN's Piers Morgan (@PiersMorgan), Eva Longoria, co-chair of Obama's re-election campaign, sat down with Morgan. Piers Morgan Twitter/CNN
Singer/songwriter James Taylor performed several of his hit songs, including "Carolina in my Mind," and "How Sweet it is" Thursday. Getty Images
Singer, songwriter, producer and actress Mary J. Blige performed Thursday, singing a a rendition of U2's "One" and lit up the Twitter-sphere when she quoted her song, "Family Affair," "Let's get it crunk for President Obama for four more years." Getty Images
Actor John Leguizamo, center, and Wayne Knight attend the convention on Tuesday. Getty Images