Celebs who support Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Updated 9:08 AM ET, Tue August 2, 2016
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Politics is on everyone's minds these days, and Hollywood is no exception. Here's a list of some of the stars who have come out in support of either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton -- including one who wants to clear up her reported endorsement. Nigel Parry for CNN
Several reports initially branded actress Roseanne Barr a Trump supporter, but she now says that is not the case. "I endorse myself. I will be writing my name in until I win, and I've said that 10 million times," Barr, who ran for president in 2012 on a third-party ticket, told Yahoo. Monika Fellner/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey made her choice clear in June. "I'm with her," Winfrey said, going public with her support of Hillary Clinton. Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic/FilmMagic
In April, actress Kirstie Alley tweeted "HELLO BOYS! this is my formal endorsement of @realDonaldTrump & I'm a woman!" Cindy Ord/Getty Images
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt switched his allegiance from Bernie Sanders to Hillary Clinton, writing on his official Facebook page, "I voted for Bernie. And I have some issues with Hillary. But Trump is scary. ‪#‎ImWithHer‬" Darren McCollester/Getty Images/ for Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770
Even though boxer Mike Tyson converted to Islam years ago while in prison, he told the Daily Beast he has no concerns about Trump's comments about Muslims. "Congress just won't do that," said Tyson, who has known Trump since the 1980s. "But that doesn't mean he can't be president, you know what I mean?" In June, Trump tweeted that there was no truth to talk Tyson would speak at the RNC. Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac/Getty Images
Screenwriter and actress Lena Dunham spoke to a crowd at a Hillary Clinton for President event in January in Manchester, New Hampshire. Scott Eisen/Getty Images
Former "Happy Days" star Scott Baio started trending on Twitter in March after he endorsed Trump for president. Lilly Lawrence/Getty Images
"Scandal" star Kerry Washington joined Ellen Pompeo of "Grey's Anatomy" and Viola Davis of "How to Get Away With Murder" -- along with their boss, Shonda Rhimes -- in a video endorsing Clinton. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty
Kid Rock is well known as a conservative musician and told Rolling Stone in February, "I'm digging Trump." Rick Diamond/Getty Images North America/Getty Images,
Musician John Legend performs onstage during the "Hillary Clinton: She's With Us" concert in June at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Kevin Winter/Getty Images
TV personality Tila Tequila is so enthusiastic about her support for Donald Trump that she made a YouTube video explaining why she thinks everyone should vote for him. Ian Gavan/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Lady Gaga has been on board for Hillary Clinton since almost the beginning. In June, the actress/musician celebrated Clinton's rise to presumptive nominee with a shot of herself on Instagram in a patriotic bathing suit, along with the caption, "Nothing can keep a strong woman down. VOTE for the first female US president in history." Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Omarosa Manigault backs Trump, her former boss. She got her start on his former reality show "The Apprentice" and lauds him for his "kind heart." "I know his character and his heart, and I know the vision he has for the country is real, and because I have been with him for 13 years I know what he puts his mind to, he does it with excellence," she told Variety. Bryan Steffy/Getty Images
Amy Schumer and Hillary Clinton attend "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" at New York's Rockefeller Center in September 2015. Schumer used a picture of the two of them from the show to declare on Twitter in March: "#I'mWithHer." Laura Cavanaugh/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Actor Stephen Baldwin came out with his support of Trump in a March interview. Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images North America/Getty Images for FEHSF
Singer Katy Perry rallies supporters of Hillary Clinton outside the Iowa Events Center before the start of the Jefferson-Jackson dinner in October 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. Scott Olson/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Basketball star Dennis Rodman has been tweeting his support of Trump since last year. Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images