Hillary Clinton Fundraiser Racks in Plethora of Celebrities

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There’s one undeniable fact about U.S. politics: liberals stick together. While there’s massive fracturing in the Republican Party between Trump and his supporters against the GOP elite opposition, Hillary Clinton and her campaign have effectively racked up every liberal Hollywood elite under one roof. And she did so quite literally at a ‘Broadway for Hillary’ concert at the St. James Theatre in New York City Monday night.

Dozens upon dozens of celebrities came out for the event to promote the candidate, with showcases of performances from signing to comedy acts. Ticket options ranged from $45 for balcony seats to a staggering $100,000 for ten premium orchestra seats. The farce spectacle was also streamed live on Clinton’s Facebook and YouTube page.

The Democratic candidate herself was not in attendance, though husband Bill and daughter Chelsea made an appearance to welcome and present the celebrities that would unfalteringly champion for what seemed like their queen almighty, Hillary Clinton.

The list of wealthy mind-warped celebrities promoting the “Stronger Together” message include Julia Roberts, Helen Mirren, Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Emily Blunt, Sienna Miller, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Jessica Parker, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Paulson, Ansel Elgort, Uzo Aduba, Lena Dunham, Billy Crystal, Sara Bareilles, Angela Bassett, Jon Hamm, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Josh Groban.

Basically, it’s a comprehensive list showing your possible favorite actors, singers and performers in supporting favor for a crooked politician to lead the country. Below are pictures from Getty Images of the outlandish fundraising event:




Julia Roberts (Credit: Getty Images)


Helen Mirren (Credit: Getty Images)


Actors from Hamilton (Credit: Getty Images)


Siena Miller and Anne Hathaway (Credit: Getty Images)


Neil Patrick Harris (Credit: Getty Images)

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Victoria Clark (center Photo Credit: Getty Images

Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Paulson, Ansel Orgot. (Getty Images)


Uzo Aduba, Julia Roberts and Lena Dunham (Getty Images)



Credit: Getty Images


Billy Crystal (Credit: Getty Images)

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