Celebrities often act as trump cards to the political situation of any country. Hollywood is no exception. Many Hollywood celebrities are pretty open about their political stand and views. Let’s check who is supporting USA Presidential candidate Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.
Bruce Willis, the Die Hard star is a “die-hard” fan of Donald Trump. Willis has taken criticism for his open support of Trump including during the time of his recent appearance on Jimmy Fallon, wearing a full Donald Trump makeover which included the signature hair and business attire.
Jessica Simpson is a Republican. She has previously endorsed George W Bush for president back in 2004, but was later said to have “snubbed” him by canceling an appearance at a 2006 Republican fundraiser in Washington, DC The singer’s father, Joe Simpson, explained that he and Jessica are “big supporters” of the president who invited them, but they felt it was inappropriate to attend a political fundraiser.
The star of hit franchises Rambo and Rocky, Stallone stands out as a staunch Republican. He likes to put his money where his mouth is with donations and speeches for conservative causes.
At the height of her popularity, Loretta Lynn was subject to much controversy. Songs by Lynn that have been banned include “Rated 'X',” a song about the double standards divorced women face, “Wings Upon Your Horns”, which spoke about the loss of teenage virginity, and “The Pill”, lyrics by T D Bayless, which is about a wife and mother becoming liberated via the birth-control pill. Her song “Dear Uncle Sam,” which was released in 1966 during the Vietnam war, describes a wife’s anguish at the loss of a husband to war. It has also been included in live performances during the Iraq war. In 1971, Lynn was the first solo female country artist to play at the White House for Richard Nixon. She has since then, returned to perform for Carter, Reagan, George H W Bush and George W Bush administrations. Lynn has also gone on record back in 2016 to state that she is supporting Donald Trump in his run for presidency. "Trump has sold me — what more can I say?" Lynn told a Reuters reporter before a Trump rally in Rock Hill, South Carolina. "I just think he's the only one who's going to turn this country around."
Louis Jude “Lou” Ferrigno is an American actor and a fitness trainer. As a bodybuilder, Ferrigno won one IFBB Mr America title and two consecutive IFBB Mr Universe titles, and appeared in the bodybuilding documentary, Pumping Iron. As an actor, he is best known for his title role in the CBS television series, The Incredible Hulk and vocally reprising the role in subsequent animated and computer-generated incarnations. He has also appeared in European-produced fantasy-adventures such as Sinbad of the Seven Seas and Hercules, and as himself in the sitcom The King of Queens and the 2009 comedy I Love You, Man. Ferrigno too, has admitted to support Trump in the presidential race. "I wish Donald the best. He's a fabulous guy. I hope he goes all the way," Ferrigno told TMZ in July. "Donald, all he cares about is our country and keeping our country safe. That's what it comes down to."