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1 February 2016, 15:04
Washington + Hollywood = WTF?
Over the years, we've seen some truly WTF pairings between politicians and our faves of the day. Last week, when it was announced that Red Hot Chilli Peppers would be playing at a Bernie Sanders campaign gig, we were reminded of some of this weirdness once again.
Because, to be fair, the forever shirtless, sort-of-hippies-but-not-really members of RHCP are actually a perfect fit for Sanders' liberal darling campaign. But they're only the latest in a longstanding partnership between DC and Hollywood, some moments of which might surprise you.
Ok so, I think I'm ready to admit that I'm going to vote for Donald Trump.— azealiabanks (@AZEALIABANKS) February 1, 2016
Banks just announced her political affiliation on Twitter and we do not know what to do with this information. She justified her choice by proclaiming that Trump is "the only one who truly has the balls to bust up big business" and "I only trust this country to be full of s**t, so we may as well put a piece of s**t in the White House."
Iron-clad logic. The rapper actually did quite a good job of defending her point on Twitter, although we're still not sure we'd vote for Trump in any universe.
The connection here is a bit tenuous, but in 2012, when the Republican senator was trying to get the nomination, Snoop posted a photo of him on his Facebook page with the caption "Smoke weed every day." We're taking that as an endorsement, and an unexpected one at that. We always thought Snoop would swing Democrat.
We're not so much surprised at this one, more like impressed at the dedication the First Family has to Barack and Michelle. Truly heartwarming.
This one makes so much sense when you think about it. Also, that ad was top notch and now reads like some fine satire.
Behind Chuck Norris' beard, there's just another first.Mike Huckabee (seriously, we wish we were joking.)
According to Fortune, the list includes everyone from Kimye to Lena Dunham to Katy Perry to Robert Dinero and basically all of white Hollywood.
Artists for Bernie (sounds made up, but isn't) also includes Danny DeVito and that one guy from Entourage, but it still looks like Sanders might be a bit behind in the celeb endorsement game.
She's from The Hills, guys. In case you needed to know.