The Notorious H.R.C. has plenty of friends in high places.
From politicians (President Barack Obama) to actors (George Clooney), singers (Katy Perry) to reality TV stars (RuPaul), Hillary Clinton has plenty of fans making plenty of noise at rallies and on social media.
See who's backing the Democratic presidential nominee.
Madonna showed her support for Hillary Clinton by hosting her own surprise rally in Washington Square Park on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016. The singer put on a concert the night before Election Day to urge fans to vote.
"Join me with the first president to welcome in our first female president," Madonna wrote on Instagram before the event.(Credit: Getty Images / Ben Stansall )
Beyoncé and Jay Z headlined a concert for Clinton the weekend before the Nov. 8 election. "I want my daughter to grow up seeing a women lead our country and knowing that her possibilities are limitless," Beyoncé said at the concert.
"He cannot be my president," Jay Z said of Republican Donald Trump. "He cannot be our president. Once you divide us, you weaken us. We are stronger together."
Chance the Rapper and Big Sean were also part of the concert.
Queen Bey had also shown her support for Clinton at a New York City fundraiser in May 2015.
Clinton tweeted a photo of Beyoncé at the event and captioned it, "Say you'll Bey on Team #Hillary2016, too."(Credit: Getty Images / Justin Sullivan)
"West Wing" stars Richard Schiff, left, Bradley Whitford, Dulé Hill, not pictured, Allison Janney, right, Joshua Malina and Mary McCormack campaigned for Hillary Clinton in Ohio in September. (Credit: Getty Images / Craig Barritt; Michael Loccisano; Jonathan Leibson)
Producer Lee Daniels and stars of "Empire," including Taraji P. Henson, Bryshere Gray, Trai Byers, Jussie Smollett, Tasha Smith, Gabourey Sidibe and Grace Byers, appeared in a video denouncing Donald Trump and pledging to vote for Clinton in early October.
"The violence and nasty rhetoric against mankind is unacceptable," they say. "If Trump gets into office, it will only get worse."
"There's only one person in this race who said Black Lives Matter," they add, referring to Clinton.(Credit: Getty Images / Frederick M. Brown; Astrid Stawiarz )
Actress Sigourney Weaver showed her public support for Hillary Clinton in giving a speech during the Democratic National Convention on July 27, 2016. Weaver focused largely on climate change, saying that:
"Hillary Clinton gets it. She cares. She's committed. She understands that taking a stand against climate change is not about politics. It's about our moral obligation to one another, to our children, and to the generations that will one day inherit this earth."
(Credit: Getty Images / Alex Wong/)
Star Jones spoke during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on July 27, 2016, to show that she is, indeed, With Her. "We are all with her, because she has always been with us!" (Credit: EPA / Shawn Thew)
Actress Jaime King has repeatedly shown support for Clinton. King spoke at a rally for Clinton back in June, and she also partook in an a cappella version of "Fight Song" in support of Clinton. (Credit: Jaime King via Twitter)
"So yesterday I met Hillary Clinton for the first time in Austin, TX," Connie Britton posted on Instagram in May. "I went there to meet her. Because this election is important. I believe in being informed. And what we've seen far too much already, and it's only going to get worse, is an election roiled by fear, hearsay, projection and illusion.
"I heard Hillary speak yesterday and was absolutely blown away by her passion, intelligence, depth of experience and profound competence. And then I got to sit down and talk with her, and felt her humanity as a mother and working woman, and, most importantly, a woman who is genuinely dedicated to the ideals and values of the people of this country.
"Please. Let's focus. And get back to those ideals. Because we are all so fortunate to live in the United States and with that comes a responsibility. Take this election seriously. Get the facts. And remember the greatness of this country. We are a country of intelligence and compassion, not fear and bullying. This is a crucial time for us to reclaim that for ourselves.
"Also Hillary gave me this 'Hillary y'all' button. Whaaat?? She gets me. #ImWithHer @hillaryclinton"(Credit: Connie Britton via Instagram)
In her DNC opening remarks on July 26, 2016, Elizabeth Banks spoke about hearing Hillary Clinton speak at a rally for Bill Clinton in 1992.
"Hillary Clinton rocked my world," she said. "A smart, committed, successful woman. And not for her own benefit, but a fighter for women and children, cops and first-responders, health care and girls around the world."(Credit: Getty Images / Aaron P. Bernstein)
Actress Meryl Streep endorsed Clinton at the Democratic National Convention on July 26, 2016. In her speech, she asked the crowd, "What does it take to be the first female anything?"
"It takes grit, and it takes grace," she said, and she listed a number of women who have been the first in their fields.
"These women share something in common: capacity of mind, fullness of heart and a burning passion for their cause," she said. "They have forged new paths so that others can follow them, men and women, generation on generation. That's Hillary."(Credit: Getty Images / Saul Loeb)
Demi Lovato spoke out in support of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention on Monday, July 25, 2016, saying the nation needs a candidate who will improve the availability of medical treatment for those suffering from mental illness.
"I stand here today as proof that you can live a normal and empowered life with mental illness ... I'm proud to support a presidential candidate who will fight to ensure all people living with mental health conditions can get the care they need to lead fulfilling lives," Lovato said. "That candidate is Hillary Clinton."(Credit: Getty Images )
Sarah Silverman has changed her political allegiance. The former Bernie Sanders supporter told the crowd on the first night of the Democratic National Convention on Monday, July 25, 2016, that she now plans to vote for Hillary Clinton. The comedian also had some words for the "Bernie or Bust" movement: "You're being ridiculous." (Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Saul Loeb)
Lady Gaga shared a photo of herself in an American flag swim suit on Instagram with the caption, "#HILLARY2016 Nothing can keep a strong woman down. VOTE for the first female U.S. president in history. Shake it up America, this country needs a little rock n' roll." She has shown support for Clinton in the past, showing off her "Yaaas, Hillary!" T-shirt in a photo with the former Secretary of State in 2015. (Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison)
President Barack Obama endorsed Clinton in a YouTube video posted on June 9, 2016. "Look, I know how hard this job can be -- that's why I know Hillary will be so good at it," he said. "In fact, I don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. She's got the courage, the compassion and the heart to get the job done." (Credit: EPA / Ron Sachs / Pool)
Elizabeth Warren endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" on June 9, 2016. "I am ready to get in this fight and work my heart out for Hillary Clinton to become the next president of the United States and to make sure that Donald Trump never gets any place close to the White House," the Massachusetts senator said. (Credit: Getty Images / Chip Somodevilla)
The "Orange is the New Black" actress proclaimed her choice with a to-the-point tweet on April 12, 2015: "Hillary." (Credit: Getty Images/ Frazer Harrison)
The "2 Broke Girls" star has repeatedly taken to Twitter to support Hillary and her positions. On April 19, the day of the New York state primary, Behrs tweeted, "#ImWithHer NYC but no matter WHO YOU ARE WITH - GO VOTE!!" (Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison)
RuPaul was an early Hillary supporter, with his catchphrase, "You betta work" -- attached to "@HillaryClinton" -- tweeted from @RuPaul'sDragRace on April 12, 2015. (Credit: Mathu Andersen)
America Ferrera stumped for Clinton when she ran for president back in 2008.
"I believed in her then, I believe in her now," Ferrera tweeted in April 2015.
Speaking about immigrants in her DNC speech on July 26, 2016, Ferrera said "Hillary has spent the last 30 years proving what she sees in us. Not our color, gender, or economic status, but our capacity to grow into thriving adults able to contribute great things to this country."(Credit: Getty Images / Angela Weiss)
Comedian Amy Schumer showed her love for Hillary Clinton on April 19, 2016 when she posted a photo of herself in a Clinton T-shirt. "Said go New York go New York go! #imwithher," she wrote on Twitter. (Credit: Amy Schumer via Twitter)
"I just voted for @HillaryClinton #ImWithHer - vote today!" actress Julianne Moore wrote on Twitter on April 19, 2016 after voting in the New York primary. (Credit: Julianne Moore via Twitter)
Lena Dunham has long been a vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton and stumped for Clinton in New Hampshire in January 2016. The presidential contender also did an interview with Dunham for the "Girls" creator's newsletter, "Lenny Letter."
In her DNC speech on July 26, 2016, she praised Clinton for fighting for everyone's rights. "Hillary knows that access and opportunity are the American promise - not transphobia, Islamophobia, xenophobia, and systemic racism," she said.(Credit: Lena Dunham via Instagram)
Kerry Washington Instagrammed a photo with Hillary Clinton on Feb. 23, 2016, after the Democratic presidential contender visited the set of "Scandal." She wrote, "#imwithher." (Credit: Instagram / Kerry Washington)
Actor George Clooney and his wife, attorney Amal Clooney, hosted a fundraiser at their home in Los Angeles for Hillary Clinton on April 16 and participate in another fundraiser for her in San Francisco the day before.
Tickets for the fundraiser they will host are $33,400, and the money will be donated to the Hillary Victory Fund.(Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter)
Ja Rule said on Fox Business Network in May 2015 that he'd vote for Hillary Clinton.
"I like Hillary, but you know, it's crazy because I also think Jeb is a good candidate as well," he said.
He continued, "I'm a Democrat, so I would vote Hillary." (Credit: Getty Images / Lisa Maree Williams)
Actor Robert De Niro told The Daily Beast in April 2015 that Hillary Clinton has "earned the right to be president."
"Hopefully it will be her, yes," he said. "I think that she's paid her dues. There are going to be no surprises, and she has earned the right to be president and the head of the country at this point. It's that simple. And she's a woman, which is very important because her take on things may be what we need right now."(Credit: Getty Images / Jason Merritt)
Former soccer star Abby Wambach joined Lena Dunham to stump for Hillary Clinton in January 2016.
She posted the above picture on Instagram, writing, "Love this morning!! #imwithher @lenadunham and I campaigning for our next president @hillaryclinton I will miss you Lena!!"(Credit: Abby Wambach via Instagram)
Kim Kardashian got a selfie with Hillary Clinton at a fundraiser for the Democratic candidate back in August 2015.
"I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country!" #HillaryForPresident," Kardashian tweeted.(Credit: Twitter / @KimKardashian)
Abbi Jacobson is totally team Hillary.
"HERE WE GO @HillaryClinton," she tweeted in April 2015 alongside a photo of herself donning a Clinton mask.(Credit: Abbi Jacobson via Twitter)
Katy Perry rallied supporters of Hillary Clinton at a rally in Des Moines, Iowa, on Oct. 24.
"So much change can happen," she said. "Let's go Hillary!"(Credit: Getty Images / Scott Olson)
The former Los Angeles Lakers point guard tweeted in April 2015 that Hillary Clinton "will be a great president for the American people and she will make sure that everyone has a voice!" (Credit: Getty Images / Streeter Lecka)
Pharrell told Ellen DeGeneres in October 2015 that he supports Hillary Clinton for president.
"It's time for a woman to be in there," he said of the position.(Credit: Getty Images / Mark Sagliocco)
Salma Hayek joined "Latinos For Hillary" in October 2015.
"I have a lot of hope for Hillary," she said. "Hillary is tough."(Credit: Latinos For Hillary via Twitter)