As the presidential race kicks into full gear, celebrities are backing their favorite candidates, with many of them getting out on the campaign trail. By far, Team Hillary and Team Bernie have the largest number of celebs who have come out in support of their presidential runs. But there are notable supporters on the Republican side as well, including Country music legend Loretta Lynn for Donald Trump and former NBA star Charles Barkely touting John Kasich.
Check out who your favorite celebs are rooting for...
Singer Katy Perry took to the stage with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a campaign rally with former President Bill Clinton, in Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 24, 2015.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman tweeted his support and praised Donald Trump: "@realDonaldTrump has been a great friend for many years. We don't need another politician, we need a businessman like Mr. Trump! Trump 2016."
Reality TV's "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson (L) holds his bible as he stands on stage with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz for an endorsement during a campaign rally in Charleston, South Carolina, Feb. 19, 2016.
Tim Allen dissed Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton speaking to Fox News in 2015. He supports John Kasich and said, ""I went to see him at an L.A. town meeting, which is usually a very liberal forum ... He talked about poor people -- the underprivileged and the working poor. It was very un-Republican. He's a Republican that a Democrat could vote for."
Actress Susan Sarandon is very politically active and has has taken to the campaign trail on behalf of Bernie Sanders. She's stumped for him in Iowa, Nevada and Maine.
Actor/singer Donnie Wahlberg, who stars in CBS' "Blue Bloods," speaks on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio during a rally at the Texas Station Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas, Feb. 21, 2016.
Actor James Woods, best known for "White House Down" and "Once Upon a Time in America," made his stance known tweeting, "@SenTedCruz and I just spoke for 40 minutes by phone about our love of this country. This man is the real deal. I'm all in! #TedCruz #tcot"
Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (L) helped Ohio Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich (C) campaign at a rally in Columbus, Ohio, March 6, 2016.
Schwarzenegger, known for his super popular "Terminator" films, gave Kasich a jacket with "Made Especially for John Kasich Governator II" stitched on the inside.
On ESPN's "Mike & Mike Show" former NBA star Charles Barkley said of Republican John Kasich, "He's the only person that I'm really paying attention to right now, to be honest with you." Though Barkley admitted to usually voting Republican he said, "there's not a Democrat in the race that I like."
Television personality Montel Williams wrote in a "USA Today" op-ed piece, "I left the Republican Party in the early 1990s to become independent, but I'm now excited about the GOP for the first time since then -- and it's because Ohio Gov. John Kasich is running for president."
Model Emily Ratajkowski actively campaigned for Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, introducing the candidate during an event at the University of New Hampshire.
Referencing Gloria Steinem's controversial comments on why young women support Sanders, the 24-year-old said, "I'm here because I support Bernie Sanders... I'm not here for the boys."
Politically active filmmaker Spike Lee officially endorsed Bernie Sanders Feb. 23, 2016 with a radio ad airing in South Carolina ahead of the Democratic primary.
In the ad, Lee states, "Bernie takes no money from corporations. Nada. Which means he is not on the take, and when Bernie gets in the White House he will do the right thing."
Comedian/actress Sarah Silverman introduced Bernie Sanders at a large rally in Los Angeles in Aug. 2015 and headlined a fundraiser for the candidate at Hollywood's Laugh Factory in Jan. 2016.
Singer/songwriter Neil Young was pretty upset with Donald Trump for using his "Rockin' in the Free World" anthem without permission when he announced his candidacy. Young made it clear in a statement about the unauthorized use that he supported Bernie Sanders. To drive the point home, Young lets Sanders use that very same song on the campaign trail.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Alex Ebert, lead singer and songwriter of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros helped create a campaign song which can be heard in Bernie Sanders' video "Feel the Bern."
Simon & Garfunkel
Add Paul Simon (R) and Art Garfunkel (L) to the Bernie Sanders musical bandwagon, emphasizing the candidates' roots in the 60s protest era. The duo appeared in a Sanders TV spot, which featured their song "America."
Mia Farrow tweeted, "Bernie Sanders is pretty great. He doesn't pander, is consistent and clear on important issues."
Graham Nash & David Crosby
Musicians Graham Nash (L) and David Crosby, who were famously involved in the 1960s protest movement, support Bernie Sanders and signed their names to an endorsement letter along with fellow bandmate Neil Young.
Entertainer and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte has endorsed Bernie Sanders for president, making the announcement in a video released on "YouTube" by the campaign.
Belafonte said, "I think he represents opportunity, I think he represents a moral imperative, I think he represents a certain kind of truth that's not often evidenced in the course of politics."
Actor Danny DeVito has expressed his support for Bernie Sanders by tweeting, "Bernie Sanders ... you're our only hope Obi-Wan Kenobi."
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Dave Matthews, who is also a Farm Aid board member, supported Barack Obama in the past.
Matthews told Rolling Stone, "When I hear someone like Bernie Sanders talking, I think there's a hope."
While Will Ferrell may have played George W. Bush on "Saturday Night Live," he leans Democratic politically.
He was, until very recently, on Bernie Sanders' celebrity endorsements list on the campaign website. However, on Feb. 20, 2016, Hillary Clinton tweeted a video of Ferrell encouraging people to vote with the message, "Will Ferrell has a message for you, Nevada: Caucus for Hillary today at 11 AM. Your location: hillaryclinton.com/nevada."
Actor Justin Long does a Snapchat recording with MaryAlice Parks of ABC at the Iowa campaign headquarters for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 28, 2016.
Long's name is on the Artists and Cultural Leaders for Bernie Sanders page of the Sanders campaign website.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Red Hot Chili Peppers has lent their musical firepower to the Bernie Sanders campaign by headlining a Los Angeles concert fundraiser. All four members of the group signed an endorsement letter which was posted to the campaign's website.
Actor Jeremy Piven posted a Bernie Sanders video on his Facebook page with the comment, "Straight talk you guys, we need it."
"I think Sanders has a message" actor Mark Ruffalo told The Daily Beast. "He's the one. And he's been there, man."
Ruffalo praised Sanders as a vocal critic of Wall Street.
Musician Lee Greenwood shows his support by singing before a campaign rally for Republican Marco Rubio in Franklin, Tennessee, Feb. 21, 2016.
Rick Harrison of the PBS television show "Pawn Stars" speaks on behalf of Marco Rubio during a rally at the Texas Station Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas, Feb. 21, 2016.
Country music legend Loretta Lynn said she is sold on Trump, but that Ted Cruz was her second choice.
Though actor Lou Ferrigno of Hulk fame was fired by The Donald from "Celebrity Apprentice" he bears no ill will. Ferrigno believes Trump can keep America safe and told TMZ in July 2015 "I wish Donald the best. He's a fabulous guy. I hope he goes all the way."
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hugs former New York Yankees MLB baseball star Paul O'Neill (R) at a press conference after primary results at his Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, March 8, 2016.
Trump pointed out O'Neill, who works as a broadcaster for Trump's YES Network, in the audience and asked if the former Yankee would endorse him. O'Neill responded, "I'm here."
In what can only be described as an epic political Twitter rant (read: series of tweets), Rapper Azealia Banks emphatically stated she would be voting for The Donald to "Put a piece of (expletive) in the White House." She added, "In conclusion, I think Donald trump is evil like America is evil and in order for America to keep up with itself it needs him."
Dressed in patriotic red, white and blue, television personality Willie Robertson from the show "Duck Dynasty" showed his support by introducing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel's 16th annual Outdoor Sportsman Awards at The Venetian in Las Vegas, January 2016.
Kirstie Alley claims not to have picked a candidate yet, but has repeatedly praised Trump.
Alley had a bone to pick with Scott Pelley's interview with Donald Trump on "60 Minutes" accusing of the reporter of aggressive questioning. She made known her feelings in a round of tweets.
Speaking about Donald Trump, former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson told HuffPost Live's Alex Miranda, "He should be president of the United States."
Tyson elaborated by adding "Let's try something new. Let's run America like a business, where no colors matter. Whoever can do the job, gets the job."
Charlie Sheen first dissed Donald Trump and his run for office, tweeting very pointed words including, "You're a shame pile of idiocy" in July 2015. That soon followed in Aug. with a new tweet, "... If Trump will hv me I'd be his VP in a heartbeat! #TrumpSheet16."
Yet another actor, Stephen Baldwin, who was fired by Donald Trump on "Celebrity Apprentice" supports the candidate.
Baldwin told "CNN Tonight" host Don Lemon in July 2015, ""I think he's fantastic. I love him. I think he'd make a great president."
Earlier in the campaign he was leaning in another direction and told The New York Times Magazine, "I'm very interested in the things that Ben Carson has to say."
Musician and gun rights advocate Ted Nugent wrote, "Know it, Donald Trump is the hell raiser America has needed for a very longtime." The rocker concluded, "He & Ted Cruz may be the only hope to end the criminal jihad on America by our own corrupt punk ass government, media & bigBiz goons."
Referring to Donald Trump, Gary Busey told FOX411, "He's a great guy. He's sharp. He's fast. He can change the country after the last eight years."
The politically conservative "Mr. Las Vegas" Wayne Newton told Fox News that Trump tells it like it is.
Salma Hayek not only supports Clinton, but she helped launch the "Latinos for Hillary" campaign.
Former NBC star Magic Johnson supported Clinton's first run for president and is stepping up once again tweeting, "I feel @HillaryClinton will be a great President for the American people and she will make sure that everyone has a voice!"
Singer Demi Lovato joined Clinton at a campaign event in Iowa City, Jan. 21, 2016, where she sang her hit single, "Confident." The 23-year-old pop star also performed at the candidate's birthday bash.
Jennifer Lopez told E! at the MTV Movie Awards, "I'm very excited by the news," a few hours after Clinton declared her candidacy.
Actress and screenwriter Lena Dunham of "Girls" fame has actively campaigned for Hillary Clinton in Iowa. Here, she attended a campaign event at Eight Seven Central screen printers in Des Moines, Jan. 9, 2016.
At one stop, Dunham told those gathered, "I find her conviction very moving and her tenacity astounding."
John Legend sang at Hillary Clinton's 68th birthday bash, with a star-studded guest list in attendance, that doubled as a fundraiser, Oct. 26, 2015.
America Ferrera & Eva Longoria
The former "Ugly Betty" star America Ferrera (2nd from right) teamed up with fellow Latina Eva Longoria (L) of "Desperate Housewives" and "Telenovela" fame the night before the Nevada caucus to drum up support for Clinton at the Clark County Government Center in Las Vegas, Feb. 19, 2016. Here, they can be seen posing on stage with Chelsea, Hillary and Bill Clinton.
Ferrera joked in Nevada at one Clinton campaign rally, "I have a strong feeling Hillary and I could be BFFs if you'd just give me a chance." Out campaigning, Ferrera has said, "What we don't need in this country is a revolution. We need an evolution."
Beyoncé appeared at a Clinton fundraiser.
Oscar winner Morgan Freeman told CNN's Don Lemon that he was supporting Clinton. The actor, with the much recognized voice, narrated a recent Clinton campaign ad, titled "All the good," about the early part of the candidate's career right after law school.
Among the 17 celebrity women who came out in support of Clinton in the #ImWithHer campaign video is Executive Producer Shonda Rhimes.
Rhimes states in the video, "I'm with her because I want to maintain my freedoms," Rhimes says. "I'm with her because I want my daughters to grow up safe. And I'm with her because every child in this country deserves an equal shot at the American Dream."
Olivia Wilde told "The Daily Beast" that Clinton's position on healthcare reform and women's rights won her support.
Rapper Snoop Dogg briefly flirted with the Republican side of the fence in 2012 endorsing Texas Republican Ron Paul because of his views on marijuana, before coming around to President Barack Obama's side.
Now Snoop is supporting Clinton and told Bravo TV, "I'll say that I would love to see a woman in office because I feel like we're at that stage in life to where we need a perspective other then the male's train of thought."
Actor Richard Gere donated $2,700 to Clinton's campaign, "The Hill" reported.
"Orange is the New Black" cast members Uzo Aduba (seen here) and Dascha Polanco appeared in a Clinton campaign ad explaining why they were going to vote for the candidate.
Aduba states, "This is someone who I feel goes home and thinks about us."
Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen
Actor Ted Danson and his wife, actress Mary Steenburgen, attend a "Get Out the Vote" campaign rally for Hillary Clinton in Hudson, New Hampshire, Feb. 8, 2016.
Danson, who stars on "CSI: Cyber," for CBS, and Steenburgen have been friends with the Clintons for a number of years. Bill Clinton even walked Steenburgen down the aisle when the couple tied the knot in 1995. The two campaigned for Hillary Clinton in her first shot at the Democratic nomination.
"Scandal" star Kerry Washington supported President Barack Obama's re-election campaign and even spoke at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Washington told "Entertainment Tonight," in commenting on Hillary Clinton's campaign announcement, "I'm very thrilled. I'm excited for her, and I'm sure I'll be hitting the stump trial."
Former U.S. Women's National Soccer Team captain Abby Wambach is seen here waiting to be introduced to a crowd at a Hillary Clinton campaign office on Jan. 9, 2016 in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Wambach highlighted Clinton's commitment to standing up for women and girls.
Model Kendall Jenner showed her support for Clinton by posting a photo of herself wearing a Clinton t-shirt with the tweet, "Shirt by @themarcjacobs. History by @hillaryclinton. hrc.io/MadeForHistory #MadeForHistory #ImWithHer."
Kat Dennings of "2 Broke Girls" on CBS voiced her political preference by simply tweeting "Hillary" followed by an emoji of an American flag and a heart after Clinton's announcement she was running for president.
Jamie Lee Curtis
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis took to the campaign trail in Iowa for Clinton. According to "The Des Moines Register" she told an audience in Waukee, Iowa "Hillary Cinton is the merit-based candidate in this election," adding "experience will trump everything."
Actress and comedienne Amy Poehler simply tweeted, "Yay!!" about Clinton's campaign.
Her fellow "Parks and Recreation" star Retta is Team Hillary too.
The "Saturday Night Live" Hillary Clinton portrayer, Kate McKinnon, is a real life fan of the presidential aspirant.
American R&B singer Ne-Yo told "The Hill" Clinton is a favorite of his and he's, "Looking forward to seeing what happens to her when she gets into a position of power, so to speak."
Songwriter Carole King actively urged voters in New Hampshire to turn out to vote for Clinton.
Though King went to high school in Brooklyn with Bernie Sanders, she's a Clinton fan. King told seacoastline.com, "Why I'm still out there, strongly supporting Hillary, is I want to make sure the right person gets the job and I think that she is the best person ... the most qualified."
Jesse Eisenberg is one of many celebrities who have contributed financially to the Clinton campaign, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
"Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi called Clinton "our next president." She tweeted a Rosie the Riveter image with Clinton's face superimposed and the words "Oh yes, it will finally happen. #Hillary 2016."
It's not a secret there's no love loss between actress Rosie O'Donnell and The Donald. O'Donnell showed her support for Clinton by appearing in the #ImWithHer campaign video.
Jon Bon Jovi
Though the Jersey connection did seem to play a role in Jon Bon Jovi letting Republican Gov. Chris Christie use his music at a campaign launch event, the singer lent his star power to a Clinton fundraiser hosted by him and his wife, Dorothea.
Singer Ariana Grande responded to Clinton's run for office with "yaaas @hillaryclinton" on Twitter.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson of "Modern Family" has been super active on Twitter in support of Clinton including this tweet, "I have an announcement: I'm not running for president. Yay #Hillary 2016 !"
"The Jane The Virgin" star Gina Rodriguez took part in the #ImWithHer video explaining she supported Clinton "because she is fighting for immigration reform and fighting to keep our families together."