Madonna endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark in December 2003 and announced plans to host a fund-raising concert for his campaign at her Los Angeles home.
Ben & Jen
Former couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez turned out for a Wesley Clark fundraiser in November 2003, although neither has given an endorsement to any candidate. Federal records show Affleck also contributed $1,000 to Dennis Kucinich.
Ted & Mary
Acting couple Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen are supporting Wesley Clark. Steenburgen's mother once worked with the former general's mom at a Little Rock bank, where they were friends. Danson says he believes Clark is the candidate the Bush administration most fears.
Democratic presidential hopeful Wesley Clark, right, embraces filmmaker Michael Moore during a campaign rally at Pembroke Academy in Pembroke, N.H., Jan. 17, 2004. "I have decided to cast my vote in the primary for Wesley Clark," Moore writes on his Web site. "That's right, a peacenik is voting for a general. What a country!"
Musician Joan Jett rocks to "The Light of Day" at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge, Iowa, at a rally on behalf of Howard Dean, Jan. 17, 2004. Jett and comedian Janeane Garofalo were making a three-day tour of Iowa college campuses for the Democratic presidential hopeful.
Actor Martin Sheen, who plays President Josiah Bartlet in television's "The West Wing," campaigns for Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Jan 13, 2004. Sheen, who appeared at the event with director Rob Reiner, has publicly backed Dean for about a year, citing his consistent opposition to the war in Iraq.
Actress Scarlett Johansson, right, wearing a pin endorsing Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean, and actor Chris Evans arrive at the premiere of "The Perfect Score," Jan. 27, 2004, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.
Entertainer Whoopi Goldberg speaks at a fundraiser for presidential hopeful Howard Dean at the Avalon nightclub in New York, Sept. 20, 2003.
Willie & Bonnie
Democratic presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich, center, is joined by musicians Willie Nelson, left, and Bonnie Raitt before a campaign fund-raising concert in Austin, Texas, Jan. 3, 2004. Along with Nelson's and Raitt's endorsements, the event also included performances by Doobie Brothers Pat Simmons and Michael McDonald.
Actress Linda Blair supports Dennis Kucinich, a fellow vegan.
Jay-Z & Diddy
Democratic presidential hopeful Rev. Al Sharpton is flanked by rappers Jay-Z, left, and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Oct. 14, 2003, during Sharpton's 49th birthday party in New York. Both entertainers are supporting Sharpton's campaign.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts greets singer/songwriter Carole King after introducing her to the stage at the Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 13, 2004. King spoke on behalf of Kerry and then performed for the audience.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has donated money to Sen. John Kerry's campaign.
Actress Glenn Close applauds Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards during a campaign stop in Keene, N.H., Jan. 25, 2004. Close helped Edwards campaign in the Granite State.
Hootie & The Blowfish
Hootie and the Blowfish lead singer Darius Rucker leaves the John Edwards for President Iowa campaign headquarters, Aug. 21, 2003, in Des Moines, Iowa. Rucker is a supporter of Edwards and stopped by the office to meet campaign workers.
Actor Dennis Hopper, left, his wife, Victoria, and Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., attend an Oct. 29, 2003, fund-raiser in Venice, Calif.
The Oct. 29, 2003, Los Angeles fund-raiser for Sen. John Edwards was hosted by Dennis Hopper and Ashton Kutcher, pictured.
Rock n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry holds a sign in favor of ex-Democratic presidential hopeful Rep. Dick Gephardt at a Gephardt rally in Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 18, 2004.
Singer Michael Bolton warms up the crowd before ex-Democratic presidential hopeful Dick Gephardt, of Missouri, spoke to a packed United Auto Workers 807 union hall, Jan. 17, 2004, in Burlington, Iowa. Gephardt dropped out of the race after a poor finish in Iowa.
One of the Democratic Party's most vocal supporters in Hollywood, Barbra Streisand has made donations to Wesley Clark, Howard Dean, Al Sharpton, and former hopefuls Sen. Dick Gephardt and Sen. Bob Graham, who was the first to drop out of the race.