Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has accumulated some serious star power in his corner since beginning his run for the White House. Click to see which rocks stars, comedians and TV personalities are part of his celebrity entourage.
Donald Trump greets Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, after announcing his endorsement of Romney during a news conference, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
Melissa Joan Hart announced Monday via Twitter that she is backing Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. The Twitterverse then attacked the "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" actress for endorsing the Republican candidates. Click to see if your favorite celeb is endorsing Romney.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has passed his endorsement to Romney's campaign. Although usually guarded about his personal life, he made the announcement on his radio show.
Only one day remains in the 2012 election season. And Romney supporters are revving up thier support. Recently, troubled actress Lindsay Lohan told the press she's voting for Mitt Romney. "I just think employment is really important right now," she said. "So, as of now, Mitt Romney. As of now."
Jimmy Fallon's puppy Gary is barking for Romney. The golden retriever was given the choice between two bowls of food, one for Mitt Romney and one for Barack Obama. The puppy chowed down on Romney's bowl.
Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney sang "God Bless America" with Meat Loaf during a recent campaign rally in Ohio. The video quickly went viral.
Donald Trump, the famous real estate mogul and star of NBC's hit reality show "The Apprentice," endorsed Mitt Romney. "It is my honor, real honor, and privilege to endorse Mitt," Trump said.
"Clueless" actress Stacey Dash defended her endorsement for presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Twitter, despite a backlash of comments. One said, "You're an unemployed black woman endorsing @MittRomney. You're voting against yourself thrice. You poor beautiful idiot." She responded, "My humble opinion... EVERYONE is entitled to one."
Denver Broncos Vice President John Elway endorsed Mitt Romney. “Governor Romney is a proven leader with the experience and background to turn around our struggling economy,” Elway said in a statement.
Along with Lynyrd Skynyrd and Lee Greenwood, country musicians The Oak Ridge Boys performed at the Republican National Convention. The Boys took the stage and showed their patriotism by singing the National Anthem.
TV's Chicago "mayor," Kelsey Grammer, wants to see Romney in the White House next year. "Oh, I think he'd make a terrific president," he told Letterman on the "Tonight" show. "I think he'd be very good at it. He's a clear thinker. He's a kind man, you know, and he makes a lot of sense."
Clint Eastwood endorsed Mitt Romney during a Sun Valley fundraiser on Aug. 3. <a href="http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-clint-eastwood-endorses-mitt-romney-20120803,0,4639264.story"> According to the Los Angeles Times,</a> the Oscar-winning director said he was directing "Mystic River" in Massachusetts in the early 2000s when Romney was running for governor: “I said, 'God, this guy is too handsome to be governor, but he does look like he could be president.’"
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Janine Turner—actress, radio show host and Tea Party activist—stands at the podium during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. “I consider a Romney/Ryan victory to be absolutely pivotal to restoring our republic and preserving our country for our children and future generations,” Turner said in a statement ahead of her speech.
Adult entertainer Jenna Jameson—who stated in the past that Democrats are better for the porn industry than Republicans—wants Mitt Romney for president. "I'm very looking forward to a Republican being back in office," <a href="http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2012/08/02/porn-star-jenna-jameson-endorses-romney-as-candidate-for-rich-in-sf/">she told CBS San Francisco</a>.
Sarah Palin, the GOP candidate for vice-president in 2008, and former Alaska governor, issued a statement on August 11 on her <a href="http://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin/posts/10151109537628588">Facebook</a> page that supported the Romney-Ryan Republican ticket.
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney at a campaign stop at the Whistle Stop Cafe in Mobile, Alabama.
Count Gene Simmons in the Romney camp too. The Kiss co-founder endorsed Mitt Romney in an April interview with Fox News, expressing regret over his backing of President Barack Obama in 2008.
The Donald wasn't the only Trump endorsing Romney. In April, Donald's beautiful wife Melania hosted Ann Romney's 63rd birthday party. Tickets to the event cost $1,000, and the funds went toward the campaign.
Chuck Norris originally got behind Newt Gingrich, but the martial arts master has recently declared his support for Mitt Romney. "Truthfully, I believe that Mitt has the skills and organization to defeat Obama and stop his fundamental transformation of America," Norris wrote in a recent op-ed piece for Townhall.com.
There's no doubt the McCain family supports Mitt Romney. But Meghan wouldn't support just any Republican contender. When asked during an MSNBC interview what she thought about her dad's endorsement of Romney, she replied, "If he had endorsed Santorum, I mean, I would be like slitting my wrists on the table right now."
Mitt Romney accepted the endorsement of Detroit icon Kid Rock at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Michigan. Kid Rock and band performed his anthem "Born Free," which Romney has adopted as his campaign theme song.
Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight threw his support behind the Romney campaign in January 2012. His daughter, Angelina Jolie, said she's "disappointed in" Obama, but for Voight it's Romney's honesty and family values that's won his vote.
In March, Ted Nugent tweeted his support for Romney: "After a long heart & soul conversation with Mitt Romney today I concluded this good man will properly represent we the people & I endorsed him."
It's no surprise former Republican President George H. Bush supports Mitt Romney. In an interview with his hometown Houston Chronicle, Bush called Romney the "best choice" for the GOP nomination.
Trace Adkins supports Mitt Romney "100 percent." The country music superstar's been a Republican since he first registered to vote in 1980.
During a California visit, Mitt Romney won the support of Nancy Reagan. In a statement, the former first lady said she offered her "firm endorsement" of the Romney campaign over lemonade and cookies.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has donated $2,500 to Mitt Romney's campaign.
Scott Baio gave the legal limit to Romney's campaign back in November 2011. The "Happy Days" star tweeted he is both a conservative and Romney supporter.
Oscar-winning actor Robert Duvall added some Hollywood star power to the Romney campaign when he hosted a fundraiser for the presidential hopeful in his rural Virginia home in September.
In December 2011, former teen idol and fellow Mormon Donny Osmond donated the legal limit to Romney's campaign. But it looks like sister Maria won't be endorsing either candidate. In an interview with The Daily Caller, she said, "I don't do politics."
Back in October 2011, conservative author and pundit Ann Coulter said during a Fox News interview that she'd be voting for Mitt Romney.
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"Mitt turned the Olympics around, and he'll turn the country around," says former speed skater and Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen. The duo met while the former governor was overseeing the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.
Vince McMahon may be done wrestling, but that hasn't stopped him from tossing his GOP endorsement in the ring. CNN.com reports the WWE star donated $2,500 to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
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Actor Adam Sandler has reportedly donated to Romney's campaign.