Fox seems to be treating its MasterChef judges reeeally well. Aside from letting them pretend they were McKinley High students for a day on the set of Glee, Fox invited Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and Graham Elliot to turn it out at the American Idol Meet The Finalists party last night. Naturally, they stomped the red carpet in all their awkward ferocity, and promptly played a round of Who’s Simon/Paula/Randy on Twitter. Future Idol judges, anyone? It can’t possibly be any more ridiculous than the Nikki/ Mariah debacle that is Season 12.
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Wedding Crashers star was an outspoken supporter of Ron Paul's presidential candidacy both in 2008 and 2012. Even though Ron Paul runs as a Republican, it's not necessarily true that being a Paul supporter makes one a "Republican," but we'll count this under a technicality. Vaughn wrote a glowing blurb for Paul's latest book, "End the Fed," in which the actor said: "Everyone must read this book -- Congressmen and college students, Democrats and Republicans -- all Americans." There's also that awesome picture of Ron Paul and his wife looking thoroughly out-of-place while attending the Hollywood premiere of Couples Retreat at Vaughn's invitation.
The perpetually man-boy actor is a registered Republican. He donated $2,100 to
Rudy Giuliani's 2008 failed Republican primary campaign. Not much else is known about his politics, but we eagerly await someone's dissertation exploring the conservative values behind the " Do You Have Any More Gum?" musical number in Billy Madison.
Registered Republican and donated at least $1,000 to each of former Republican Senator
George Voinovich's re-election campaigns. In recent years, Carey has become an outspoken libertarian, donating $2,300 to Ron Paul's 2008 Republican primary campaign, and hosting a series of videos, critical of both Democrats and Republicans, for libertarian Reason magazine's video outlet, Reason TV.
The Hollywood producer of pretty-much-every-blockbuster-movie-where-everything-blows-up was once a big Democratic donor in the 90s, contributing to the election campaigns of
John Kerry, Bill Bradley, and Dianne Feinstein. But something changed under President George W. Bush -- he actively campaigned for Bush's re-election, and went on to donate thousands to John McCain's 2008 presidential bid. Bruckheimer has donated more than $50,000 total to Republican campaigns and committees.
Your grandmother's favorite child actress, and the namesake of the soda-and-grenadine drink we all loved as children, actually ran as a Republican for Congress in 1967. She may have lost, but she eventually went on to diplomatic appointments under presidents
Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and George H.W. Bush. Temple is such a dedicated Republican that she donated to both John McCain AND George W. Bush's Republican primary campaigns in 2000.
You might remember when the
Rizzoli & Isles star and her pro-football player husband Jason Sehorn delivered an address at the 2004 Republican National Convention. Harmon was also a vocal supporter of John McCain's 2008 election campaign, and has stated that she would have supported a bid for the 2012 Republican nomination. Sarah Palin
The prolific playwright and screenwriter, well-known for his liberal use of the word "fuck," came out as a conservative in his 2008
Village Voice article, " Why I Am No Longer a 'Brain-Dead Liberal'." Last year, Mamet released a non-fiction book titled The Secret Knowledge, in which he blasted liberal academia, lauded free-market economists like Thomas Sowell, and gave a supportive nod to Rush Limbaugh and other conservative commentators.
The Hall of Fame basketball legend donated $4,000 to President
George W. Bush's 2004 re-election campaign and $2,000 to the 2004 U.S. Senate campaign of Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). In 2009, he appeared on 's FOX News program and openly expressed his conservative views. Sean Hannity
Okay, he might not be a household name, but come on...you must recognize this face from
some movie. He's a character actor who typically plays kooky, nerdy types...and he's the younger brother of A-list liberal star Ron Howard. Clint, however, is not politically like Ron -- the younger Howard recently told that he "came out of the closet" as a conservative about five years ago, even though it was a "dangerous" move. He warned young conservatives to "be careful" about speaking out in Hollywood. the Hollywood Reporter
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