The Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is launching a contest, and the winners will get to hang with George Clooney; his wife, Amal Clooney; and Clinton herself at the Clooneys' home -- though it's probably not the one on Lake Como in Italy.
In addition to the contest, the A-list celebrity couple will hold several fundraisers for Clinton in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
A lot of celebrities have already endorsed her, including Lena Dunham, Katy Perry, Shonda Rhimes and her three female ABC stars -- Kerry Washington, Ellen Pompeo and Viola Davis.
The four ladies released a pro-Clinton ad during a March Shondaland Thursday, named after Rhimes' production company, on which three of Rhimes' shows air back to back.
In the ad, the stars and showrunner talked about why Clinton is important for women.
"Broad City" co-creators and stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson released a clip for an upcoming episode in which the two ladies freak out when they meet Clinton, although they have publicly denied the cameo was an endorsement.
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