“The only people enthusiastic about her campaign are Hollywood celebrities, in many cases celebrities that aren’t very hot anymore,” Donald Trump has said about his rival Hillary Clinton and the long list of stars who have publicly pledged their allegiance to her.
But not everyone’s saying they’re with her.
While Dirty Harry star Clint Eastwood doesn't have the highest opinion of Trump's intellect - once commenting that the Republican says "a lot of dumb things" - he will be casting a ballot for him on election day.
"I’d have to go for Trump," he confessed in an interview with Esquire magazine, "You know, ’cause [Hillary’s] declared that she’s gonna follow in Obama’s footsteps. There’s been just too much funny business on both sides of the aisle. She’s made a lot of dough out of being a politician."
Despite his brother Alec being one of the most influential people mocking Trump's antics thanks to his viral SNL skits, Stephen Baldwin falls firmly on the other side of the line. And doesn't find his sibling's impersonation "very funny" for that matter.
"I’ve said this about Donald Trump, in my two experiences with him doing Celebrity Apprentice, I found him to be actually behind-the-scenes a pretty regular Joe guy. Down to earth, a father, a husband and a businessman," Stephen told the Christian Post.
Cheers actress and Jenny Craig spokesperson Kirstie Alley is also on board and Tweeted her support for the businessman after he appeared on local news show 60 Minutes earlier this year.
Naturally, she faced backlash for her views but didn’t take it lying down, saying that people who call Trump’s views extreme “have the IQ of a gnat”.
Other celebrities backing Trump include Jon Voight, Hulk Hogan, Kid Rock, Azealia Banks, country music star Ted Nugent, Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Guidice, reality star Jesse James, Clueless actress Stacey Dash and on again off again supporter Tom Brady.
Meanwhile on the other side of the ticket, the list looks significantly more robust.
George and Amal Clooney
The Hollywood couple have been vocal in their support for Clinton early on and hosted a lavish fundraiser for her campaign at their LA home back in April.
Attendance came with an eye-popping AU$45,000 price tag and attracted the likes of Ellen DeGeneres and Anna Wintour.
Aside from enlisting the help of her new boyfriend Orlando Bloom to dress up as an incredibly impressive Hillary and Bill Clinton for Halloween, Katy Perry has been using her star power to try and mobilise the youth voter.
First she starred in a Funny or Die sketch where she cast her ballot in the nude, and just this week she went door to door knocking in her favourite “nasty women” t-shirt before performing at a Get Out The Vote concert in the swing state of Pennsylvania.
Beyoncé and Jay Z
The music power couple headlined a concert at the weekend with Beyoncé telling fans she’s voting for Clinton because, "I want my daughter to grow up seeing a women lead our country and knowing that her possibilities are limitless.”
Of course their support was mocked by Trump who appeared to mistake Beyoncé for another R&B icon when he said, "I didn't have to bring J-Lo or Jay Z. I am here all by myself. Just me. No guitar, no piano, no nothing."
Robert De Niro
In an incredibly strongly-worded ad, Robert De Niro came out swinging at Donald Trump last month.
Declaring he wants to punch the Republican candidate in the face, he calls him a “punk, dog, pig, con, bullshit artist, idiot, national disaster, embarrassment to the country, fool” and “so blatantly stupid”.
He went on to urge voters to support Clinton at the Hollywood Film Awards two days ago.
They join Leonardo DiCaprio, Lady Gaga, Will Ferrell, Adele, Kim Kardashian, Sir Elton John, Ellie Goulding, Miley Cyrus, LeBron James, Madonna, Ellen DeGeneres, Meryl Streep, Sigourney Weaver, Uzo Aduba, Drew Barrymore, snoop dogg, Jennifer Lopez, Olivia Wilde and America Ferrera in Clinton's camp.
Also with Hillary are Lena Dunham, Salma Hayek, John Legend, Demi Lovato, Kendall Jenner, Pharrell, Britney Spears, Kerry Washington, Shonda Rhimes, Amy Schumer, Eva Longoria, Justin Timberlake, Anne Hathaway, Chelsea Handler, RuPaul, Jimmy Kimmel and others.