Step aside, Taylor Swift. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is coming through with a "girl squad" entourage of her own. Ever since Clinton announced her candidacy, the endorsements from female celebrities have come pouring in.
Here, we've broken down the list:
"Ugly Betty" star America Ferrera was one of the first to announce that she was backing Clinton. "I believed in her then, I believe her now," she wrote on Twitter , referring to Clinton's 2008 White House run.
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Beyoncé also backs the former U.S. secretary of state. She and her husband, rapper and businessman Jay Z, have donated to her campaign and attended a May fundraiser.
Celebrity twins and actresses Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen also have attended fundraisers for Clinton. The twins were seen at an April event.
Comedian and actress Amy Poehler, who has portrayed Clinton on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," tweeted a GIF of her and the Democratic candidate together on the show. “Let’s do this. #Hillary2016 @HillaryClinton," she wrote.
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In an email to Clinton supporters, actress Salma Hayek wrote that she believed Clinton was the candidate who could best represent Latino voters. "I'm proud to help launch Latinos for Hillary," she wrote.
Another actress pledging to stump for Clinton was "Scandal" star Kerry Washington. “I’m very thrilled. I’m excited for her, and I’m sure I’ll be hitting the stump trail,” Washington said.
Katy Perry has been one of Clinton's major supporters. The "Firework" singer joined the candidate on the campaign trail, performing at a rally in Iowa last month.
_Happy Birthday_ to our next great leader @hillaryclinton !!! This past weekend, I was honored to be able to sit down with Maya Harris, one of HRC's senior policy (aka plans for the future) advisors before joining the stage with Hillary the next day. I wanted to be more informed and educated on her plans and dreams for our country. I never want to be a puppet, and always want to feel my own purpose and ownership in everything I do. Maya and I, and some of my closest girlfriends, had the most incredible, eye-opening 3 hours of conversation about the future. We went over so many points and asked the hard questions on everything from gun control to birth control to health care to affordable education to a realistic approach in finding the middle class again. I was never raised with economic privilege and found money to be the main source of pain for my own family growing up, so I understand why there is a need for such change. I am still learning and educating myself on the world of politics and searching for every strand of authenticity buried deep in it. What I heard and experienced this weekend empowers me to believe that real change is possible and on the way! Ladies! There are so many incredible opportunities for us that are possible: equal pay, paid leave (you don't lose your job if you want to have a family) and YOUR choice to have a family when and if it's RIGHT FOR YOU! These are just some of the reasons I am standing with her and will continue to do so. Next year's election is one of the most important ones in decades, and the choices we make will have a profound effect on women for years to come. So, I stand with her for my daughters and their daughters, and beyond what time gives me. Get informed, get involved and become empowered! Strong women help create strong families! ❤️ See link in bio for _ from the weekend_ by @bcompleted
Ariana Grande is also a supporter. The pop star tweeted “yaaas @hillaryclinton” after Clinton’s announcement. Fellow pop star Jennifer Lopez also shared she was behind Clinton this election season. “I’m very excited by the news. I think it’s time for a woman,” Lopez told E! News at the MTV Movie Awards.
One of the reigning queens of social media, Kim Kardashian West, gave Clinton her endorsement in an Instagram post. "I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country!#HillaryForPresident," the reality star posted in a photo with Clinton that received more than 900,000 likes.
"Girls" creator and feminist Lena Dunham has also posted to Instagram in support of Clinton. “Dear Madame Secretary, this is a great excuse to tell you that I admire you, am inspired by you (especially this week when you took so much in your powerful stride) and, most importantly, I think you look great with an up do as well as a down do," she wrote on Clinton's birthday in October. Clinton appeared in an interview with the actress, where the two talked fashion, student debt and feminism.
Clinton has received donations from actresses Kate Hudson, Dakota Fanning, Eva Longoria and comedian Sarah Silverman. Actress Barbra Streisand has fundraised for the Democratic front-runner.
For more celebrities behind Clinton, check out a comprehensive list compiled by Marie Claire magazine.