Both US presidential candidates have received substantial financial pledges from the Hollywood community, with Obama earning $7m (£4.5m) from stars in April alone.
George Clooney, who held a fundraiser for Obama at his home, leads the president's celebrity supporters. Neil Patrick Harris, Salma Hayek, Ellen DeGeneres and Ryan Murphy have also pledged money to Obama's campaign.
The leader also counts Leonardo DiCaprio, Steven Spielberg, Jada Pinkett Smith, Ricky Martin, Eva Longoria and Jane Lynch among his contributors, according to CNN.
Sarah Jessica Parker recently filmed a campaign advertisement for Obama and will also host an upcoming dinner for the politician.
Obama's opponent Romney has received money from director Jerry Bruckheimer, WWE chairman Vince McMahon and Donny and Marie Osmond.
Chuck Norris, Donald Trump, Scott Baio and Orson Bean have also donated to the Romney campaign.
Kid Rock has stumped for Romney in Michigan, but has not shown up on donor lists as of yet.
It is likely that more stars will offer financial support for the candidates as the November election nears.
Obama and Romney both appeared at the CMT Music Awards on Wednesday (June 6) as part of an opening comedy sketch.
Watch Sarah Jessica Parker's endorsement of Barack Obama below: