While the fight is still on to see whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will win the White House, there has been a victory on the Democratic side regarding the celebrities attending the convention.
But it’s the upcoming Democratic National Convention (DNC) that’s really drawing star power.
Here are some of the famous names that plan to attend the event.
If you’re a fan of the hit television show Scandal, you’re likely familiar with Tony Goldwyn who plays President Fitzgerald Grant.
The actor, director and producer has announced he will be speaking at the event.
Chloë Grace Moretz
The Neighbors 2 star posted that she will be speaking at the DNC on Wednesday.
This isn’t the first photo the actress has posted of herself with Hillary Clinton.
When she was supporting Clinton in California she posted a photo with a message to Instagram.
The Will & Grace star announced that she is heading to Philadelphia to speak at the DNC next week.
Demi Lovato took to Twitter to announce that she will be attending the DNC as well.
Most people have known the singing actress since her Disney days, which many hope will help influence younger voters.
Lena Dunham & America Ferrera
America Ferrera, the actress from Ugly Betty, will be speaking at the DNC alongside Lena Dunham, the star of Girls.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 20-season NBA veteran, announced on Twitter that he will be supporting Clinton in Philadelphia.
The former View host announced that she will be one of the many people speaking at the event.
Jason & Jarron Collins
Former NBA star Jason Collins will be speaking at the DNC.
The 13-year basketball veteran also confirmed that his brother, Jarron Colins, will speak at the convention.
Jarron Colins is the assistant coach to the Golden State Warriors and played in the NBA for 10 years.
Longoria is no stranger to showing her support for Clinton.
The actress told ET that she cut her honeymoon short because she didn’t want to miss the California primaries.
See the full DNC schedule below:
July 25 – United Together
Speakers: Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders and DREAMer Astrid Silva
July 26 – A Lifetime of Fighting for Children and Families
Speakers: 42nd President Bill Clinton and Mothers of the Movement
July 27 – Working Together
Speakers: President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden
July 28 – Stronger Together
Speakers: Chelsea Clinton and Hillary Clinton