In 2013, Kid Rock told Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly his pick for president was Dr. Ben Carson. But by the time 2016 rolled around, Rock had switched over to Donald Trump, telling Rolling Stone in February, “Let the business guy run the country like a business.”
Reality star and New Kid on the Block Donnie Wahlberg tweeted his support for Carly Fiorina early in the 2016 presidential cycle, calling the former Hewlett-Packard CEO “a strong human being and a strong candidate.” But in February the former boy band singer had officially endorsed Marco Rubio.
Comedian Sarah Silverman had not only supported Hillary Clinton in the beginning of the 2016 election cycle, she donated the maximum amount allowed by law — $2,700 — to the former Secretary of State’s campaign. But on August 13, 2015, Silverman introduced Bernie Sanders before a crowd of 27,000 people at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, giving the Vermont senator a much-needed Hollywood boost.
Actor and comedian Will Ferrell also had a change of heart… but in the other direction. Ferrell, a Sanders supporter, raised eyebrows earlier this month when he was seen stumping for Clinton in Nevada.
In his homage to former President Bill Clinton, “B—- I’m Bill Clinton,” Lil B seemed to endorse Hillary Clinton with this line: “Shout-outs to Hillary. You gonna win that presidency.” But last July, the California rapper seemed to have changed his mind, officially endorsing Sanders. “As much as I want to a woman leading the USA, right now it’s all about Bernie.”
James Woods was so convinced Carly Fiorina was his candidate, he even narrarated a documentary about her last September. But by November, the “Ray Donovan” actor pulled his endorsement, tweeting that he’s been won over by Sen. Ted Cruz.