#ImWithHer: Here Are The Black Celebrities Supporting Hillary Clinton

We're down to the wire! With just days to go until the election, we've rounded up the Black celebrities who have made their decision public. Here are all the celebs who have declared they are riding with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. See you at the polls on November 8!

Christina Coleman Sep, 29, 2016

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The 'Scandal' star often tweets her support of the Democratic presidential candidate, accompanying the messages with the campaign's hashtag, #ImWithHer.

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Gabby kept it short and sweet in a recent tweet supporting Clinton -- "Simple. #ImWithHer."

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A quick peak at the 'Blackish' star's Twitter timeline, and it's clear she's not a supporter of Donald Trump. In a recent post, Ross tweeted out her favorite moment from the first presidential debate -- Clinton shading Trump after a ridiculous comment about her temperament.

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“Our characters are on television, but the real world has Hillary Clinton,” Davis said in an ad supporting the presidential candidate.

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The model and wife of John Legend often tweets her support of Clinton while delivering some hilarious but important criticisms of Trump.

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"I think Sen. Clinton has been sensitive, supportive of the progressive agenda, she's realistic about what she can get done, she's able to beat the Republican candidates," Simmons said.

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The R&B songstress supported Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in July with a fiery, girl-power performance.

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The actress has been vocal about how dangerous a Donald Trump presidency could be. "Young, unarmed black men are being killed in record numbers. States are passing laws that are systematically stripping away women's reproductive rights. A presidential candidate is encouraging us to be violent and racist, and wants to ensure that there be no gun-free zones in this country," she said.

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The former Bernie Sanders supporter isn't going to withhold his vote because the Vermont Senator is out of the race. "I mean, I love Bernie - Bernie's a man of the people - but he can't win," he said. "So I gotta cast my vote for a person that can keep those other people from winning, okay?"

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"This election truly is a choice between hell and reason, and I want the best, most-qualified candidate to ensure that the United States lands on the right side of that battle. In Clinton we have a proven warrior who has both the commitment and record of accomplishment to lead the fight."

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Shonda and her "Shonda-land" cast have been vocal about their support of the candidate.

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In endorsing Clinton, Oprah had this to say: "Regardless of your politics, it’s a seminal moment for women. What this says is, there is no ceiling, that ceiling just went boom! It says anything is possible when you can be leader of the free world."

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Along with his model wife, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend has become quite the...well...legend, by getting political and holding Donald Trump accountable on his Twitter page. He's known for tweeting support for Clinton as well.

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"Bar none, Clinton would make a great president."

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'The View' co-host is a fierce defender of Hillary Clinton, especially in the wake of the infamous email scandal.

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In the ultimate display of support, the voice of "God" himself narrated a powerful Clinton campaign ad.

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The Academy Award-winning actor was adopted by his maternal grandparents as a baby.

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The powerful songstress performed "Rise Up" during the Democratic National Convention in July.

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Hillary Clinton tweeted a photo of Beyonce at a fundraising event, captioning it "Say you'll Bey on Team #Hillary2016, too."

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"Orange is the New Black' star Uzo Aduba showed her support for Clinton in a video message, saying that the candidate "cares about the things that are important to us."

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During an event for the Long Island Association two weeks before the presidential election, the Republican and former secretary of state plainly announced to the audience, "I am voting for Hillary Clinton."

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Actress and activist Alfre Woodard penned an op-ed in support of Hillary Clinton saying, "HRC is my choice because she is unquestionably the best, most qualified candidate for the job."

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Jay Z and Beyonce announced their official support for Clinton at the "Get Out The Vote" concert in the battleground state of Ohio just days before the November 8th election.