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Hollywood Does Last-Minute Campaigning for Obama

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President Obama hasn't been shy about deploying Hollywood celebrities to help him on the campaign trail. Now, in the final hours, they're hitting it hard, reports The Hollywood Reporter; from Bruce Springsteen to Chris Rock, calls are being made and songs are being sung in order to help the incumbent be re-elected.

Springsteen is reportedly joining Obama on Air Force One to Midwest states. Anne Hathaway and Scarlett Johansson are calling into Top 40 radio stations, and Rock along with Samuel L. Jackson are calling African-American stations.

In all, there are 181 big names making noise for Obama tonight. prepared.

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