Elizabeth Banks introduces 'Fight Song' for Clinton

Elizabeth Banks introduces 'Fight Song' for Clinton

Elizabeth Banks introduces 'Fight Song' for Clinton

Driven by actress Elizabeth Banks, the song was produced by Bruce Cohen and Mike Thompkins and is based on Rachel Platten's earlier-released hit by the same name.

How did celebrities sound singing for Hillary Clinton's campaign? We get it - Clinton's super hip and cool.

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Stars including Mandy Moore, Jane Fonda, Rob Reiner, Kristin Chenoweth, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eva Longoria and Aisha Tyler came together for the tune.

Hillary Clinton's campaign was given a big boost during the second night of the Democratic National Convention from a number of celebrities, including Elizabeth Banks.

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The video ends with Sia saying, "Go Hillary", complete with jazz hands and a giant bow in her hair only Sia could pull off. According to Time, this rendition of "Fight Song" by Elizabeth Banks draws similarities to "Yes We Can" produced by will.i.am in support of Barack Obama's candidacy in 2008, which also featured a similar scope of celebrities.

Clinton, who made history Tuesday night as the first-ever female candidate for U.S. president, has made a habit of walking out to Rachel Platten's Fight Song on the campaign trail, so it was an ideal choice of song to celebrate her nomination on the night. They sing their support to Clinton to Rachel Platten's "Fight Song". Banks made her entrance at the DNC on Tuesday to Queen's "We Are the Champions", mimicking the gassy, silhouetted entrance Republican presidential nominee Trump made at last week's Republican National Convention. Having played an over the top character in The Hunger Games, she called his entrance "over the top".

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