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Pat Boone: Donald Trump’s win is a slap in the face for Hollywood

Every rich and famous megastar from Katy Perry to Lady Gaga to Justin Timberlake backed Hillary Clinton in a big way, but it didn’t help her secure a spot in the White House. Meanwhile, the vast majority of Hollywood’s elite shunned Donald Trump. Celebs even teamed up to produce several star-studded viral videos dedicated to taking Trump down.

Singer and Trump supporter Pat Boone thinks the Republican’s presidential win is a slap in the face for Hollywood’s top stars.

“Donald Trump’s unprecedented, emphatic win is a tremendous rebuke, a humongous… slap to the pompous, pampered Hollywood super-rich, supercilious, super brainwashed, over privileged crowd,” he told FOX411.

And Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, said Trump’s defeat of Clinton proved that Hollywood has no real influence over politics.

“Hollywood celebrities cannot change votes,” he said. “At best they can motivate lazy partisans, such as some millennials, who find lots of reasons why they don’t have time to vote. And they raise money and attract the TV cameras.”

After being blacklisted from Hollywood for supporting Trump, Antonio Sabato Jr. told FOX411 this election season was not about the Hollywood celebrities campaigning.

Singer and Trump supporter Pat Boone thinks the Republican’s presidential win is a slap in the face for Hollywood’s top stars.

“Donald Trump’s unprecedented, emphatic win is a tremendous rebuke, a humongous… slap to the pompous, pampered Hollywood super-rich, supercilious, super brainwashed, over privileged crowd,” he told FOX411.

And Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, said Trump’s defeat of Clinton proved that Hollywood has no real influence over politics.

“Hollywood celebrities cannot change votes,” he said. “At best they can motivate lazy partisans, such as some millennials, who find lots of reasons why they don’t have time to vote. And they raise money and attract the TV cameras.”

After being blacklisted from Hollywood for supporting Trump, Antonio Sabato Jr. told FOX411 this election season was not about the Hollywood celebrities campaigning.

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