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After Leonardo DiCaprio backed out on Saturday, the $33,400-per-guest event for the Democratic presidential nominee was moved to the Hollywood Hills home of Timberlake and Biel. And the hosts were quick to document their role Tuesday, as both Timberlake and Biel posted the pair’s photobooth memorabilia with Clinton on their respective social media accounts.
“Look WHO DID come over for lunch… Wow. #ImWithHer,” Timberlake shared on his Twitter.
— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) August 23, 2016
Biel shared the same photo and a similar message on her Instagram.
A photo posted by Jessica Biel (@jessicabiel) on
The star-studded gathering was co-hosted by Jennifer and Tobey Maguire, Jennifer Aniston, Yael and Scooter Braun, Shonda Rhimes, and ICM Partners’ Chris Silbermann (see photos below).
Clinton is in Los Angeles for a two-day fundraising blitz that is filled with multiple big-ticket events. The visit, which began on Monday, is her first trip to Hollywood since accepting her historic nomination at the Democratic National Convention, whose lineup was also filled with celebrities backing Clinton.
Her L.A. trip also included a stop at Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday, where she shot down Donald Trump’s “wacky” claims about her health and talked about prepping for the upcoming general election debates.
Next Clinton heads to Laguna Beach for two more fundraisers, one hosted by Janet Keller and Chantal and Stephen J. Cloobeck, and the other by Mike Levin, Frank Barbaro, and Melahat Rafiei.
On Saturday, news broke that DiCaprio, a known Clinton supporter, had backed out of the event due to a work-related conflict.
As The Hollywood Reporter previously reported, the move comes as DiCaprio, 41, has become linked in press reports to a $3 billion Malaysian embezzlement scandal.
A spokesperson with the Clinton campaign told THR any suggestion that the scandal is connected to DiCaprio dropping out “is completely false. It’s not at all true.” He added: “If we could have had the event at his home, we would have loved to. He was gracious enough to find us a new host. We hope to do something with him in the future.”
See more social media photos from the fundraiser below.
A photo posted by J E N N I F E R M E Y E R (@jenmeyerjewelry) on
A photo posted by Maya Henry (@maya_henry) on
A photo posted by Chloe Flower (@misschloeflower) on
A photo posted by Yael Cohen Braun (@yael) on
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