Who famous New Yorkers are voting for
How are New York celebrities and socialites voting in the New York primary on Tuesday? The Cut compiled a who's-who guide — and because it's New York, this turned into FEEL THE BERN versus HRC.
Consider the high-society Hillary supporters (Anna Wintour, Gloria Steinem), the comedians (Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman), and the Bernie bros (Chris Kantrowitz, Glenn O'Brien), and scroll down for more highly famous and highly political New Yorkers: Kerry Washington, Mario Batali, Olivia Wilde, Gaby Hoffmann, and Audrey Gelman. Plus: many, many selfies.
Zoë Kravitz, actress: Bernie Sanders
Zoë to Bernie's face: "I love you."
Padma Lakshmi, Top Chef host: Hillary Clinton
Rosario Dawson, actress: Bernie Sanders
She has a Bernie jacket and regularly shows up at the senator's New York rallies.
Kerry Washington, actress: Hillary Clinton
She, Ellen Pompeo, and Viola Davis gave Hills an endorsement from Shondaland.
Diane von Furstenberg, designer: Hillary Clinton
The designer has hosted fund-raisers for Hills; Hills has presented some DVF awards. Give and take!
Image: NICHOLAS KAMM
Lena Dunham, actress-empress: Hillary Clinton
Jeanette Hayes, artist: Bernie Sanders
Dana Lorenz, Fallon jewelry designer: Bernie Sanders
Mario Batali, chef: Hillary Clinton
Fun fact: Chelsea introduced her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, to Hillary and Bill at Babbo, Batali's West Village restaurant.
Chirlane McCray, New York's First Lady: Hillary Clinton
Here's an actual surprise: Chirlane and Bill de Blasio take romantic walks for Hillary.
Tina Brown, journalist: Hillary Clinton
"Bed wetters" and "hand wringers." You know who you are.
Susan Sarandon, actress: Bernie Sanders
Her Twitter fight with Debra Messing? The future of politics.
Daniel Pinchbeck, author: Bernie Sanders
A man who likes YouTube videos.
Amy Poehler: Hillary Clinton
Gaby Hoffmann, actress: Bernie Sanders
"To me, Bernie is more of a feminist than Hillary," she told Bustle.
Gloria Steinem, journalist: Hillary Clinton
In case you forgot, young women are into Bernie because of boys. She apologized.
Anna Wintour, Vogue editor-in-chief: Hillary Clinton
She's hosted fund-raisers and brought Clinton's face to the Marc Jacobs show at New York Fashion Week last winter (Marc Jacobs designed that shirt). Hillary's other fashion supporters: Tory Burch, Public School, Joseph Altuzarra, Prabal Gurung, and Pamela Love.
Tennessee Thomas, drummer: Bernie Sanders
The DJ-designer-socialite hosts events and meetings for Sanders at her posh/activist East Village boutique, the Deep End Club.
Mickey Sumner, actress: Bernie Sanders
Being Sting's daughter, she's British and can't vote, but she still spoke at Bernie's Flash Factory event to sum up what he's really saying: "Giving a f*ck about your brothers and sisters and helping people."
Chloe Wise, artist, Von Dutch enthusiast: Bernie Sanders
The Canadian also can't vote, but she has some ideas ...
Olivia Wilde, actress: Hillary Clinton
The loyal Democrat campaigned for Obama in 2008. "My dream is that [Elizabeth] Warren would be [Hillary's] V.P.," she told the Daily Beast, "but that's not happening in a million years. My ideal society!"
Chris Kantrowitz, start-up guru, founder and CEO of Gobbler: Bernie Sanders
The Clinton campaign invited him to a Champagne dinner chez Amal and George Clooney — he wasn't happy about it.
Audrey Gelman, political consultant: Hillary Clinton
She and squad hosted a Hillary event recently (Eva Chen, Aurora James, Mia Moretti , Lilliana Vasquez, and Emily Weiss). She also pairs HRC pins with SLAYER hats.
Glenn O'Brien, writer: Bernie Sanders
Jesus is allegedly feeling the Bern.
Charlotte Ronson, designer: Bernie Sanders
Amy Schumer, comedian: Hillary Clinton
She fits in Amy's pocket.
Eva Chen, Instagram's head of fashion partnerships: Hillary Clinton
More fund-raisers with DVF.
Erika Spring, musician: Bernie Sanders
Bernie was outside her apartment on Monday. She missed him and regretted it.
Jacob Brown, Blackbook editor-in-chief: Hillary Clinton
He has thoughts.
Robert De Niro, actor: Hillary Clinton
He's calling this election: "There are going to be no surprises," he told the Daily Beast. "She has earned the right to be president and the head of the country at this point. It's that simple."
Courtney Love, musician: Hillary Clinton
Billary and Kurtney was a thing in the '90s. They're soul mates.
Tom Colicchio, chef: Hillary Clinton
He has his reasons.
Sarah Silverman, comedian: Bernie Sanders
"#imwithher has such a gorgeous, empowering feel to it, but the clunky truth is, #imwiththesocialistjew."
Venus X, musician: Bernie Sanders
Count on her to rally the troops.
Abby Wambach, gold Olympic medalist, retired soccer star: Hillary Clinton
"Think about the 15-year-old girl looking up to a woman president and walking a little taller. Then think about the 15-year-old boy looking at his friend and thinking she could possibly be president one day."
Tommy Saleh, NYCult creative director: Bernie Sanders