Hillary Clinton is counting Katy Perry among her many celebrity supporters. (Courtesy Instagram)

Hillary Clinton is counting Katy Perry among her many celebrity supporters. (Courtesy Instagram)

Scoop: Last roundup (whew!) celeb presidential endorsements

Thank goodness, the election’s here (and almost over).

In the spirit of celebrity news of marginal importance, here’s a brief list of stars, and who they’re supporting … compiled by that bastion of political commentary, Marie Claire UK.

The fashion mag points to these Hillary Clinton supporters, in no particular order (Scoop! believes): Scarlett Johansson, Salma Hayek, Natalie Portman, America Ferrara, Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep, Sophia Bush, Adele, Elizabeth Banks, Julia Roberts, Sigourney Weaver, Lady Gaga, Maggie Gyllenhal, Demi Lovato, Blake Lively, Amy Schumer, George Clooney, Lena Dunham, Snoop Dogg, Katy Perry, Richard Gere, Kim, Khloe and Kendall Kardashian, Uzo Aduba, Beyonce.

On Donald Trump’s team: Sarah Palin, Aaron Carter, Mike Tyson, Kid Rock, Tila Tequila, Azealia Banks, Kirstie Alley, Tom Brady and Ted Nugent.

Just one more day, folks!

FANG ADVANCES ON ‘CHOPPED’

Kathy Fang of Fang restaurant in The City is making her mark on the Food Network. Last week on “Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay,” she beat three competitors and is the only woman in the running to go up against Flay — and get the chance to prepare a signature dish (and earn $40,000).

Cooking for judges Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli and Aarón Sánchez, Fang became the episode’s champion by making lobster cakes in the appetizer round, anise-spiced goat stew with polenta for the main course, and a no=bake cheesecake for dessert.

Tune in on Nov. 10 for her next appearance. If she wins, she could give Flay (who admitted Chinese food wasn’t his specialty!) a run for the money.

QUICK TAKES

Among, perhaps, the lesser things for which the late Janet Reno, the first female attorney general, will be remembered, is Will Ferrell’s “Saturday Night Live” impression of her dancing; she famously appeared on the show, on her last day office in 2001, doing the twist with Ferrell — both in signature blue dresses. ,,, Breast cancer survivor Shannen Doherty offers support and a bit of advice for Michael Bublé, who recently shared that his 3-year-old son Noah is battling cancer: “Just trust in your doctors,” she said. “Make sure you have amazing doctors.” … In the wake of the big news of the breakup of Brangelina and continued family difficulties, Brad Pitt is slated to beat Angelina Jolie to the red carpet by doing promotion for his upcoming movie “Allied.”

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Singer Lauren Alaina is 22. … Actress Tara Reid is is 41. … Actress Parker Posey is 48. … Actress Courtney Thorne-Smith is 49. … TV chef Gordon Ramsay is 50. … Singer-actor Leif Garrett is 55. … Singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones is 62. … Actress Alfre Woodard is 64. Singer Bonnie Raitt is 67. … Actor Norman Lloyd is 102.

–Staff, wire reports

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