During the presidential election campaign, you'll have become accustomed to celebrities coming out in droves endorsing particular candidates, none so more vocal that Hillary Clinton's loyal followers including the likes of Lena Dunham, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Chloe Grace Moretz.
Understandably, many of these high profile celebrities are currently in shock that their shining beacon of hope has dimmed slightly amid the sea of stupid 'Make America Again' caps, for now at least.
But one A-lister who is speaking out about her dismay is Miley Cryus, who has filmed herself with tears streaming down her cheeks telling her fans that she still believes Hillary deserves to be the first female president.
'I just wish that she had that opportunity. because she fought for so long and because I believe her when she says that she loves this country. This is all she's ever done. She's given her life to make it better. But, like Donald Trump so ironically played after his speech, it said, 'You can't always get what you want.'
She added: 'And happy hippies, we adjust and we accept everyone for who they are. And so Donald Trump, I accept you.
'And this hurts to say, but I even accept you as the President of the United States, and that's fine...because I think now I want to be hopeful,' she said, weeks after visiting college students at George Mason University in Virginia in their dorm rooms to encourage them to vote for Clinton.
The 23-year-old singer also took the opportunity to thank President Barack Obama for his service over the last eight years before urging Clinton and Trump supports to come together with love and respect for one another.
'Please, please just treat people with love and treat people with compassion and treat people with respect, and I will do the same for you,' she asked.
'And anyway, anything you ever want to talk about or understand, maybe people that don't think the same way that you and some of the people that support you do, please, if you want to open your mind and open your heart, I would love to give you a key,' she concluded.
As those annoying kids in High School Musical would say, 'We're all in this together.'