One thing Hillary Clinton has proved she's good at in recent months (other than being gracious in defeat for the Presidency, a supporter of sexual, human and women's rights and at one with wildlife) is that she can command a standing ovation in pretty much any room she enters, no matter how late she is.
Earlier this year, the former Democratic presidential nominee received a round of applause and chants from fellow theatre lovers as she sat down next to her husband, Bill, ahead of the Broadway musical performance of In Transit.
However, the 69-year-old politician has yet again proved that in New York City, at least, she continues to boast a legion of fans in the wake of the Presidential election.
Over the weekend, Clinton attended a Broadway performance of Oslo at the Lincoln Centre (ironic seeing as the play is about the behind-the-scene political negotiations that took place between Israel and Palestinian Liberation Organisation) and walked into the theatre to take her seat.
Little did Clinton know she'd be greeted into the theatre to the sound of clapping, cheering and a standing ovation.
Theatre-goers shouted 'we love you' while others started chanting 'Hil-la-ry!' as she kept her head down to take her seat, before acknowledging the crowd and waving her husband, Bill, a few steps behind her.
Seeing as President Trump's Vice President Mike Pence and his wife were recently booed by the crowd and addressed, personally, by the cast earlier this year, we think we have a pretty clear idea of how the majority of Broadway fans feel about the 2016 presidential result.