After mocking Donald Trump’s fog machine RNC entrance at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, Elizabeth Banks debuted another project in support of the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton: a music video featuring all of her famous friends.
The 42-year-old actress and director channeled Pitch Perfect -- and recruited a few co-stars -- for the a capella cover of Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song,” a powerful anthem that Clinton has used on the campaign trail as she worked toward being the first female major party nominee for president.
The video is the “secret project” that Banks has been teasing on Instagram in recent weeks, sharing pics of stars like Eva Longoria, Connie Britton and Platten herself showing up to record their parts. Others, like America Ferrara, Idina Menzel and Pitch Perfect’s Ben Platt, shot their segments of the video on location, on cell phones and laptop cameras.
YouTube star Mike Tompkins also shared an Insta pic featuring more of the “amazing people” with whom he and Banks collaborated on the project, including Jane Fonda, Aisha Tyler, Mandy Moore, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Kristin Chenoweth.