London: Barack Obama has amassed a huge celebrity support for his presidential elections, and some have even taken to wearing accessories to ensure he gets a second term.
Sharon Stone, who is a keen Democrat supporter, was spotted with a bag that had a graphic print of Obama's face on it on Wednesday, the Daily Mail reported.
The 'Basic Instinct' star was pictured at a pharmacy story in Beverly Hills, wearing a blue top and jeans, which had some Chinese letters near the bottom.
The actress seemed relaxed about Obama's chances against rival Mitt Romney at the forthcoming election, smiling and laughing during her trip to the store.
She's not the only one who has shown their support with presidential accessories
Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted earlier this month wearing a pink Viva Obama' badge.
And former 'Desperate Housewives' star Eva Longoria was also seen wearing a badge during a speech at the Obama For America Women's Summit event at Miami in August.
Beyonce and her rapper husband Jay-Z are huge supporters of the US president and even hosted a lavish fundraiser in New York for Obama.
The singer has even worn Barack Obama earrings to show her support for him.
Not everyone was as subtle.
Katy Perry performed at Obama's Las Vegas rally on Tuesday, wearing a latex dress decorated with a ballot paper.
The dress had "President of the United States" written across her chest, with a square box filled in next to the names of Obama and Joe Biden.
An empty box next to the name of Romney was on her thigh.
The singer urged the crowd saying, "Don't wait. Go tomorrow. How many of you are 18 here? It's going to be your first time, right?"
Other celebrities that have endorsed Obama include Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Affleck, George Clooney and Selena Gomez.
Romney's celebrity supporters include Kelsey Grammer, Chuck Norris, Tom Selleck and James Woods.