While plenty of Hollywood, music and sports stars have publicly spoken out against the new US President, it's easy to forget that there are many well-known Donald Trump supporters, and some of them may surprise you. (All photos Getty)
Let's start with perhaps the most famous of all.
Although the 'Gold Digger' singer refused to vote in the 2016 US election, he told his army of fans during a concert last November that he would have voted for Trump if he had. West is also a fan of the new US President's plan to build a border wall with Mexico, and harbours his own ambitions to work in the White House. Will we see a President West in 2020? Stranger things have happened.
The country music queen has openly stated her love for Trump, claiming, "I Just think he's the only one who's going to turn this country around." The so-called "coal miner's daughter" will be expecting her new President to create plenty of new jobs for out-of-work coal miners.
The Charles in Charge actor wanted Trump in charge, and now he's got his man.
"When he speaks I understand him," Baio told media. Will President Trump now help reinvigorate Baio's struggling acting career? Baio could play a young Trump making his mark on the world in Trump, The Movie.
The controversial boxer has long been in Trump's corner. The former world heavyweight champion said in 2015: "Let's run America like a business, where no colours matter." Let's hope Trump doesn't do a Tyson and bite off more than he can chew.
The aging actor famous for his role as a failed gigolo in the film Midnight Cowboy, Voight has always been on Trump's side and believes the new President will "save the nation". Voight's Midnight Cowboy co-star Dustin Hoffman endorsed Hillary Clinton's bid to become President. I wonder if they're still friends?
The former NBA star and current best mate of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is also close to the new President, according to Rodman. The Chicago Bulls legend tweeted in 2015 that Trump "has been a great friend for many years". Why didn't he invite him to the inauguration then?
The veteran actor and director has often courted controversy with his right-leaning views, and believes Trump will be a great President. He said in 2016: "That's the kiss-ass generation we're in right now. We're really in a p***y generation. We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren't called racist."