Celebrities who ran for president

Those who have made their name on the big or small screen have occasionally made the decision to trade Hollywood red carpets for the halls of power in Washington, DC. Ronald Reagan was a radio presenter who became a famous Hollywood actor due to his starring role in Knute Rockne: All-American (1940) and then advanced into politics as Governor of California before becoming President of the United States.

The 2003 California gubernatorial election resulted in incumbent Democratic Governor Gray Davis replacing former bodybuilder and action movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger. Finally, Donald Trump’s transition from a famous media personality with his appearance in The Apprentice and professional wrestling appearances to the 45th President of the United States remains fresh in memory and an indication that the future president may, once again, be a wrestling moniker.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

So many people were calling Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to run for president that he had to respond with an official statement. The interesting thing is that he did not rule out running for the White House. Obviously there is a lot of support from fans and bookmakers as well Political betting Its market price was 1/33, at the time of writing.

There is no doubt that he could win, but could he win as a freelancer or with the formation of a new third party?

Oprah Winfrey

after her inspiration 2018 letter At the Golden Globes, there was quite a bit of hype about a potential presidential bid in 2020. The media mogul ruled out a tour at the time, but President Oprah Winfrey’s rumble continues.

Perhaps the fact that she did not want to be nominated or become president made her a more desirable candidate as people remember Plato’s quote “Those who seek power do not deserve that power.” As a reliable source of information and North America’s first black billionaire, it’s also currently priced with a 33/1 chance of being the next POTUS, but those odds seem to be based on people’s hopes rather than any actual movement toward taking the Oval Office.

Kanye West

Many may have forgotten that Kanye West made a late bid to become president during the 2020 race. It looks like he’s intent on making another try and looks like he’s trying Kardashian support For 2024, though, the predictions don’t look good, especially as his previous attempt faltered and he eventually got less than 60,000 votes. His unsuccessful journey and his lack of support currently see him on 50/1 odds and an outsider as the next president of a celebrity.

Celebrities are a step ahead of the other contenders as they are recognized by voters: While these three celebrities may still be strangers to winning the race in 2024, we know that strange things have happened in the past…