Last night, Hillary Clinton accepted the Democrat's nomination and became the first female major-party candidate in United States history.
It was a historic moment, and some of Hollywood's biggest stars were on hand to celebrate.
Bradley Cooper was at the DNC to support Clinton and prove once and for all that he is not actually an American sniper.
Katy Perry sang at the convention and sadly, she didn't take advantage of the opportunity to throw shade at Taylor Swift.
Katy was an apt choice, as like Clinton, she has experience butting heads with a privileged blonde who weirdly appeals to Southerners.
Speaking of feuds, Chloe Grace Moretz - who, over the past week, has become wrapped up in an increasingly ugly war with Khloe Kardashian - took time to encourage young people to register to vote.
The 19-year-old actress shared the story of her own registration process and offered some inspiring words on what it meant:
“It took just a minute,” she said, "but it gave me the power of a lifetime, the power to make my voice heard and to shape the future of our country.”
“So just imagine, imagine what can happen if we all make our voices heard this November at the ballot box,” the Kick-Ass star said.
“We can elect a president who will fight to give every American a chance to graduate from college debt-free. We can elect a president who will fight for equal pay for equal work.”
Inspiring stuff that's reminiscent of Kendall Jenner's "get out the vote" campaign.
All-in-all, it must have been a confusing night for the Kardashian-Jenner clan.
A candidate that Kim endorsed accepted the nomination; a singer they're friends with gave the performance, but someone that Khloe's been harassing on Twitter gave one of the night's most talked-about speeches.
This election is tearing the family apart, and someone needs to make the Kardashians great again!
Just kidding, they were never great.