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Hillary Clinton Continues Fundraising Swing at Home of Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel

Hillary Clinton continued her West Coast fundraising swing with a star-filled luncheon on Tuesday at the Los Angeles home of Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel.

Timberlake tweeted a photo booth picture of the trio from the event captioned “Look WHO DID come over for lunch … Wow. #ImWithHer.”

Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Aniston, Shonda Rhimes, Tobey Maguire and former HBO programming president Michael Lombardo were among those at the event, according to a source who was there, with tickets priced at $33,400 per person. About 55 people attended.

Co-hosts included Maguire and his wife Jennifer, Aniston, Rhimes, ICM Partners’ Chris Silbermann, talent manager Scooter Braun and his wife Yael and producer Rick Yorn and his wife Christina.

The event was supposed to be held at the home of Leonardo DiCaprio, but he backed out last week and asked Timberlake and Biel to host.

Clinton is heading to Laguna Beach on Tuesday afternoon for two events, including one hosted by Janet Keller and Stephen Cloobeck and his wife Chantal, and another event hosted by Mike Levin, Frank Barbaro and Melahat Rafiei.

The Democratic presidential candidate is fundraising in the weeks before her first debate with Republican rival Donald Trump. Their first debate is scheduled to be held on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in New York.

As part of her Los Angeles trip, Clinton appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” where she addressed rumors about her health.

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