The stars are out at the Democratic National Convention. We ran into Will.i.am from the Black Eyes Peas. He wrote a song for Barack Obama four years ago.
"The call for me to make a song was 2008. It did its thing, it moved the needle, and now my calling is to change my neighborhood."
We also caught up with Eva Longoria, of Desperate Housewives fame. She is co-chair of Obama's re-election campaign. She was impressed with San Antonio mayor Julian Castro, who gave Tuesday night's keynote speech.
"I love politicians who have walked the walk and can talk the talk, but they've really proven themselves," she said.
Lisa Edelstein, star of FOX's House, said, "I think he's an incredible president. I'm really proud of him. I look forward to seeing what he's going to do in the next 4 years. I think he had an enormous task at hand and I don't think those changes happen very quickly."
Rosario Dawson, who attends both Democratic and Republican Conventions, took pains to take a partisan tone.
"It's really going to take all of us, digging our heels in, to get us moving forward. We have trillions of dollars of debt, no matter who becomes president that's not going to be turned around in 4 years. It's going to take all of us working together and participating," said Dawson.
Bill Clinton is due to give a speech Wednesday night. We're told he wrote his speech himself, and that the Obama campaign will approve his words.