Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are making their political choice clear: They're with her.

Justin and Jessica hosted a fundraising lunch for Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Los Angeles on Tuesday at their home, an event attended by several high profile entertainers, including Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx and Tobey Maguire.

The stars and many other deep-pocketed supporters shelled out a reported $33,400 to attend the luncheon. About 100 people attended the event, according to a report.

Justin and Jessica couldn't help but gush about their houseguest, taking photo booth pictures with her and sharing them on social media.

Look who came over for lunch... 👀 #imwithher

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"Look who came over for lunch...," Jessica captioned the photo strip that show she, Justin and Hillary clowning around for the camera.

Justin shared the same photo to his Instagram, saying, "Look WHO DID come over for lunch... Wow. #imwithher."

As has been the case in the highly charged political atmosphere of this election season, many of JT's 34.1 million followers didn't take too kindly to his photos or his Presidential pick, with many saying they were (gasp!) unfollowing him.

"Just unfollowed you and your wife," one person said. Another even went so far as to claim he is going to lose his fan base. Others, of course, loved the photos. Meanwhile, there was a third common comment thread (think of it like a third party candidate) with many people acknowledging that he and Jessica have their right to support whomever they want.

The event was originally supposed to be hosted by longtime Democrat supporter Leoonardo DiCaprio. However, his team announced he had to cancel because he was stuck in New York due a change in the production schedule for his climate change documentary. The New York Post, though, suggested that Leo may have ducked out because he's been implicated in Department of Justice complaint about a Malaysian fund that was used in part to support the production company behind "The Wolf of Wall Street."

His team denied the newspaper's allegation.