Actress Elizabeth Banks addresses the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on July 26. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

It wasn't exactly "We Are the World," but a group of celebrities — some more recognizable than Scott Baio and some less — got together and did a slightly cheesy a cappella rendition of the pop ditty "Fight Song" for Hillary Clinton's campaign. Among the group was last night's Democratic Convention host Elizabeth Banks, who might have spearheaded the effort. After all, she directed the musical comedy "Pitch Perfect 2," and quite a few of the comedy's stars showed up to sing, including her onscreen sidekick John Michael Higgins, plus Ester Dean, Kelly Jakle, Ben Platt and Hana Mae Lee.

It wasn't all B-list actors, though. There were also big TV stars — Connie Britton, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eva Longoria — Oscar winner Jane Fonda, comedian Aisha Tyler, singer-actress Mandy Moore and director Rob Reiner. To make up for a certain lack of singing skills from some of the participants (Fonda kind of rapped her lines), there were also Tony winning Broadway performers like Billy Porter, Kristin Chenoweth and Adele Dazeem, er, Idina Menzel.

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