Chloe Sevigny was in the boldface crowd at an event for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton isn’t the only potential 2016 presidential wannabe who can draw a crowd of celebrities.

A gathering on Thursday in New York of  “Artists for Warren” included some notable possible supporters of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Dem who keeps insisting that she’s not running despite clamor among the fans of her populist message. The cool kids in attendance at the indie/arty mixer included Adam Horovitz (aka Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys) and actress Chloe Sevigny, we’re told.  The host committee included actor Mark Ruffalo, and music was by Tennessee Thomas, a British drummer/actress.

The swanky backdrop? The loft of Julie Pacino (yeah, her dad’s name is Al) and Jennifer DeLia, filmmakers behind the production company Poverty Row Entertainment.

Per the invite: “Attendance is not an endorsement of Warren for President. Rather, this is an invitation to meet as a group of artists and activists to discuss how an Elizabeth Warren run could change the conversation, build progressive power, and move us closer to our shared vision of an America where everyone has a fighting chance.”


Read more Reliable Source:

Did Joe Biden confess to Ellen that he’s bored at SOTU? Or that he’s Obama’s work husband?

After ‘Meet the Press,’ Kareem Abdul Jabbar dines at the Palm

PBS Civil War drama to film in Virginia