Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 27 : Legendary musician Stevie Wonder launched into his 1980's rendition of 'Happy Birthday' as he met up with the Democratic presidential candidate, during an interview, on her 69th birthday.
In an interview on 'The Breakfast Club', the 66-year-old Grammy winner, wearing a 'first female prez' custom jacket, stopped by to offer a special treat to Clinton, reports E! Online.
To get the icon to sing, the hosts jokingly offered him 40 dollars, but Wonder told them to keep their money and launched into his 1980 track, 'Happy Birthday' while Clinton was all smiles as she applauded the star.
Besides Wonder, the former senator is openly supported by numbers of other celebrities including Katy Perry, John Legend, Amy Schumer, Adele, Meryl Streep, Lady Gaga, George Clooney, Salma Hayek and many others.