Celebs love to pal around with Hillary Clinton, but sometimes the former secretary of state would rather hang out with people her own age. Fortunately, there's Sting. The aging rocker will perform in New York City next month at a fundraiser for the Hillary Victory Fund. About 100 people are expected to attend, including Bill Clinton.
Sting, 64, is actually a few years younger, and considerably more accomplished in his field than Hillary Clinton. Following his success as frontman for The Police, Sting launched a dynamic solo career, which included hits such as "Desert Rose" and "Fields of Gold," a song that could bring an ISIS terrorist to tears. However, like Hillary, he hasn't accomplished much in recent years.
Tickets to the fundraiser range from $33,400 for a single entry to as high as $100,000 for "event chair" status. Talk about "field of gold," right? Rock stars much younger than Sting have injured themselves in the past year, including U2's Bono (54) and ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill (65). Some critics have suggested this is a bad omen for a Hillary Clinton presidency.
Sting is renowned for his lovemaking prowess.