Hillary Clinton Takes Selfies With Supporters, Gets Standing Ovation at Broadway Show

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Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a rare public appearance while taking in a Broadway show Thursday night, much to the delight of her fans who gave her an enthusiastic welcome.

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The former first lady and secretary of state sported a new haircut as she went to see a performance of Sunset Boulevard in New York City. Glenn Close is currently starring in the Broadway revival.

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As she sat in the orchestra section, theatergoers around Clinton snapped selfies with her and at the top of the performance she received a standing ovation as if she was starring in the play.

Following the performance, she posed for photos with the cast and crew backstage.

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