'Ugly Betty' Star's Pitch for Hillary Clinton: 'I’d Like to Netflix and Chill' With Her

PHOTO: Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign stop on Feb. 3, 2016, in Derry, N.H. PlayMatt Rourke/AP Photo
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On the eve of the Nevada caucus, actresses America Ferrera and Eva Longoria joined Hillary Clinton for a rally in the final push before voting begins on Saturday.

Ferrera, who noted she is a millennial woman and first-generation American, made an unusual pitch for supporting Clinton.

“I really think I’d like to Netflix and chill with Hillary,” Ferrera said at an outdoor amphitheater just off the Strip in in Las Vegas, adding that she’d like to have a glass of wine with her, too.

"I have a strong feeling Hillary and I could be BFFs if you'd just give me a chance,” the "Ugly Betty" star joked.

Both Hillary and Bill Clinton have admitted to binge-watching television, specifically the Netflix original "House of Cards."

Longoria also made a pitch for Clinton, calling out those who say the former secretary of state leaves them uninspired.

"If Hillary doesn't inspire you, you aren't paying attention,” she chided.

Both actresses, who in their speeches mentioned their Latina roots, touched on the idea of a political “revolution," taking a clear jab at Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who often uses that word to describe his campaign. Clinton and Sanders are neck-and-neck in the polls in Nevada, and the Clinton campaign is bracing for another potential loss in an early-voting state.

“What we don’t need in this country is a revolution. We need an evolution,” Ferrera said.

"Hillary inspired a revolution a long time ago,” Longoria added. "It’s time to be a part of it."

All three Clintons -- Hillary, Bill and Chelsea -- then took the stage alongside the two celebrities.

“I love doing things for her,” former President Clinton said about his wife. “She did things for me for a very long time.”

Hillary Clinton delivered her standard stump speech, but continued to go after Sanders for his policy proposals.

“I don’t want to over-promise,” she said. “I will not make promises I cannot keep.”