Stars Comment on Social Media Before Tonight's Presidential Debate

PHOTO: (L-R) Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Reno, Nevada, Aug. 25, 2016 and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Phoenix, Aug. 31, 2016.PlayAP Photo
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Tonight's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is must-see TV, and many celebrities will be watching from home, as well as from the front row.

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Billionaire entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" co-star Mark Cuban has confirmed that he will be taking a front-row seat at the debate at Hofstra University on Long Island in New York to cheer on Team Hillary.

"Obviously, I'm a not a Trump fan. I am a Clinton fan," Cuban told ABC News today at the red carpet season premiere of "Shark Tank." "I think she'd make a great president.

"I don't think he's got the skill set," he said about Trump. "Let's put it this way, if he came on 'Shark Tank,' I wouldn't make the investment. I just don't see him as being capable in the least bit."

Trump quickly responded to the news by tweeting that he was considering inviting Gennifer Flowers, the variety show performer who famously had an affair with Bill Clinton before he became president.

Although Trump's campaign manager told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that Trump did not actually invite Flowers, it seems she was willing to accept the invitation.

Meanwhile, other celebrities are gearing up to watch the first debate between the two candidates. Here's what they are saying on social media: