Welcome to the first installment of The POPular Vote: Stars will be filling us in on their pop culture preferences from now until election day in our new Q&A series.
Chelsea Clinton was 13 when she moved into the White House after dad Bill Clinton was elected president.
Now, 26 years later and a mother of two herself, the former (and possibly future) first daughter is hitting the campaign trail once again on behalf of mom Hillary Clinton, who last week became the first-ever woman nominee for president of a major political party.
So you can bet that Chelsea couldn't be prouder—and that she'll be doing all she can to get her mother elected come November.
"Growing up, conversations around the dinner table always started with what I learned in school that day," the businesswoman and activist reflected while introducing her mother last week at the Democratic National Convention.
"I remember one week, talking incessantly about a book that had captured my imagination, "A Wrinkle in Time. Only after, my parents had listened to me, would they then talk about what they were working on, education, healthcare, what was consuming their days and keeping them up at night. "I loved that my parents expected me to have opinions, and to be able to back them up with facts."
And speaking of those opinions...
While she may share Hillary Clinton's opinions when it comes to policy, Chelsea has her own preferences when it comes to all things pop culture—and we wanted to know everything!
E! News' Sibley Scoles sat down with Chelsea at the DNC in Philadelphia, where she let us know what—and who—wins her POPular Vote.
Don't miss more with Chelsea Clinton tonight on E! News at 7 & 11 p.m.