What do Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney have in common? According to Donald Trump, they're "not hot anymore."

During his campaign rally Wednesday in Tampa, Fla., the Republican presidential nominee said the celebrities who have been hosting glitzy fundraisers for Hillary Clinton at their private mansions are no longer the cream of the crop in Hollywood.

"Her supporters have very little enthusiasm. The only people enthusiastic about her campaign are Hollywood celebrities, in many cases celebrities who aren't very hot anymore ..." Trump told his supporters.

He noted that "Wall Street donors, special interests [and] lobbyists who want to control government not to the benefit of our country but to the benefit of their wallet" are also the primary contributors to his Democratic opponent's campaign.

Clinton spent Tuesday evening at the Hollywood Hills home of Justin Timberlake and his wife, actress Jessica Biel, where the duo hosted a $33,400-per-guest dinner. The gathering was co-hosted by actress Jennifer Aniston, producer Shonda Rhimes and a handful of other celebrities.

The former secretary of state attended a separate fundraiser at the home of NBA legend Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie, on Monday. Clinton is expected to attend eight fundraisers during her three-day swing through the Golden State.