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Hollywood Stars to leave America if McCain becomes President

Star couple Heidi Klum and Seal have threatened to take their kids and leave America if Republican candidate John McCain wins the US Presidential election.

Seal, 45, dropped the bombshell in an interview with Vanity Fair, in which he revealed: “If McCain is elected and America staggers on further towards the abyss, then we will leave the country. That is not a problem for us.”

Although the British singer, who can’t vote in the forthcoming election, doesn’t idolise McCain's Democratic rival Barack Obama, 47,  like some of his other fans, he did admit: “There is no doubt that he is a great man, and I would put a cross next to his name immediately, if I could.”

The soul legend is certain, however, that America is set for change. He said the interested and politicised youth have “had enough of the atrocities of the Bush administration” and are ashamed of their President.

“The health system is a catastrophe, the economy has hit rock bottom, and Bush has forced his country through lies into an unnecessary and horrible war,” Seal said in the interview.

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