Plus: Tina Fey opens up about what she has planned if the vice presidential candidate makes it into the White House

By Emmet Sullivan
Updated October 13, 2008 12:25 PM
Credit: Pool, R. J. Sangosti/AP; Fred Prouser/Reuters/Landov

Hank Williams Jr. may have a new number one fan: Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

The country star, who is performing at a campaign event in Virginia for Palin and Sen. John McCain on Monday, got a call on his cell phone from Palin, according to

“Huge fan,” Palin said, admitting that she owns all of Williams’s albums. The two also bonded over one of their favorite shared pastimes, moose hunting.

“I hunt moose,” Palin told him.

“I hunt moose, too,” Williams said. “I have a house in Montana.”

The Alaska governor promised to hang out with Williams and go moose hunting together after Election Day.

Palin, however, didn’t get the same kind of love from Tina Fey, who does a spot on impression of her on Saturday Night Live. Fey, 38, says the impressions will come to an end if Palin and McCain win.

“If she wins, I’m done,” Fey told TV Guide. “I can’t do that for four years. And by ‘I’m done,’ I mean I’m leaving Earth.”