34 Celebrities Who Showed Their Support for the Women's March
Say what you will about our nation’s current state, but citizens are certainly coming together. One of the most prominent examples? Hollywood’s involvement in the historic Women’s March on Washington, which was attended by over 500,000 people, per the Los Angeles Times. And celebrities showed up en masse to express their solidarity with women everywhere—Katy Perry, Tracee Ellis Ross, And America Ferrera are just a few of the names taking to the streets.
The anticipation has been building for months, and over the past few days especially, social media has been abuzz with talk of the momentous event. Like many of her peers, Beyoncé made her support known. "Together with Chime for Change, we raise our voices as mothers, as artists, and as activists. As #GlobalCitizens, we can make our voices heard and turn awareness into meaningful action and positive change.#WomensMarch," Queen Bey posted on Facebook this week.
Women (and men!) in Hollywood are strutting their support in the D.C. march as well as the many sister events happening around the country and in other parts of the world. Chelsea Handler, for one, lead a march at Sundance, and across the pond, both Victoria and David Beckham expressed their support via Instagram, while back home, Demi Lovato et al. showed their sisterhood on Twitter.
Below, some of the celebrities who are making their voices heard.
On Jan. 12, the Orange Is the New Black star tweeted her support, writing: "Unity. Protection. Power. Progress. WOMEN RISE UP. Join us at the @womensmarch on Jan 21. Solidarity. Now. #WomensMarch."
In addition to attending the march, the outspoken actress is also the chair of the event's Artists' Committee.
The vocal Oscar winner told Vanity Fair, "I think this march on D.C. is a really natural response for a lot of people. People just instinctively booked tickets."
The OITNB star took to Twitter on Jan. 12, writing: "#WomensMarch Jan 21st. Let's stand together!"
The talk show host is leading a sister march at the Sundance Film Festival. "We have an opportunity right now to stand together and use our voices to fight for the very rights women fought for and won years ago," she told The Hollywood Reporter.
Discussing her plans to attend Saturday's march, ScarJo said, “It is my duty as an American citizen to exercise my rights, make my voice heard and stand up for what I believe in,”
The icon has vocalized her support of the march on Twitter.
On Jan. 20, Lakshmi reminded Twitter followers that she would be attending the march on Washington.
The actress is a member of the march's Artists' Table.
The chart-topping singer attended the march on Saturday, sharing on Instagram:“I march today because I am not afraid anymore and I hope I can be an example of fearlessness and resilience. I will not let anyone suppress me, silence me or clip my wings.”
"As soon as I heard the announcement that a march was happening, I committed myself to going," Messing told Yahoo Beauty, "I’m definitely marching."
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The young actress pledged her support last week on Instagram.
The actress and model is a member of the march's Artists' Table.
Last week, the comedian shared her decision to march on Washington with her Instagram followers, writing: "See you at the@womensmarch in D.C. On Jan 21!#whyimarch Because women's rights are human rights. There are many reasons I'm marching. This is a big one."
"See you there!" Chastain wrote on Instagram in reference to the march.
Guirra is a member of the march's Artists' Table.
The celebrated feminist is an honorary co-chair for the march on Washington.
Zendaya shared her support of the march with a graphic she posted to Instagram last week. "See you there. #WomensMarch on Washington January 21st 9am-4pm," she wrote.
"Having a march in Washington that is headlined and frontlined and led by women is a statement about the patriarchal standards that we don’t even see because they are so woven into the fabric of our existence," Wu told The Hollywood Reporter.
Walker is a member of the march's Artists' Table.
Wilde encouraged all to take part in the march via Instagram, writing, "We work peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all. Join the movement! Men are welcome!"
Bee will attend Saturday's march.
The Catastrophe star pledged his support to the London Women's March.
This week, Chung tagged the Women's March in an Instagram photo of herself wearing an "In Solidarity" tee.
According to this tweet, Cox will march in Los Angeles.
The Queen of Pop shared her support for the march (and Nike?) in an NSFW Instagram post.
"#WomensMarch is beautiful. Well balanced, reasoned, and life affirming. Please consider supporting or attending!" the Spotlight actor tweeted on Monday.
"Calling all defenders of human rights to join the @womensmarch on Jan 21! #WomensMarch," the Scandal star tweeted on Wednesday.
"Proud to move with the @womensmarch this January 21st, raising my voice for honesty, truth, and compassion against injustice, lying and greed. #whyimarch#WomensMarch," the Oscar-winner wrote on Instagram.
Monáe will perform at Saturday's march on Washington.
"i was going to go to sundance to support john tomorrow but feeling compelled to support my fellow women. see you at the women's march, DC," Teigen announced on Friday via Twitter.