Celebrities Join Women’s Marches Around the World

Stars came out in huge numbers to the global protests.

By Jasmine Washington

Donald Trump’s first two days as president have been met by huge worldwide protests. Millions of women came out to voice their displeasure with Trump, who has a well-documented history of being offensive towards women. It’s safe to say that women’s rights will be one of the most important issues at stake during the Trump era.

On Saturday (January 21) protestors converged on nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington D.C. in an attempt to prove to the newly inaugurated POTUS, that “women’s rights are human’s rights.” A number of “sister marches” took place globally in cities like, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Paris and London.

Celebrities like Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Madonna (who might’ve dropped an ’F’ bomb on live TV), Alicia Keys and a slew of other Hollywood stars proudly took part in this public act of solidarity.

Check out some of your fave celebs attending the Women’s Marches here.

  • 1 Yandy Smith
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    The Love & Hip Hop star was in D.C. to stand in solidarity with her sisters in the movement.

  • 2 Chrissy Teigen
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    We all know Chrissy has had very public social media battles with Donald Trump so her presence in Washington was no surprise.

  • 3 Emma Watson
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    A proud women’s rights activist, Watson proudly looked on during the protest in Washington, D.C.

  • 4 Alicia Keys
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    A. Keys kept protesters in the nation’s capital rocking while she performed her single “Girl on Fire.”

  • 5 Alicia Keys and Cher
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    These two superstars are always ready to stand up for women.

  • 6 Amy Schumer
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    You knew the always candid comedian wasn’t going to miss out on being in Washington D.C.

  • 7 Angela Davis
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    The acclaimed civil rights activist delivered a passionate speech at the historic event in D.C.

  • 8 Ashley Judd
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    The self-proclaimed “nasty woman” brought all the energy to Washington D.C.

  • 9 Carrie Black
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    The Orange is the New Black star couldn’t help but flex during a photo opp with protestors in DC.

  • 10 Peter and Benjamin Bratt
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    Meanwhile in Park City, Utah the Bratt brothers were there to support at one of the sister marches.

  • 11 Chelsea Handler
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    The snow couldn’t keep the comedian and her pink “p*ssyhat” from the march in Park City.

  • 12 Chloe Grace Moretz and Jessica Chastain
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    These gal pals were all smiles at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.

  • 13 Cynthia Nixon
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    The Sex in the City star offered some encouraging words at the Women’s March in New York.

  • 14 Sophia Bush, Uzo Aduba and America Ferrera
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    Clearly this trio of actresses drew some inspiration from the great Meryl Streep as they attended the protests in Washington.

  • 15 Fran Drescher
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    The Women’s March on Washington left actress Fran Drescher with a huge smile.

  • 16 Get ’em girls!
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    Debbie Mazur, Gloria Steinem, Madonna and Amy Schumer posed for an epic group flick at the Women’s March on Washington.

  • 17 Helen Mirren
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    The English actress was a proud New Yorker for the day as she got the crowd going in the Big Apple.

  • 18 Jason Sudeikis and Marisa Tomei
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    Women certainly took over Washington, but kudos to all the men who had the ladies’ back.

  • 19 Hope Solo and Jerramy Stevens
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    The U.S. soccer and her husband were sending a message of equality at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C.

  • 20 Senator Cory Booker and Katy Perry
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    This California girl made a new friend in Washington D.C.

  • 21 Janelle Monae
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    The Hidden Figures star delivered a fierce speech and performed at the Women’s March on Washington.

  • 22 Madonna
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    As usual Madge had no chill at the Women’s March on Washington, where she dropped ’f’ bombs during her speech while it was being broadcast on live television.

  • 23 Marcia Gay Harden
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    The Code Black actress got an up close look at the massive turn out in Los Angeles.

  • 24 Maxwell
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    Which one of his classic songs do you think this Grammy winner performed in Washington? If you said “This Woman’s Worth,” you got it!

  • 25 Maria Bello
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    The actress braved the cold to hit Park City, Utah’s Women’s March.

  • 26 Miley Cyrus and Jane Fonda
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    Miley was in the trenches with the women in L.A.

  • 27 Rosie Perez
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    The Brooklyn native demanded respect from President Trump’s administration during her speech at the Women’s March in New York.

  • 28 Scarlett Johansson
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    The Avengers star went to D.C. to put up a fight to save Planned Parenthood.

  • 29 Whoopi Goldberg
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    You can put the OG Whoopi Goldberg at the top of the list of Donald Trump detractors, so it’s no surprise she was fro and center in NYC.

  • 30 Charlize Theron
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    Here’s another celeb who braved the weather conditions in Park City, Utah to stand with her fellow woman.

  • 31 Tracee Ellis Ross, Alfre Woodard, and Yara Shahidi
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    You’re looking at three generations of girl power.

  • 32 James Franco
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    We detect no lies in this sign Mr. Franco held up at the Los Angeles march.

  • 33 Jamie Lee Curtis
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    A true vet in the fight for women’s rights was in attendance in L.A.

  • 34 Debbie Allen and Kerry Washington
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    Two of our faves held it down at the sister march in Los Angeles.

  • 35 Laverne Cox
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    The groundbreaking actress reminded protesters in Los Angeles about pushing forward in the face of opposition.

  • 36 Laura Dern
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    Here’s another celebrity that put the festivities at Sundance Film Festival on hold to support an important cause in Park City, Utah.

  • 37 Natalie Portman
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    The very pregnant actress spoke at the rally in L.A.

Although Donald Trump has taken the oath of office of POTUS, watch as Love & Hip Hop stars bid farewell to Obama in the video below.