Celebrities Are Showing Their Support for the March For Our Lives

These high school students have managed to inspire some of the most powerful celebrities.

The March For Our Lives is underway with thousands of young people expected to hit the streets of DC and other cities in the United States to demand gun reform. After the Marjory Stone Douglas High School shooting on February 14th, students both of the school and around the country have stood up and demanded action from their politicians. Rather than sitting back and letting America forget what happened to them, they’re speaking up and marching out.

And Hollywood is right behind them. With performances from stars like Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Hudson, Common, Andra Day, Miley Cyrus,and Vic Mensa, there’s no shortage of celebrity support. Broadway powerhouses Lin Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt will be in attendance to sing their song, “Found/Tonight,” which the two composed especially for the movement.

Check out the gallery below for photos from the march.

  • 1 Miley Cyrus
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    Miley posed with a sign that echos the sentiments of protesters throughout the March For Our Lives.

  • 2 Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
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    Mr & Mrs. West came out to support.

  • 3 Demi Lovato
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    Demi Lovato delivered a powerful rendition of her single, “Skyscraper” for the thousands in attendance.

  • 4 Ariana Grande
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    Ariana Grande sent a hopeful message with a performance of “Be Alright”.

  • 5 Common and Andra Day
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    Common and Andra Day teamed up with the Cardinal Shehan School choir to perform their Academy-Award nominated song, “Stand Up for Something”.

  • 6 Halsey
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    Halsey hit the protest ready to work!

  • 7 George Clooney
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    George Clooney beamed with pride as he interacted with fellow protesters.

  • 8 Amal Clooney
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    After donating $500,000 to fund the March For Our Lives with her husband, Amal Clooney hit the streets in solidarity with the movement.

  • 9 Paul McCartney
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    Sir Paul McCartney offered a simple yet optimistic message.

  • 10 Jimmy Fallon and Dennis Rodman
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    Every march deserves the randomness of this duo together.

  • 11 Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt
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    Tony award-winners Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt performed “Found/Tonight,” which they composed especially for the movement.

  • 12 Julianne Moore
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    Julianne Moore was all smiles while attending the protest.

  • 13 Vic Mensa
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    Vic Mensa paid homage to recent victims of police brutality.

  • 14 Jennifer Hudson
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    J-Hud shared the stage with some Parkland shooting survivors after a very moving performance.

  • 15 Kate Capshaw and Steven Spielberg
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    This powerhouse Hollywood couple didn’t just donate to the protest, they were there in the flesh.

  • 16 Kevin Bacon
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    Kevin Bacon was looking rather incognito but he was there to witness the power of protest.