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CELEBS SHOW SUPPORT FOR THE MARCH

Countless celebrities lent their voices to the Women's March on Washington and its sister rallies this Saturday—the day following Donald Trump's inauguration. The event, which drew approximately 2.9m participants nationwide, is being called the biggest protest in U.S. history. 

Alicia Keys
and Janelle Monae spoke and performed in D.C., and Madonna delivered a fiery speech (as well as some songs, including "Express Yourself" and "Human Nature").

And many stars, such as Barbra StreisandMiley Cyrus and Demi Lovato, came out in force for the L.A. gathering, which some sources are claiming drew crowds of approximately 750k. Moby DJ'd, and Juliette LewisU2’s The EdgeThe Go-Go's Abby Travis and Rage Against the Machine’s Brad Wilk performed together, notably delivering a performance of “Pride (In the Name of Love).”

Of course, many other members of the music community spoke outwardly about their involvement and/or marched in solidarity.

Actors and tastemakers Jane Fonda, Natalie Portman, Jamie Lee Curtis, America FerreraScarlett Johansson, Helen Hunt, Emma Watson and Laverne Cox were also among the participants.

See a selection of clips and posts from online below:







 

@happyhippiefdn @womensmarch @womensmarchla #womensmarchla #WMLA #whyimarch #hearourvoice #hh4pp

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on

 

The beginning of today's #womensmarch at #Sundance

A photo posted by John Legend (@johnlegend) on

 

We march together

A photo posted by P!NK (@pink) on

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