Women’s March on the world: 25 celebs who made their voices heard


Yesterday, millions of men, women and children from around the world took to the streets for the Women’s March.

With the original intent of marching in Washington D.C. to protest Donald Trump’s discriminatory message throughout his presidential campaign, word quickly spread, and hundreds of thousands of people wanted to rally for the cause.

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We were proud to walk the streets of Dublin yesterday alongside thousands of you, and it seems we weren’t the only ones.

Famous faces from all across the globe also got their walking shoes on and have been flooding our social media with inspirational messages ever since.

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Here are just some of those who made their voices heard.

1. Amy Schumer


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2. Lena Dunham

3. Alicia Keys

4. Joseph Gordon-Levitt


Tons of people marching here in LA. #WomensMarch

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5. Madonna


Express Yourself……………So you can Respect Yourself.On Stage at the Women's March In D.C.

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6. Rihanna


So proud to be a woman!! So proud of the women around the world who came together today for pro-choice!

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7. Pink


We march together

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8. Helen Mirren


this is amazing!

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9. James Franco


LA was alive today.Love, love, love. And don't stop standing up, ever.

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10. Chrissy Teigen



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11. Charlize Theron


Representing here at Sundance! #womensmarch #marchonmain

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12. Drew Barrymore


I love women. I live for my two daughters. And I am full of pride and unity with all women today.

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13. Miley Cyrus


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

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14. Mark Ruffalo


Yip. Well said. Borrowed sign from @dorisfullgrabe design by @dirtybandits #womensmarch Nyc

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15. Uzo Aduba


Sisters and sisterhood. #womensmarch

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16. Jessica Chastain

17. John Legend



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18. Nicole Richie


Standing with my sisters today and EVERYDAY

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19. America Ferrera


Thank you @peetigga for this picture that captures our joy and readiness! W/ my love @ryanpierswilliams #lovearmy #womensmarch #dc

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20. Nick Offerman

21. Sophia Bush


"We are Lady Liberty."@womensmarch

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22. Mandy Moore

23. Seth Rogen

24. Gina Rodriguez

25. Brie Larson