Celebrities turned up in incredible droves across the United States on Saturday, January 21 to participate in the cross-national Women's March movement.

From A-list movie stars to global pop stars, celebrity allies of every gender, sexual orientation and racial background came together with hundreds of thousands of everyday citizens in a display of solidarity and inter-sectional feminism, as well as a rallying cry against the insidious xenophobic, sexist and racist rhetoric of Donald Trump's administration.

In Washington, D.C., women like Madonna, Amy Schumer, Janelle Monae, Katy Perry, Alicia Keys and Scarlett Johansson took to the podium to speak and/or perform, while Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart and Chelsea Handler hit the streets in Park City, Utah.

In Los Angeles, Tracee Ellis-Ross, Rowan Blanchard, Demi Lovato, Jane Fonda, Mandy Moore and Natalie Portman participated, while Rihanna, Courteney Cox, Whoopi Goldberg, Helen Mirren and so many others took to the streets in New York City.

Below, see social media posts from a mere handful of the countless celebrities who came out to support the Women's March on Saturday:


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