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Photos of Celebrities at Women’s Marches Around the World

One day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president, protestors took to the streets of Washington, D.C. — and other cities around the world — in opposition of the reality star’s policies not just on women’s rights but human rights. While celebrities stayed away from the inauguration, they came out in droves for the Women’s Marches with Amy Schumer, Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson, Katy Perry, Amy Poehler, Chelsea Handler, Madonna, Lena Dunham, America Ferrera, and Ashley Judd among those lending their voices to the cause. And, yes, many of them rocked pink pussy hats.

Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson flashed a grin at the D.C. march, where she was also a speaker about her experience with Planned Parenthood. (Photo: Reuters)

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Amy Schumer

Also in the capital? Amy Schumer, who arrived with her friends dressed in NASA gear. “March like everyone’s watching,” she wrote. (Photo: Instagram)

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Amber Tamblyn and Amy Schumer

Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants actress Amber Tamblyn quipped, “NASA’s finest @amyschumer.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Samantha Ronson, Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler, who was hanging with Samantha Ronson and Amber Tamblyn, also marched, repping for Smart Girls everywhere. (Photo: Amber Rose Tamblyn/Instagram)

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Amy Poehler and Lena Dunham

Poehler also selfied with Girls actress Lena Dunham, who captioned this photo, “Parks & Menstruation.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd was also among the speakers in D.C. She read a poem about “nasty women” and spoke about the sexual assault allegations against Trump. (Photo: Ashley Judd/Instagram)

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Cher

Cher, who was protesting in NYC days earlier, also went to the capital. “I want to give support and let people know that this was important enough for me to come and hear them and help them,“ she told People magazine. ” I want people to know that, as a group, we can change things,” (Photo: AP Photo/Sait Serkan Gurbuz)

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Jake Gyllenhaal and Maggie Gyllenhaal

Siblings Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal made the protest a family affair. They were in D.C. together. (Photo: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)

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Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain had more than enough credentials to get her into the D.C. march. (Photo: Instagram)

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Ariana Grande

Here’s pop singer Ariana Grande in a bus en route to the march, which she planned to attend with her mom and grandma. (Photo: Ariana Grande/Instagram)

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Melissa Benoist

Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist had a custom sign that said, “Hey Donald, Don’t try to grab my p**** it’s made of steel.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Debra Messing

The Will & Grace alum wore a pink “meow” hat as she traveled to the march with pal Ali Wentworth. (Photo: Debra Messing/Instagram)

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Lena Dunham

Lena made a point to show off her shirt, which said, “Women are powerful and dangerous.” (Photo: Lena Dunham/Instagram)

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Jennifer Beals, Chelsea Handler, Mary McCormack, and Charlize Theron

The Chelsea host organized the sister march in Sundance, where many stars are attending the Sundance Film Festival, and rallied her buddies, including Charlize Theron, Jennifer Beals, and Mary McCormack, for their snowy walk on Main Street. (Photo: Getty Images)

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Chelsea Handler

Handler, giving fellow protesters a hug while rocking a Planned Parenthood hat, said of organizing the march, “If there’s anything I learned in the last year, it’s that we need to be louder and stronger than ever about what we believe in, so I joined some incredible women from around the country to bring our voices together in the streets of Park City.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Charlize Theron

“Representing here at Sundance!” the Oscar winner wrote along with this selfie. (Photo: Charlize Theron/Instagram)

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Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart, who talked about Donald Trump’s bizarre obsession with her, also marched in Park City. (Photo: The Park Record/Twitter)

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Nick Offerman

“I’m a nasty girl,” wrote Parks and Rec alum Nick Offerman, looking fetching in his pussy hat in Utah. (Photo: Twitter)

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John Legend

While Chrissy Teigen flew to Washington to be at the main event, John Legend made sure to pound the snowy pavement back in Utah. (Photo: Amy Kaufman/Twitter)

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Laura Dern

Laura Dern, who was also in Park City, carried a poster demanding “justice for all. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Charlize Theron

Charlize wiped away a tear while listening to the powerful speeches in Park City (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Jurnee Smollett-Bell and John Legend

Legend also marched with Jurnee Smollett-Bell. (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Benjamin Bratt

Benjamin Bratt held a “Dolores” button for Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta. She was slated to speak at the march in Washington, but the documentary about her life, Dolores, was accepted into the film festival so she went there instead. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Ian McKellen

There was an Ian McKellen sighting at the march in London. (Photo: Twitter)

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Gillian Anderson

The X-Files actress brought along her daughter, Piper, to march in London. “Proud to be one of many today,” she wrote. (Photo: Twitter)

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Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain had more than enough credentials to get her into the D.C. march. (Photo: Instagram)

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Ariana Grande

Here’s pop singer Ariana Grande in a bus en route to the march, which she planned to attend with her mom and grandma. (Photo: Ariana Grande/Instagram)

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Melissa Benoist

Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist had a custom sign that said, “Hey Donald, Don’t try to grab my p**** it’s made of steel.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Debra Messing

The Will & Grace alum wore a pink “meow” hat as she traveled to the march with pal Ali Wentworth. (Photo: Debra Messing/Instagram)

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Lena Dunham

Lena made a point to show off her shirt, which said, “Women are powerful and dangerous.” (Photo: Lena Dunham/Instagram)

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Jennifer Beals, Chelsea Handler, Mary McCormack, and Charlize Theron

The Chelsea host organized the sister march in Sundance, where many stars are attending the Sundance Film Festival, and rallied her buddies, including Charlize Theron, Jennifer Beals, and Mary McCormack, for their snowy walk on Main Street. (Photo: Getty Images)

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Chelsea Handler

Handler, giving fellow protesters a hug while rocking a Planned Parenthood hat, said of organizing the march, “If there’s anything I learned in the last year, it’s that we need to be louder and stronger than ever about what we believe in, so I joined some incredible women from around the country to bring our voices together in the streets of Park City.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Charlize Theron

“Representing here at Sundance!” the Oscar winner wrote along with this selfie. (Photo: Charlize Theron/Instagram)

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Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart, who talked about Donald Trump’s bizarre obsession with her, also marched in Park City. (Photo: The Park Record/Twitter)

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Nick Offerman

“I’m a nasty girl,” wrote Parks and Rec alum Nick Offerman, looking fetching in his pussy hat in Utah. (Photo: Twitter)

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John Legend

While Chrissy Teigen flew to Washington to be at the main event, John Legend made sure to pound the snowy pavement back in Utah. (Photo: Amy Kaufman/Twitter)

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Laura Dern

Laura Dern, who was also in Park City, carried a poster demanding “justice for all. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Charlize Theron

Charlize wiped away a tear while listening to the powerful speeches in Park City (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Jurnee Smollett-Bell and John Legend

Legend also marched with Jurnee Smollett-Bell. (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Benjamin Bratt

Benjamin Bratt held a “Dolores” button for Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta. She was slated to speak at the march in Washington, but the documentary about her life, Dolores, was accepted into the film festival so she went there instead. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Ian McKellen

There was an Ian McKellen sighting at the march in London. (Photo: Twitter)

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Gillian Anderson

The X-Files actress brought along her daughter, Piper, to march in London. “Proud to be one of many today,” she wrote. (Photo: Twitter)

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John Legend

While Chrissy Teigen flew to Washington to be at the main event, John Legend made sure to pound the snowy pavement back in Utah. (Photo: Amy Kaufman/Twitter)

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Laura Dern

Laura Dern, who was also in Park City, carried a poster demanding “justice for all. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Charlize wiped away a tear while listening to the powerful speeches in Park City (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Jurnee Smollett-Bell and John Legend

Legend also marched with Jurnee Smollett-Bell. (Photo: George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Benjamin Bratt

Benjamin Bratt held a “Dolores” button for Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta. She was slated to speak at the march in Washington, but the documentary about her life, Dolores, was accepted into the film festival so she went there instead. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Ian McKellen

There was an Ian McKellen sighting at the march in London. (Photo: Twitter)

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Gillian Anderson

The X-Files actress brought along her daughter, Piper, to march in London. “Proud to be one of many today,” she wrote. (Photo: Twitter)

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Benjamin Bratt

Benjamin Bratt held a “Dolores” button for Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta. She was slated to speak at the march in Washington, but the documentary about her life, Dolores, was accepted into the film festival so she went there instead. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)

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Ian McKellen

There was an Ian McKellen sighting at the march in London. (Photo: Twitter)

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Gillian Anderson

The X-Files actress brought along her daughter, Piper, to march in London. “Proud to be one of many today,” she wrote. (Photo: Twitter)

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All the best Pres. Obama & Joe Biden memes floating around the internet right now

Instagram and Twitter are full of President Obama and Joe Biden memes right now, so we’ve rounded ‘em up.

A tribute

Thank you, Internet, for creating these #JoeBama memes. It’s a bromance we’ll never forget. Originally published Nov. 2016 and updated March 2017.

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Eight years

This one is Joe Biden’s favorite, according to Moneyish.

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Who’s texting?

We’re not “together,” Joe.

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Retirement plans

Fantastic idea, Joe.

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Where’s the salt?

Don’t get salty, Joe.

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Nerf guns

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Mocking Bill

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Pranks

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Violent behavior

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Last-minute candidates

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Biden’s speech

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Wi-fi prank

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Don’t leave, Joe

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Smile and wave

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Take the seasoning

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Shh

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Stand back, Barack

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Loyal Joe

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Tiny hands burn

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Fake birth certificate

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What’s the password?

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Take the towels, Joe

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Joe’s fear of spiders

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Just stop, Joe

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Calm down, Joe

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This seat taken?

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Adopt Joe

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Subtitles prank

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David S. Pumpkins

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A 'Hamilton’ reference

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A cookie for Joe

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Biden My Time

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Updog

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Sleepover

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Pens

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Knuckle

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Hold Hands

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Joe Biden Obama Meme Wave

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Bro.

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And a bonus meme

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Pin it!

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The coolest cosplay at BlizzCon 2016

Blizzard Entertainment’s annual convention is a love letter to its millions of fans, who fill the Anaheim Convention Center to capacity to play games, watch tournaments, and show off some insanely impressive homemade costumes. Here are some of our faves from BlizzCon 2016.

Reinhardt from Overwatch

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D.Va from Overwatch

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Chromie from World of Warcraft

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Murlocs

(Ben Silverman)

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Genji and Ana from Overwatch

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Diablo Crusader

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Skycap’n Kragg from Hearthstone

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Horadrim and Barbarian from Diablo

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Jaina Proudmoore

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Hanzo from Overwatch

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Illidan Stormrage

(Nikki Butts)

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Pharah from Overwatch

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Soldier: 76 from Overwatch

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Grommash Hellscream from World of Warcraft

This imposing orc won the top prize at BlizzCon’s annual cosplay contest.(Blizzard)

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Varian Wrynn from World of Warcraft

The runner-up at BlizzCon 2016’s cosplay contest.(Blizzard)

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Elune from World of Warcraft

Third place at BlizzCon 2016 went to Elune. (Blizzard)

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Arthas Menethil from Warcraft

Fourth place at BlizzCon 2016. (Blizzard)

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From Helen Mirren to James Franco: 36 celebrities who took part in the Women's March

Yesterday, millions of men, women and children across the globe took part in a Women’s March, flocking to Los Angeles, Washington and London to protest Donald Trump’s controversial presidency and demand equal rights for women.

The peaceful protests were a huge success, and among the millions of everyday people who took part, more than a few famous faces grabbed their best placards and joined the march for women’s rights.

From Sir Ian McKellen to Helen Mirren to James Franco to Emma Watson – here are just a few of the celebrities who showcased their support for, and unity with, women everywhere:

Women’s March 2017

SO MANY famous faces joined the march for equality:

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Sir Ian McKellen

Sir Ian McKellen wins ALL of the points for his amazing placard.

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Emma Watson

As the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador and HeForShe spokesperson, nobody was too surprised when actress Emma Watson showcased her support.

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Madonna

Madonna was always going to be at the front of any march for women’s equality, right?

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Pink

She may have only just given birth to her son, but Pink and her husband, Cary, and their two children were eager to join the protests.

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Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren couldn’t resist taking a cheeky selfie as she proudly protested alongside millions of other women.

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Charlotte Church

Charlotte Church slayed with this A+ placard.

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Joseph Gordon Levitt

Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt has always been an advocate for women’s rights and proudly joined the Los Angeles march.

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Katy Perry

Katy Perry was joined by her boyfriend, Orlando Bloom, as she protested.

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Rihanna

Rihanna shared this stealthy photo to Instagram after joining the march.

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Chrissy Teigen

The gorgeous Chrissy Teigen documented her day at the Los Angeles march on social media.

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John Legend

John Legend joined his wife, Chrissy Teigen, for the Los Angeles march.

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Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart was spotted supporting the cause.

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Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer

Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer reunited at the New York City march.

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James Franco

James Franco joined the Los Angeles march, writing: “Don’t stop standing up. Ever.”

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Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys wrote: ” I’m proud of everyone all over the world who gathered with such dignity and strength to send the message that we won’t stop until we are heard!”

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Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron seamlessly blended in with the crowds as she marched for women.

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Amber Rose

Amber Rose has always been an advocate for women’s rights, previously organising LA’s infamous ‘Slut Walk’.

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Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore shared this adorable photo of her husband and daughter marching, gushing about the pride she felt for the pair.

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Demi Lovato and The Edge

Demi Lovato rather randomly met up with U2’s The Edge at the Los Angeles march.

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Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande was spotted with her beloved ‘nonna’ and later took to Instagram to gush about how the march had filled her heart with “hope”.

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Kesha

Anybody else a bit in love with Kesha’s jumper?

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Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus was in her element as she protested in Los Angeles.

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Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo admitted to borrowing somebody else’s placard for this incredible photo.

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Chris Colfer

Actor Chris Colfer thanked the women who had shaped his life as he marched for equality.

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Suki Waterhouse

Model Suki Waterhouse joined in the protests.

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Bella Thorne

Actress Bella Thorne joined the main march in Washington.

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Emily Ratajkowski

No stranger to being on the receiving end of slutshaming, the gorgeous Emily Ratajkowski was always going to join the march for equality.

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Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal was spotted marching alongside his sister, Maggie.

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Gemma Styles

Harry Styles has always been an outspoken feminist, although he appeared to give the London march a miss his sister Gemma was there representing the family.

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Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain donned her finest ‘Nasty Woman’ t-shirt for the anti-Trump protest.

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Kaya Scodelario and Ben Walker

We absolutely LOVE Kaya and Ben’s ‘Feminist In The Making’ sign made for their newborn son.

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Lin Manuel Miranda

The brains behind hit musical Hamilton, Lin Manuel Miranda, marched in London alongside his wife.

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Kim Cattrall

Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall previously protested for the rights of women everywhere.

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Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie wrote: “Standing with my sisters today and EVERYDAY.”

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Nev Schulman

Catfish star Nev Schulman joined the protest as his co-host, Max Joseph, also shared his support on social media.

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Rowan Blanchard

She may only be 15 years old but actress Rowan Blanchard delivered an empowering speech to the Los Angeles crowds.

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Ariel Winter’s 19 Sexiest Social Snaps

Ariel Winter may star in Modern Family, but if she wants to quit her day job, she could definitely be a social media star. To celebrate Ariel’s 19th birthday on Jan. 28, take a look at 19 of her most “confident” Instagram looks.

LBD

Ariel Winter knows you can never go wrong with black. The Modern Family star looked gorgeous in this form-fitting lingerie-like number. (Photo: Instagram)

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Big fan

Shouldn’t every day be Burt Reynolds day? “I have a Burt shirt and you don’t #throwinshade,” Winter captioned this revealing shot. (Photo: Instagram)

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She’s got legs

No pants, no problem! The actress opted to show off her lace-up shoes and peekaboo shirt in this racy snap. (Photo: Instagram)

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I’m on a boat

The actress thanked her followers by posting this pic of her driving a boat. “2 million!!!” she exclaimed. “Wow! I can’t believe it…love you guys so much #thankyou #love.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Come hither

The young star posted this alluring shot while promoting her Instagram chat. (Photo: Instagram)

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Graduation day

Ariel donned a daring bandage dress for her high school graduation party. (Photo: Instagram)

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Strike a pose

If you see a rock on the beach, can you really walk by and not hold an impromptu photo shoot? (Photo: Instagram)

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She wears short shorts

These shorts were made for wearin’! Ariel gave fans a glimpse of her short-shorts before a night out on the town. (Photo: Instagram)

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Kick them daisies

This girl loves her Daisy Dukes … and a good mirror selfie! “Might ride some [horses] today,” she shared. Wish we could’ve seen that! (Photo: Instagram)

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Full moon

If you can peel your eyes away from that view — and we don’t mean the water — Ariel would like ya’ll to know “there are stingrays in the water.” (Photo: Instagram)

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Double trouble

Miss Winter put her assets on display (as usual) at Coachella. (Photo: Instagram)

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SOS

Ariel did her best Kylie Jenner impression in this photo she captioned “SOS.” Indeed … this outfit’s on fire. (Photo: Instagram)

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Sun your buns

Hey … if you’ve got it, flaunt it. (Photo: Instagram)

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Ariel-Winter-18

This is Ariel’s “ready to relax at the spa” look. (Photo: Instagram)

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Easter best

Ariel popped a prim and proper pose in the photo she shared wishing her followers a happy Easter. (Photo: Instagram) https://www.instagram.com/p/BDdJEFZkxRC/?taken-by=arielwinter

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Easy A

Naturally, the actress opted for a sexy Halloween costume. (Photo: Instagram)

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Trick or treat

For another Halloween bash, she dressed as a Playboy bunny. (Photo: Instagram)

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Cheeky

This girl loves to get cheeky (literally) on the ‘gram. “Will always look back… at this #4thofJuly,” she shared. (Photo: Instagram)

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Birthday suit

Ariel donned this bedazzled one-piece for her 18th birthday. We can’t wait to see what she wears to celebrate her 19th. (Photo: Instagram)

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Miss France wins 65th Miss Universe pageant

Iris Mittenaere from France won the 65th Miss Universe title on Monday (30 Jan). She beat 85 other contestants who competed in the pageant that was held in Manila, the Philippines.

The show was again hosted by US comedian Steve Harvey, who fortunately announced the right winner in this year’s pageant. Harvey made humiliating gaffe last year when he mistakenly announced Miss Colombia instead of Miss Philippines as the winner.

Mittenaere, 23, is studying to become a dentist and comes from a small town called Lille, located in Northern France.

The second runner-up spot went to Andrea Tovar, 23, from Colombia while the first runner-up went to Raquel Pelissier, 25, from Haiti.

The finalists who made it to the top six were France, Kenya, Colombia, Philippines, Thailand and Haiti.

The finalists who made it to the top nine were the USA, Thailand, France, Mexico, Kenya, Colombia, Canada, Haiti and Philippines.

Photo credit: Miss Universe Organization

Miss France

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Miss Haiti

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Miss Colombia

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Miss USA

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Miss Kenya

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Miss Thailand

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Miss Canada

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Miss Philippines

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Miss Mexico

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Latest DC Toys Bring Out the (Super) Girl Power (Exclusive)

There’s no doubt that male superheroes like Batman and Superman have long dominated DC’s cinematic universe, but with Wonder Woman heading to theaters this year and DC’s hugely popular multimedia initiative Super Hero Girls taking off over the past year, the ladies are catching up. While this year’s New York Toy Fair, taking place this weekend at Manhattan’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, will feature plenty of Bat-toys, there will also be loads of Wonder Women, Harley Quinns, and Supergirls on display. Click through to see Yahoo Movies’s exclusive sneak peek of the latest DC offerings from toy-maker Jakks Pacific.

DC Toddler Dolls

Get Batgirl, Supergirl, or Wonder Woman in adorable doll form. Available in fall 2017; $19.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Wonder Woman Action Pose Doll

Each figure in the Action Pose line of DC Super Hero Girls stands 18-inches tall and has 12 points of articulation. Available exclusively at Toys “R” Us this fall; $34.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Supergirl Action Pose Doll

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Batgirl Action Pose Doll

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Bumblebee Action Pose Doll

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Wonder Woman Action Purse

The handle detaches into a bow that shoots the included arrows. Available this fall; $14.99. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Wonder Woman Costume

The Everyday Dress-Up Assortment includes character-appropriate accessories for each of the DC Super Hero Girls. Available this fall for ages 4-6; $19.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Harley Quinn Costume

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Supergirl Costume

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Batgirl Costume

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Poison Ivy Costume

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Bumblee Costume

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Harley Quinn Cape

In addition to the costumes, there will also be a series of capes for your crusading. Available in fall for ages 4-6; $9.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Katana Cape

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Supergirl Cape

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Poison Ivy Cape

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Bumblebee Cape

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Face Appliques

Includes 6 sheets of tattoos, masks and dauber. Available this fall; $9.99. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Super Action Tattoos

Comes with 6 metallic tattoo sheets and a dauber. Available this fall; $9.99. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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19 Genius Ways To Upcycle Your Child’s Plastic Dinosaur Collection

Dinosaurs will forever be in fashion. Jurassic Park made them ultra cool back in the early 90s and today they’re just as awesome. Plus, they have a great many uses… 

Turn Them Into Drawer Handles

A little spray paint and a spot of DIY and you’ve got yourself one epic desk. [Photo: Apartment Therapy]

Add Them To Your Terrarium

Who said plants were boring? [Photo: Yellow Brick Home]

Fashion Them Into A Coat Rack

This is one upcycling idea guaranteed to jazz up your dingy hallway. [Photo: Etsy]

Make Them Magnets

Never has a fridge looked so terrifyingly brilliant. [Photo: Yellow Brick Home]

Go For A Garland

Who needs fabric bunting when you can make this gender neutral garland? [Photo: DIY Candy]

Stick Them To A Mirror

If you’re up for something a bit quirky, we love this fun idea. [Photo: Etsy]

Use Them As Planters

Let’s be honest, these look WAY more exciting than regular plant pots. [Photo: Off Beat Home]

Turn A Diplodocus Into A Loo Roll Holder

This is one way to jazz up your bathroom. [Photo: The Chic Site]

Give Them An Ornamental Status

A little lick of paint and you’ve got yourself some brilliant shelf liners. [Photo: Etsy]

DIY Yourself A Dinosaur Necklace

A brilliant gift idea, if we do say so ourselves. [Photo: Made From Pinterest]

Turn Them Into Cup Handles

Definitely a different look for your kitchen. [Photo: White Lights On Wednesday]

Cram Them Into A Transparent Box

That’s one way to decorate your lounge. [Photo: eBay]

Make Yourself Some Great Place Holders

Ideal for weddings. [Photo: Pinterest]

Use One As A Ringholder

We reckon this fella would look lovely on your dressing table. [Photo: Safari]

Make This Badass Toothbrush Holder

All you need to do is drill a hole through the middle of the toy. [Photo: Pinterest]

Get All Arty And Make This Wall Hanging

Whoever said dinosaurs can’t look artistic? [Photo: Etsy]

Make Yourself These Epic Napkin Rings

Makes napkins WAY more modern. [Photo: Hannah Kate Flora]

DIY Yourself A Dino Serving Dish

We could see this becoming the new cake stand. [Photo: Three Little Monkeys Studio]

Create Some Excellent Jar Toppers

Suddenly jam jars are everything. [Photo: Pinterest]

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 9: Meet the Queens!

Here’s something to brighten your Thursday: The new cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race has finally been revealed! “‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 9,” said Emmy-winning host and executive producer RuPaul Charles in a statement. “Now more than ever!” Click through to meet the queens who will battle it out for $100,000 and the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar.

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9 premieres Friday, March 24 at 8 p.m. on VH-1. 

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Eureka O’Hara

Johnson City, TN
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Peppermint

New York, New York
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Sasha Velour

Brooklyn, New York
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Nina Bo’nina Brown

Atlanta, Georgia
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Aja

Brooklyn, New York
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Alexis Michelle

New York, New York
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Charlie Hides

London, UK
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Chicago, IL
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Farrah Moan

Las Vegas, Nevada
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Jaymes Mansfield

Madison, Wisconsin
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Kimora Blac

Las Vegas, Nevada
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Trinity Taylor

Orlando, FL
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Los Angeles, CA
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DIY Toys You Can Make For Your Kids (Guaranteed To Be A Big Hit)

Present shopping is an expensive business, particularly when you’ve got multiple children to buy for. But some of the best presents don’t have to cost a lot - especially when you make them.

Cardboard Rocket

Forget a playhouse: You’ll be a big hit if you build your tot a rocket to wile away in the hours in. Instructions here. [Photo: Craig Work]

Superhero Cape

C’mon, every budding superhero needs one of these. Instructions here. [Photo: Jolly Mom]

Play Tent

You can make a play tent in whatever fabric you have lying around the house - and you don’t have to be a expert at sewing either. Instructions here. [Photo: The Feminist Housewife]

Dinosaur Tail

How adorable are these dinosaur tails? A must-have in every child’s dressing up box. Instructions here. [Photo: Running With Scissors]

Cardboard Washing Machine

If your little one loves helping you out around the house, this cardboard washing machine is a brilliant present idea. Instructions here. [Photo: Belles Bebes]

Hot Air Balloons

Whether you create these hot air balloons to decorate your tot’s room with or to house his or her cuddly toys in, they’re bound to be a hit. Instructions here. [Photo: Fabric Paper Glue]

Mouse In A Tin House

Perfect for taking on holiday or playing with on long car journeys, these tiny mouse homes are a great idea. Instructions here. [Photo: Peas In A Pod]

Toy Workbench

Got an old bedside table or chest of drawers lying around? Convert it into an epic toy workbench for your little one. Instructions here. [Photo: The Frugal Granny]

Jet Pack

Another great addition to your tot’s dressing up box. Instructions here. [Photo: The Pinning Mama]

Newspaper Fort

This is so simple to make and completely free (if you’ve got some old newspapers lying around). Instructions here. [Photo: Modern Parents Messy Kids]

Seesaw

A seesaw provides house of fun and can be painted and decorated in any style you like. Instructions here. [Photo: My Fix It Up Life]

Dolls House

This dolls house is fashioned from an old CD stand. Clever, right? Instructions here. [Photo: Sew She Sews]

Play Table

This is a project that will appeal to everyone in the family: Kids get a special surface (three of them, in fact) to play on, and adults can clean up faster because toys will be confined to one area, not scattered all over the house. Instructions here. [Photo: Martha Stewart]