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Celebrities Spotted at the Women’s March
While the ongoing government shutdown continues throughout the U.S., this weekend, the women’s mar...
Entertainment 23 Jan 2019

While the ongoing government shutdown continues throughout the U.S., this weekend, the women’s march returned to the streets for its two year anniversary.  The march took place in Los Angeles, Berlin, Washington, London and hundreds of other cities across the world. Here are some of the top celebrities we spotted, including Yoko Ono, Lance Bass, Natalie Portman, Amy Schumer and Drew Barrymore.

Marisa Tomei attended the L.A. march, which reminds us of this great quote she said in a recent interview: “When you’re older, you have more opinions. You’re more able to to speak up. You have experience and the experience does count for something — you’re worth something and you want to have a conversation about things, and it’s probably just a headache for some people.”
Ashton Kutcher, the That 70s Show star posted a photo of himself with Mila Kunis that reads: “We all need to do something. These girls are our sisters, part of our global family.”


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The comedian Amy Schumer had her aviator sunglasses out with her celebrity friends, with the caption “today we march.”


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Today we march #timesup
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The famed Star Wars actress Natalie Portman wore a “Make America Gay Again” hat to the march in L.A.


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NEW | @natalieportman via Instagram stories at the Women’s March in Los Angeles. #natalieportman

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Chloe Grace Moretz was at the march in Manhattan, which she called “so wonderful and inspiring.”


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Was so wonderful and inspiring to be able to make It to the #RespectRallyParkCity! #TimesUp
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And who can forget this? When Alyssa Milano wore a shirt to the L.A. march that said: “When women support each other, great things happen.”


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Proud. #WomensMarch #PowerToThePolls

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And this: Olivia Munn and Scarlett Johansson wore matching “Time’s Up” t-shirt and round sunglasses to the L.A. march.


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#ScarJOlivia just before our speeches at today’s #womensmarch ❣️
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Text by Nadja Sayej

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