Rihanna, Pink, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande & More Unite For Women’s March

Published: Sunday 22nd Jan 2017 by Sam

Rihanna, Alicia Keys, and Pink are just a few of the names that joined millions across the globe in solidarity for the Women’s March.

Purposefully timed to take place the day after Donald Trump‘s inauguration as US President, the rallies sought to celebrate womanhood and remind of the glaring inequalities that are still a reality. The latter being a core focus of the campaign given Trump’s sexually charged and degrading comments about women.

Beyond lending their name to the cause, the ladies rolled up their sleeves and took part.

Head below to see how…

Sporting a “This P***y Grabs Back” hoodie, Rih joined the New York branch of the initiative, which marched on to Trump Tower.

Protesting with @badgalriri Rihanna outside Trump Tower NOW! YAS QUEEN #mybodymychoice #womenempowerment #womensmarchnyc

A video posted by TurquoiseThief (@shilpaananth) on

Meanwhile, fresh from giving birth last month, Pink attended the Los Angeles rally with her family (including her newborn son):

#Pink took her family (including her newborn baby) to the #WomensMarch ?

A photo posted by That Grape Juice (@thatgrapejuice) on

Ariana Grande was also at the LA event…

today filled my heart with so much hope !! got to meet many beautiful, passionate people and march alongside my loved ones. the sun came out for us. we are so much stronger and louder than hatred, ignorance, sexism, racism, agism, homophobia, transphobia, body shaming, slut shaming, prejudice, discrimination of all kinds, patriarchal conditioning and the backwards expectations of what a woman should be! I'm so proud of / inspired by everyone who marched today and thankful that there are so many people on this planet currently celebrating how brilliant and magical women truly are! let's keep our voices loud, passionate & peaceful! let's continue being strong for each other and to build each other up! let us stay connected to our divinity. ?♡?

A photo posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on

Alicia Keys played prominent role at the DC rally, reciting Maya Angelou‘s ‘Still I Rise’ and performing ‘Girl On Fire’

As reported, Pop legends Madonna and Cher also took part.

Salute to all for using their platforms and popularity for a worthy cause.

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  1. B_Roni January 22, 2017

    I love me some Rihanna.

    • Boosie January 22, 2017

      So do I, but can someone tell me why Ariana is in Kim Kardashians wig?

      I would’ve love to have seen more minority female stars publicised at this march. Feminists are always peddled as white women young, middle aged, old, lesbian or Beyoncé and they always scream for the rights of their counterparts but nothing for minority unless they’re in developing countries, but unless I’m wrong nothing for western minority women

  2. Delroy January 22, 2017

    I have to admit the p**** bites back is funny and is there more celebs protesting against him than going to his inauguration

  3. Lake Erie January 22, 2017

    Gone head Ladies! Love it!

  4. BEYSTAN_ SINCE 1997 January 22, 2017

    It has to suck starting your first day at your new (running an entire country) knowing so many people don’t support you or want you to fail!

  5. Rihboy January 22, 2017

    Yes pretty in pink ! Did you peep the cat woman gloves tho with the nails! I’m here for the cause and the theme’ slay them motha.

  6. @ASAPicon January 22, 2017

    She decides to do a photo shoot?

    • Shannon January 22, 2017

      Ummm all of the celebs took photos and photos with fans , her photos were about displaying the hoodie which actually drove people to the lady’s website and crashed it. Stop being critical

      • @ASAPicon January 22, 2017

        Dont jump to conclusions, Did I mention anyones name?

  7. Suicide Blonde January 22, 2017

    You know, this is great, they don’t need to do this, they’re rich, they could be somewhere in the world relaxing, instead they were there in the cold trying to do something good. Other female celebs should learn a thing or two from these brave ladies, you need to practice what you preach, actions speak louder than words.

  8. Molly #Stargirl January 22, 2017

    Rihanna❤?

  9. Trumpland January 22, 2017

    I can’t at the hypocrisy.Most of those celebrity women support rappers who degrade women.The black community is a big supporter of that hoodrat behavior.Trump is going nowhere hypocrites get use to it.

    • Delroy January 22, 2017

      If your going for the rappers then you should add the whole music industry, tv and movies as there all bad as each other dont just blame our community

  10. Meteorite January 22, 2017

    “So what am I not supposed to have an opinion? Should I be quiet just because I’m a woman?”

    #CantHoldUsDown!!!

  11. Beyoncé Jackson January 22, 2017

    That’s what I’m talking about! They protested in my city too. I wish I could’ve gone, but the coins called ?

  12. iSpeakTruthNoFallacy January 22, 2017

    Uuuuggh Rih, I love the outfit and you look like a fly old rich white woman…but…Where in your ‘p*ssy bitin back” f*ck is the Love On the Brain video? Until we get a visual, I ain’t supporting, buying, stanning SHAT!

  13. edisondreams January 22, 2017

    Every time I come on this site it takes forever to load up. The instagram pics and videos take forever. As I’m typing this I have been on this page for 5 minutes and its still loading. Ya’ll need to fix that s***. Other sites dont take this long -_-

  14. Shakira Stan January 22, 2017

    And where is the fraud Beyonce that champions feminism!
    Such a fake desperate old lady.

    • Icant! January 23, 2017

      She’s home laughing her ass off at that purposeless protest ???

  15. LOL January 22, 2017

    LOL BUT WHERE’S THAT FAKE AZZZ MICROWAVE FEMINIST FRAUDYONCE THO? LMAO

    • Max January 22, 2017

      Where was Gaga? ? It’s not like she’s rehearsing the WHOLE day

  16. Swiftie January 22, 2017

    Why was Beyonce silent? At least Taylor tweeted showing support. I guess she’ll say something when it’s time to sell a tour or her horrible music

    • HailLegendBeysus January 23, 2017

      Beyoncé has an entire foundation that sponsored and partnered with this event. But I guess Taylor’s tweet was more important. ???

  17. Metzo January 22, 2017

    Dead @ Rihanna ??. Why was Beyonce nowhere to be found tho. Not even a post on instagram? Bizarre…

    • HailLegendBeysus January 23, 2017

      She posted on to her Facebook announcing Chime For Change was an official Sponsor/Partner for the event.

  18. Rosy January 22, 2017

    Beyonce does things that benefits her pocket when new music comes around her tour she will evolve into a feminist I think Beyonce did not think the march would be this big she probably kicking herself right now she miss out marching with these women Beyonce needs to use her power and help more with black little girls she scare to loose her white audience I guess she missed out yesterday though

  19. dee January 22, 2017

    The protesting did what?

  20. Debbie January 22, 2017

    Leave Beyonce alone and she’s not worried about losing the white audience she’s gone to still make money without them,y’all sound real stupid.

  21. Loveonthebrain January 23, 2017

    Where is beyfraud?

  22. Now time yca ritish wauyz January 26, 2017

    Nice

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