These are the celebrities that attended the 2018 Women's March
The Women's March took place over the weekend and it again had a monumental turnout. It's the second Women's March event, following the one organised last year in Washington which came about after President Donald Trump was inaugurated. Rallies were organised all across the country, and marches sprang up worldwide in cities including Munich, Osaka and Melbourne.
People came together to protest with signs in a bid to draw attention to gender inequality and other issues women face today, as well as some of Trump's more questionable policies. Particular emphasis was put on messages about sexual harassment and assault - a hot topic of late following the many sexual misconduct scandals coming out of Hollywood and the subsequent #Me Too and Time's Up movements.
Men, women, children, as well as politicians, activists and celebrities, marched together in the thousands this year. So who of the rich and famous rocked up this year to join the crowds on the streets?
Adele, Jennifer Lawrence and Cameron Diaz
Eva Longoria, Rachel Platten, Alfre Woodard, Elizabeth Banks and Felicity Huffman
Olivia Munn and Scarlett Johansson
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Chloe Grace Moretz
Whoopi Goldberg and Michael Moore
Tessa Thompson and Jane Fonda
Wow, what a turnout! Some, including Natalie Portman, Viola Davis and Scarlett Johansson also gave impassioned and empowering speeches at the various events. It's nice to see each of these celebrities leaving their otherwise very private lives to join the masses and stand for the things that affect everyone.