The Best Celebrity Pics From The Women's March

In case you missed it, today history is being made. Better yet, herstory.

Women around the country have gathered in droves for a common cause: The Women's March.

On Saturday, over a million people around the country joined together in solidarity to raise awareness for women's rights. Many of these rights are now threatened under the new Trump administration. They marched peacefully and created a historic event.

Naturally, this event included a few familiar faces. Celebrities far and wide joined marches both in Washington and in their respective cities — decked out in pink pussy hats, and full protest regalia. From Demi Lovato to Janelle Janelle Monáe to Madonna to Rihanna, some of our favorites hit the streets to march in solidarity.

Click ahead to see which celebs showed up and showed out for the largest inaugural march in U.S. history.
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You know something's a big deal when even Hermione Granger protests. Emma Watson took a break from her epic 2017 reading list to march on D.C. with some (new?) pals.
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Jackie star Natalie Portman, who is pregnant with her second child, took the stage in L.A. to tell Trump, "you just started the revolution."
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Just a couple weeks after her kickass Golden Globes speech, Tracee Ellis Ross spoke at the L.A. march with Yara Shahidi.
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Jessica Chastain and Chloë Grace Moretz reminded D.C. that girls just want to have fun...damental rights.
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Props to Kesha for the arts-and-crafts skills — and the powerful message to the president.
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We knew she planned to attend, and Chrissy Teigen did not disappoint. Now we just want to know if she ended up syncing periods with anybody.
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Pretty sure James Franco and Jane Fonda need to have their own buddy comedy, no?
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Kerry Washington spoke in L.A. Now if only Olivia Pope would show up to handle this administration.
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Actress Laverne Fox, killing it at the L.A. Women's March.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus, no stranger to D.C. drama, rocked a knit pink pussy hat.
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Photo: Via @badgalriri.
Rihanna's Instagram post shows there's no accessory quite like a spot-on protest sign.
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Deena Katz and Jamie Lee Curtis supported each other's freedom of speech in L.A.
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Miley fronting the L.A. barricade in support of reproductive rights.
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Barbra Streisand was not going to let anything rain on this parade.
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Olivia Wilde, who has done her fair share of advocacy for pregnant and breast-feeding women everywhere, represented at the L.A. march.
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Actress Alfre Woodard of Luke Cage spoke at the L.A. march.
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Katy Perry looking chic at the D.C. rally. The singer, who recently produced a powerful P.S.A. in support of Muslim Americans, has been an outspoken resistor of President Trump's agenda.
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Demi Lovato, recently returned from working with women in Kenya, took the stage at the Women's March in L.A.
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Jessica Chastain has all the badges, just FYI.
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Melissa Benoist lifts her sign high, like a Supergirl would.
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Amy Schumer says, "March like everyone's watching."
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Casey Rose Wilson got a pack of ladies out for the march.
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Chelsea Handler shares an Instagram with her bestie and Charlize Theron.
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Katy Perry, Shannon Woodward, and their crew head to the march.
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Photographed by Amy Emmerich.
Aisha Tyler, Jessica Williams, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America director Caren Spruch mug for the camera.
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Photo: Via @drewbarrymore.
Drew Barrymore says, "I love women. I live for my two daughters. And I am full of pride and unity with all women today."
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Debra Messing is about this! "ROADTRIP to D.C.!," she wrote.
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Katie Lowes said, "I march for her. She marches for me. We march for all mothers and daughters."
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Sarah Silverman says, "This was my mother's pin from 1972. As important today as ever."
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Marisa Tomei says, "Got my pussy ears on and leaving for DC ! Sisters and Brothers , I hope to see you at the Marches xxx"
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Photographed by Amy Emmerich.
John Legend supports Planned Parenthood at the Sundance march.
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Amber Tamblyn says, "About to march with Hess badasses, Callie Khouri, Katie Jacobs and Cecile Richards."
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Charlize Theron says she is, "Representing here at Sundance!"
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Gina Rodriguez says, "I walk for ALL THESE HERS. (CAUTION: mean comments will get blasted by my vagina)"
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Padma Lakshmi shared a moment of making her signs.
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Jenny Slate is ready to march on Sundance!
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Soleil Moon Frye says, "Marching with our crew today! Equal rights for all! Sending lots of love around the world."
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Nick Viall of The Bachelor showed up to support all women. All of them.
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Photographed by Amy Emmerich.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America director Caren Spruch with a bearded (and incognito!) Joshua Jackson.
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Just Miley Cyrus hanging out with Jane Fonda.
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Jurnee Smollett-Bell and John Legend posed at Women's March on Main Street Park City in Park City, Utah.
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Chelsea Handler rocks a pussy hat in the snow.
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Jessica Chastain hands out buttons to the crowd at Sundance.
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"Proud pussy posse," Jessica Biel writes of her girl gang.
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Pink got the whole family out for the L.A. Women's March.
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Zoë Kravitz shows off her sign.
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Amy Schumer meets up with OINTB star Uzo Aduba in a kind of ironic outfit.
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Lena Dunham & Girls showrunner Jenni Konner found Amy Poehler!
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Jurnee Bell captures a crew of male feminists in the wild.
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Constance Wu did not come to play. She's here to rise up.
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Brie Larson is about that protest life.
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Mandy Moore found a friend in Helen Hunt at the L.A. March.
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Grey's Anatomy star Kelly McCreary is the face of a feminist.
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Amber Rose is ready to free the nipple.
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Bella Thorne shows some pussy power.
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Alicia Keys speaks to the crowd in D.C.
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Madonna dropped a few f-bombs in her speech, to make a point.
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ScarJo made a friend in Cher in D.C.
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America Ferrera gets ready to take the stage in D.C.!
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Photographed by Amy Emmerich.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America director Caren Spruch with civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.
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Photographed by Amy Emmerich.
Rory Kennedy keeps hope alive in a pussy hat.
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