Celebs Show Out For Largest Women's March Against Donald Trump

Celebrities from Janel Monae, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Kerry Washington and Jenifer Lewis have all been taking to the streets in protest in what is already being labelled some of the largest demonstrations in US history.

According to reports collected from the University of Denver and the University of Connecticut, marches were held in over 500 US cities including Washington DC, Atlanta, Austin, Denver, LA and Portland and attended by almost 3.3million people and counting.


Other ceebrities spotted at the marches include Ugly Betty star America Ferrera, Zendaya Coleman, Katy Perry, Madonna, Arianna Grande and Yoko Ono to name just a mere few.






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A lot closer tot home, Londoners also took to the streets in solidarity to march against Donald Trump's anti-female policies, with an estimated 100,00 people protesting from Grosvenor Square to Trafalger Square. Even actor Sir Ian McKellen was spotted amongst one of the women protesters in the capital.


Other marches also took place around the UK including in Belfast, Cardiff, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Shipley and Edinburgh.


President elect Donald Trump has yet to tweet or respond. 



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