Trending #WomensMarch: Hollywood reacts

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan. 22 (ANI): Numerous Hollywood stars were among those participating in the demonstrations in support of women's rights, and documenting their experiences at the march in D.C. and elsewhere on social media.
Katy Perry, Lena Dunham, Ana Navarro and Michael Moore were among the stars who took to internet to share how they were participating in the D.C. protests.
Here's how the stars documented their experiences at the women's marches:
Ellen DeGeneres: What a beautiful day #WomensMarch
Katy Perry: Unity. Protection. Power. Progress. WOMEN RISE UP! Getting ready to march with my sisters! @womensmarch #WomensMarch
Camila Cabello: my heart ACHES that I couldn't be with u this time, but I am so emotional and so proud of everyone walking the #WomensMarch today. one love
Nick OffermanVerified: I'm a nasty girl #WomensMarch
Kristen BellVerified: Proud of the #WomensMarch for staying peaceful today which is always the goal. Angry & violent protestors accomplish nothing.
Kerry Washington: So great to be there! #WomensMarch #WomensMarchLA
Willow Shields: I AM PROUD TO BE A WOMAN #WomensMarch
Alicia Keys: No matter where you were today… We sent a powerful message! I'm proud of everyone all over the world who gathered with such dignity and strength to send the message that we won't stop until we are heard! #WomensMarch #WhyIMarch #WomensRightsAreHumanRights #WeAreHere
Michael Moore: Streets are packed! Metro subway jammed!!! Amazing. #WomensMarch
Lena Dunham: We march to show our struggles are not isolated, but bound together by rainbow thread. I don't rise if you don't rise #WomensMarch
Sara Silverman: Well @potus u can listen to the voices of the 1/2 M+ people out ur window or u can stay a fraud marinating in ur pantsful of nervous farts. (ANI)

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