Last week, the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that has protected citizens' rights to have a safe and legal abortion for nearly 50 years. Now, about 26 states are expected to outright ban abortion, and several celebrities have spoken out, donated money, or cursed out the Supreme Court on behalf of abortion rights. Here's what they said:
1. Selena Gomez called the Supreme Court's decision "horrific," saying, "A woman should have the right to CHOOSE what she wants to do with her body. End of story."
2. Lizzo shared a pro-abortion protest sign with a twist on her iconic "About Damn Time" lyrics, and she captioned the photo with this message: "The most important thing is action & loud voices. @plannedparenthood @abortionfunds and organizations like them — will need funding to continue offering services to people who are most harmed by this ban. Black women and women of color have historically had disproportionately less access to family planning resources — this is a great loss but not a new one."
Then, she pledged to donate $500,000 from her upcoming tour — with Live Nation matching her donation — to organizations leading the way in abortion rights.
4. In the middle of her performance, Olivia Rodrigo took a moment to defend people's right to choose, saying, "I couldn't pass up the opportunity to talk about how heartbroken I am over the Supreme Court's potential decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. ... I hope we can raise our voices to protect our right to have a safe abortion, which is a right that so many people before us have worked so hard to get.”
5. Megan Thee Stallion used her platform to share ways people can donate, support, and take action in getting our rights secured...
...and during her set at Glastonbury Music Festival on Saturday night, she told the crowd, "I want to have it on the motherfucking record that the hot boys and the hot girls do not support this bullshit that y’all campaign for. My body is my motherfucking choice."
6. Harry Styles took to Twitter to share his dismay for "a truly dark day for America."
7. Bella Hadid shared an infographic on Instagram, which outlines just how harmful taking away peoples' right to abortion can be.
8. Taylor Swift said she was "terrified" for the state of the country.
9. And Halsey projected a strong message behind her during a set, declaring, "Don't wait for revolutionaries to change the world. Be the revolutionaries. No one is coming to do the work for us. The work is ours and we have to do it now."
10. Keke Palmer questioned why this country keeps "overturning the wrong things."
11. Rita Moreno reflected on a botched abortion she had years ago, saying, "I think about the young girls. Taking it to the most extreme, girls who get pregnant because of rape or incest. Unfair isn’t a strong enough word, but it’s unfair.”
12. Phoebe Bridgers opened up about her abortion and the ease with which she was privileged enough to obtain it. "Everyone deserves that kind of access," she said, before sharing a list of places to donate.
Then, at Glastonbury, Pheobe led a "Fuck the Supreme Court" chant.
13. Yung Miami couldn't fathom a world in which abortion access was not readily available.
14. Justice Smith questioned whether the US was only fair to "cis, straight white men."
15. And track star Sha'Carri Richardson boldly asked, "Why would I want to represent a country that has no respect for their women?"
16. Dove Cameron shared a few ways to take care of yourself during "dark days like this":
17. George Takei questioned why firearms have fewer restrictions than our bodies:
18. Samuel L. Jackson challenged justice Clarence Thomas's originalist ideology:
19. Danny DeVito had a very simple message:
20. Hayley Kiyoko shared why voting for officials who represent our bests interest is essential.
21. And finally, Jessica Marie Garcia said what we were all thinking:
Did I miss anyone? Let me know in the comments.
Editor’s Note: BuzzFeed supports a person’s right to an abortion. If you, like us, feel impassioned about abortion rights, learn more or find a local fund to donate to here.