Celebrities came out in droves to support the Women’s March in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday.

Connie Britton and Milla Jovovich took the stage at the event to talk about the recent Roe vs. Wade controversy and advocate for women’s bodily autonomy.

Also attending the show of support were Kate Beckinsale, Samantha Ronson, Ricki Lake, and more.

Solidarity: Celebrities, including actress Connie Britton, came out in droves to support the Women’s March in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday

The 55-year-old White Lotus actress donned a black v-neck t-shirt as she stood at a podium and spoke to the crowd.

She wore a pair of aviator sunglasses as she used her fist to emphasize talking points. 

Connie wore her blonde hair loose and let it fall over her shoulders as she spoke passionately.

She’s one of many entertainers who have been outspoken about the leak Supreme Court draft that threatens to overturn the longstanding Roe vs. Wade abortion precedent.

Advocate: The 55-year-old White Lotus actress donned a black v-neck t-shirt as she stood at a podium and spoke to the crowd

Advocate: The 55-year-old White Lotus actress donned a black v-neck t-shirt as she stood at a podium and spoke to the crowd

Impassioned: She wore a pair of aviator sunglasses as she used her fist to emphasize talking points

Impassioned: She wore a pair of aviator sunglasses as she used her fist to emphasize talking points

Britton wore thin gold hoop earrings and flaunted a flawless black manicure as she voiced her thoughts.

Her shirt said ‘Planned Parenthood’ on it in white letters as she stood behind a podium sticker that read ‘Bans Off Our Bodies Rally.’

Also attached to the stand was a sign with a number to text to sign a petition speaking out against the potential abortion ban.

Speaking up: Britton wore thin gold hoop earrings and flaunted a flawless black manicure as she voiced her thoughts

Speaking up: Britton wore thin gold hoop earrings and flaunted a flawless black manicure as she voiced her thoughts

Message: Attached to the podium, where Milla Jovovich also delivered an impassioned speech, was a sign that read 'text 44-321 "My Choice"'

Message: Attached to the podium, where Milla Jovovich also delivered an impassioned speech, was a sign that read ‘text 44-321 “My Choice”‘ 

Equally vocal at the gathering was Milla, who was seen with her brunette locks flowing over her shoulders with a face-framing bang.

The 46-year-old actress was visibly stirred as she made statements regarding the recent government controversy.

She wore a sleeveless light green shirt that showed a bit of a light-colored sports bra underneath.

Her lips were coated in a pink lip stain as she raised her voice to encourage the crowd. 

Equally vocal at the gathering was Mila Jovovich, who was seen with her brunette locks flowing over her shoulders with a face-framing bang.

Equally vocal at the gathering was Mila Jovovich, who was seen with her brunette locks flowing over her shoulders with a face-framing bang.

Passionate: The 46-year-old actress was visibly stirred as she made statements regarding the recent government controversy

Passionate: The 46-year-old actress was visibly stirred as she made statements regarding the recent government controversy

Kate Beckinsale also attended the meetup in downtown Los Angeles to stand in solidarity with women across the country.

The movie star, 48, wore her brunette hair in an imperfect bun, secured with a dark ribbon bow.

She rocked a white short-sleeved t-shirt that was deliberately distressed. She covered her eyes with oversized black shades. 

Showing up: Kate Beckinsale also attended the meetup in downtown Los Angeles to stand in solidarity with women across the country

Showing up: Kate Beckinsale also attended the meetup in downtown Los Angeles to stand in solidarity with women across the country

Fashionable: Kate complemented her look with small gold hoop earrings and donned a white purse crossbody-style

Fashionable: Kate complemented her look with small gold hoop earrings and donned a white purse crossbody-style

She complemented her look with small gold hoop earrings and donned a white purse crossbody-style.

The most standout item of her look was her slightly loose-fitting navy blue pants that were covered in white stars.

She punctuated the outfit with a pair of chunky black combat boots that had a platform heel.

Kate was joined by a friend who was equally fashionable, making both a sartorial and political statement in a shirt that said ‘Sounds gay. I’m in.’ 

Humorous: Kate was joined by a friend who was equally fashionable, making both a sartorial and political statement in a shirt that said 'Sounds gay. I'm in'

Humorous: Kate was joined by a friend who was equally fashionable, making both a sartorial and political statement in a shirt that said ‘Sounds gay. I’m in’

Her buddy also carried a crafty cardboard sign that that ‘I stand w/ you’ in colorful lettering.

The anonymous counterpart wore sheer black striped knee-high socks with a pair of black combat booties.

She donned a navy blue baseball cap and held hands with the actress as they marched.

Companionship: Kate's friend donned a navy blue baseball cap and held hands with the actress as they marched

Companionship: Kate’s friend donned a navy blue baseball cap and held hands with the actress as they marched

Showing face: Legendary former talk show host Ricki Lake was also present at the rally and she shared some words with the crowd

Showing face: Legendary former talk show host Ricki Lake was also present at the rally and she shared some words with the crowd

Legendary former talk show host Ricki Lake was also present at the rally and she shared some words with the crowd.

She rocked a black wide-brimmed hat, letting her white-grey hair fall out from underneath.

Lake added a pair of round eyeglasses and wore a tan backpack as she addressed her fellow attendees.

Fashion-forward: cShe rocked a black wide-brimmed hat, letting her white-grey hair fall out from underneath

Fashion-forward: cShe rocked a black wide-brimmed hat, letting her white-grey hair fall out from underneath

Joining Ricki was Christine Lahti who looked great in an orange sweater with buttons going down the front.

Underneath the top layer she wore a black camisole and she had a bright blue lanyard around her neck.

She kept the sun out of her eyes with a pair of shades and wore her blonde bob in soft ringlets. 

Power in numbers: Joining Ricki was Christine Lahti who looked great in an orange sweater with buttons going down the front

Power in numbers: Joining Ricki was Christine Lahti who looked great in an orange sweater with buttons going down the front

Showing up: Padma Lakshmi took to Instagram to share a carousel of photos from the event with her 1.2 million followers

Showing up: Padma Lakshmi took to Instagram to share a carousel of photos from the event with her 1.2 million followers

In it together: Padma was accompanied by supermodel Christy Turlington

In it together: Padma was accompanied by supermodel Christy Turlington

Padma Lakshmi took to Instagram to share a carousel of photos from the event with her 1.2 million followers.

She was accompanied by supermodel Christy Turlington, actress Laura Dern, and singer Cyndi Lauper. 

Lakshmi brought her twelve-year-old daughter Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell along as well.

The Indian-American writer carried a hot pink sign that said ‘No uterus, no opinion.’

Taking a stand: Padma carried a sign that said 'Abortion access for all'

Taking a stand: Padma carried a sign that said ‘Abortion access for all’

Vocal: Lakshmi captioned the post with three fist emojis and added hashtags, '#BansOffOurBodies, #rallyforabortionjustice, and #abortionishealthcare' before tagging Planned Parenthood

Vocal: Lakshmi captioned the post with three fist emojis and added hashtags, ‘#BansOffOurBodies, #rallyforabortionjustice, and #abortionishealthcare’ before tagging Planned Parenthood

Christy held a sign with an important note: ‘Motherhood is too important to be forced on women.’

Time After Time hitmaker Cyndi Lauper got her point across with a large white foreboding sign that read ‘November 9 is coming.’

Lakshmi captioned the post with three fist emojis and added hashtags, ‘#BansOffOurBodies, #rallyforabortionjustice, and #abortionishealthcare’ before tagging Planned Parenthood.

Raising strong women: Lakshmi brought her twelve-year-old daughter Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell along as well

Raising strong women: Lakshmi brought her twelve-year-old daughter Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell along as well

Play on words: Lauper held a sign that referenced her hit Girls Just Wanna Have Fun that said 'girls just wanna have fundamental rights'

Play on words: Lauper held a sign that referenced her hit Girls Just Wanna Have Fun that said ‘girls just wanna have fundamental rights’

Titanic actress Frances Fisher, who shot to fame in the 1970s on the soap opera The Guiding Light, was among the appointed celebrity speakers.

So was Judging Amy star Amy Brenneman, who took the lectern with her husband, Land Of The Lost director Brad Silberling, standing just behind her.

Noted feminist attorney Gloria Allred delivered an impassioned speech at the mic, where congresswoman Maxine Waters also addressed the crowd.

Making her voice heard: Titanic actress Frances Fisher, who shot to fame in the 1970s on the soap opera The Guiding Light, was among the appointed celebrity speakers

Making her voice heard: Titanic actress Frances Fisher, who shot to fame in the 1970s on the soap opera The Guiding Light, was among the appointed celebrity speakers

Dynamic duo: So was Judging Amy star Amy Brenneman, who took the lectern with her husband, Land Of The Lost director Brad Silberling, standing just behind her

Dynamic duo: So was Judging Amy star Amy Brenneman, who took the lectern with her husband, Land Of The Lost director Brad Silberling, standing just behind her

Top names: Noted feminist attorney Gloria Allred delivered an impassioned speech at the mic

Orator: Congresswoman Maxine Waters also addressed the crowd.

Top names: Noted feminist attorney Gloria Allred (left) delivered an impassioned speech at the mic, where congresswoman Maxine Waters (right) also addressed the crowd

Legislator: Karen Bass, another congresswoman who like Maxine represents a district in California, spread her arms magnanimously during her speech

Legislator: Karen Bass, another congresswoman who like Maxine represents a district in California, spread her arms magnanimously during her speech

Karen Bass, another congresswoman who like Maxine represents a district in California, spread her arms magnanimously during her speech. 

Joely Fisher, the half-sister of Star Wars superstar Carrie Fisher and the daughter of crooner Eddie Fisher, was on the speaker’s list too.

Constance Wu, who has been spotted at multiple Women’s Marches over the past few years, hit the stage during the rally.

The event had no shortage of local notables, including Switched At Birth actress Constance Marie and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.

Showbiz legacy: Joely Fisher, the half-sister of Star Wars superstar Carrie Fisher and the daughter of crooner Eddie Fisher, was on the speaker's list too

Showbiz legacy: Joely Fisher, the half-sister of Star Wars superstar Carrie Fisher and the daughter of crooner Eddie Fisher, was on the speaker’s list too

Hustlers star: Constance Wu, who has been spotted at multiple Women's Marches over the past few years, hit the stage during the rally

Hustlers star: Constance Wu, who has been spotted at multiple Women’s Marches over the past few years, hit the stage during the rally

Stunning lineup: The event had no shortage of local notables, including Switched At Birth actress Constance Marie

His Honor: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti also spoke at the podium

Stunning lineup: The event had no shortage of local notables, including Switched At Birth actress Constance Marie (left) and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (right)

Families United: Ever Anderson and her mother leading lady Milla Jovovich stood side-by-side at the event

Families United: Ever Anderson and her mother leading lady Milla Jovovich stood side-by-side at the event

Actress Alison Brie and her mother Joanne Schermerhorn let their views be known at the Nat'l Day of Action event

Taking a stance: Alison Brie and her mother Joanne Schermerhorn let their views be known at the Nat’l Day of Action event

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