Lauren Jauregui sat down with Teen Vogue for an in-depth interview about her politics and activism. The Fifth Harmony singer discussed not just issues she’s passionate about, but also offered up her experiences and advice about how to engage politically without losing it. For Lauren, that side of activism is important because the political climate has her suffering. “My mental health has been erased,” she admits. “It’s all started going down.”
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Miley Cyrus had a pretty emotional reaction to the election of Donald Trump. It might’ve even reminded some of the tear she shed in the music video for her song, “Wrecking Ball.” Maybe that’s how someone pieced together a meme that has Miley laughing out loud now.
She reposted a photo from Moby that features the President playing the role of Miley as he rides a wrecking ball. But it’s not just any old wrecking ball. The demolisher has been replaced with the head of Steve Bannon, one of Donald’s top advisors. The duo is swinging into the same cinder block walls Miley did, but the official seal of the White House is posted on the rear wall.
See Miley’s favorite new meme below.
(Photo credit: Miley Cyrus Vevo YouTube account)
Cara Delevingne teased that she was working on something with Funny Or Die earlier this week. It looks like her segment for the project might’ve been the final piece of the puzzle as a video featuring her amongst an all-star group of celebrity activists is out now. The video, which also features Shailene Woodley, Susan Sarandon and a ton of other celebs, finally has an answer for why some of President Donald Trump’s policies seem so outside of the box.
It turns out that Funny Or Die has “evidence” that Donald has been working off of an “alternative Constitution.” The joke is a clever jab at his advisor Kellyanne Conway’s claim that Press Secretary Sean Spicer was using “alternative facts” when he claimed that Donald’s inauguration was the biggest in U.S. history.
“He’s working from the wrong Constitution,” Cara reveals, “and he doesn’t even know it.”
The video is just Cara’s latest opposition to Donald. At the end of January, she drew on her recent meeting with African refugees to make it clear she’s opposed to the President’s so-called Muslim Ban.
Watch the full video below.
(Photo credit: Funny Or Die YouTube account)
Demi Lovato is back to her old Twitter flame war ways. Instead of Perez Hilton, her latest target is the President of the United States. Demi was involved with Donald’s opponent, Hillary Clinton, early in the campaign. She even spoke and sang at the Democratic National Convention.
Since the election, Demi has spoken out about the Women’s March and the Muslim Ban, but her new tweets might be the most Demi has said about Donald publicly since he took office. Her tweets came in response to a post from the President. In his tweet, he criticized Democrats as his cabinet nominations are tied up in Congressional committees.
Demi suggested that Donald “stop dividing our country” along party lines and called on him to unite the U.S. “like a president should.” She went on to explain that the current political climate makes her “sad.”
See everything Demi had to say about Donald’s tweet below.
Is Demi’s latest Twitter rant justified?
(Photo credit: Demi Lovato Instagram account)
Many celebrities are talking the talk in response to President Donald Trump’s latest executive order, but Zedd wants to start encouraging his peers to walk the walk. The Russian-born German DJ is determined to use his platform to protest Trump’s travel restriction placed on several Muslim-majority nations with a special benefit concert. Zedd began reaching out to fellow musicians in hopes of throwing together a show to raise money for the ACLU—American Civil Liberties Union—and Camila Cabello is on his wish list. Sia, Grimes and Macklemore were also asked to participate.
Miley Cyrus was one of many celebrities to attend the Women’s March on Saturday. Just like Demi Lovato, Miley also had the pleasure of introducing a special guest. She spoke with hopeful undertones in a speech about seeing dreams become reality as she welcomed GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis to the stage.
During the march, an interviewer caught up with Miley and asked if she had anything to say to President Donald Trump. “Nothing, just sending lots of love,” she said while gesturing a thumbs up.
Miley’s response—as a supporter of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton—might come as a surprise. The singer’s post-election message, on the other hand, could make her positivity read as a fulfilled promise of remaining hopeful.
Check out all of Miley’s photos and videos from the Women’s March as well as her message to Trump below.
Are you surprised by her words?
(Photo credit: Miley Cyrus Instagram account and MileySourceNews Twitter account)