Lauren Jauregui’s time at the Women’s March on Washington was expanded on in an interview with Nylon. The publication caught up with Lauren fresh off of the march where she discussed her reasons for joining in and what the experience actually felt like. “I’m marching for women, I’m marching for the LGBT community, I’m marching for immigrants,” she says. “I happen to fall into all three categories, so I’m marching for myself at the end of the day and for my family and my friends.”
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The Women’s March on Washington and all of the sister marches around the world on Saturday brought out a ton of supportive celebrities. Lauren Jauregui and Zendaya were on the front lines bright and early in D.C., while Ariana Grande and Kristen Stewart took part in sister marches across the country. Bella Thorne ended up in D.C. after all and shared several photos from her exciting day. Demi Lovato made her way to the sister march in Los Angeles where Miley Cyrus also attended.
Zendaya flew into Washington D.C. to participate in the Women’s March. The singer and actress is no stranger to advocating for what she believes in, now more than ever with Barack Obama out of office. Zendaya was given the honor of taking over Vogue Magazine’s Snapchat account to document history in the making throughout the Women’s March on Washington and has been giving viewers a glimpse into the enormous crowd of peaceful protestors.
Lauren Jauregui is also among the list of stars storming the streets of D.C. to let her voice be heard. Ariana Grande appears to be participating in one of the sister marches that stands in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington.
See photo and video highlights from Zendaya’s March on Washington below.
(Photo credits: Zendaya and ZendayaMedia Twitter accounts)
The Women’s March on Washington kicked off in D.C. on Saturday morning and Lauren Jauregui couldn’t wait to get going. The Fifth Harmony member was up bright and early to meet up with thousands of people eager to advocate for basic rights. Lauren took to Snapchat and Instagram and previewed what can be expected from her time marching onward. “Hearts and minds alike unite in the name of human rights,” the singer wrote on her protest sign.
Check out the early stages of Lauren at the Women’s March below.
(Photo credits: Lauren Jauregui Instagram account; LaurenJMexico and 5HonTour Twitter accounts)
Demi Lovato is the latest celeb to use her platform to give a shoutout to the upcoming Women’s March on Washington. The march, a protest planned against the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump, will take place on Saturday, the day after the ceremony. Katy Perry and Zendaya have already been announced as special guest attendees. Demi’s post was similar to Bella Thorne’s in that she sent her praise to the marchers without clarifying whether or not she’ll be articipating.
Demi was a fairly vocal supporter of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton through the 2016 campaign. She even showed up to sing at the Democratic National Convention after making a bold statement about one of 2016’s biggest LGBTQ issues.
In her endorsement of Hilary, Demi said that she didn’t believe a celebrity should be President. She showed why when one of her more prominent 2016 tweet-and-delete moments had her apologizing for making a “p*ssy grabbing” joke.
All of that means it makes sense that Demi is on board with the Women’s March, especially because it fits nicely into her 2017 plan to give back more.
Check out what Demi had to say about the Women’s March below.
Do you think she’ll show up in D.C. over the weekend?
(Photo credit: Demi Lovato Instagram account)