Many celebrities have been very vocal about their support for this cause and particularly about the fight to help protect school children from gun violence
Survivors of the deadly shooting rampage at a Parkland, Florida, high school led hundreds of thousands on Saturday in March for Our Lives events across the country, resounding the message against gun laws and gun violence. While the march was solely student-driven, A-list celebrities rendered their support by attending the rallies.
Here is the list of noted celebs spotted in the rallies in Washington DC and across the nation.
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and North West
The West family made it a point to instill civic sense to their 4-year-old daughter and cited the hope that North remembers the march throughout her life.
Kendall Jenner, JadenSmith, Hailey Baldwin
Kendall attended the march wearing a denim jacket with the words: ‘God save us. He ain’t my President,’ written on the back. Accompanyinng her, was her supermodel friend Hailey and actor Jaden Smith. Jaden’s younger sister Willow was seen posing with survivors of the Parkland attack.
Charlie Puth and Willow Smith joined Rita Ora on stage for a performance. Charlie wore a T-shirt with a message “Enaough is Enough is…”
Kaia Gerber and Charlotte Lawrence
Another supermodel duo spotted was Kaia Gerber and Charlotte Lawrence. 17-year-old Kaia, besides being a supermodel, is a high school student.
The 34-year-old actress took to the poium spoke passionately about the need for gun reform in the light of several high profile school shootings across the country.
George and Amal Clooney
One of the first celebrity couples to come forward with the support to the march, George and Amal Clooney joined the demonstration and spent time speaking with students and other marchers.
Demi Lovato was one of the first artists to take the stage in Washington, D.C., Saturday afternoon singing her hit song “Skyscraper.”
Miley Cyrus wore a #MSDStrong sweatshirt and held a giant sign that read: “Never again” during her emotional performance of “The Climb.”
The slew of other celebrities joining the march for tighter laws surrounding gun control in the US include Chelsea Handler, Steven Speilberg, Cher, Paul McCartney, Charlize Theron, Jimmy Fallon, Ariana Grande and Cynthia Nixon.