Celebrities' reactions to the Supreme Court's official Roe v. Wade repeal

Celebs React After Supreme Court Officially Overturns Roe V. Wade

Harry Styles, Michelle Obama, Hailey Bieber, Olivia Rodrigo, Selena Gomez, Megan Thee Stallion, React Over SCOTUS Reversal On Roe v. Wade Leak

Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, Camila Cabello, Kendall Jenner Are “extremely saddened” that the Supreme Court has reversed Roe v. Wade Trial: More famous people respond

Following the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on Friday, which reversed Roe v. Wade and eliminated reproductive rights that had been in place for almost 50 years, celebrities are speaking out.

A majority of the justices ruled that neither the language of the Constitution nor the history of the country contained any references to the right to end a pregnancy in the court’s most hotly debated and widely followed decision in years. For a 6-3 majority, Associate Justice Samuel Alito penned the opinion.

With Republican lawmakers poised to outlaw abortion in almost half of the states while Democratic-led states are likely to strengthen protections for the procedure, the decision immediately focuses attention on one of the nation’s most contentious topics on state capitals. In other words, a person’s ability to access abortion will mostly depend on their location.

Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court, ending the constitutional right to an abortion.

“Channel your resentment and fury into action,” advises Michelle Obama.

In a statement on Friday, Michelle Obama said she is “heartbroken” that the United States is going back to the “sad lessons of a time before Roe was established the law of the land.”

I am heartbroken, the former first lady wrote, “for the parents watching their child’s future evaporate before their very eyes; for the health care workers who can no longer help them without risking jail time; for the teenage girl, full of zest and promise, who won’t be able to finish school or live the life she wants because her state controls her reproductive decisions; for the mother of a nonviable pregnancy who is now forced to bring that pregnancy to term; for the mother of a nonviable pregnancy who is
Obama shared links for Planned Parenthood and The United State of Women Reproductive Justice Hub, urging individuals to “channel your fury and anger into action by getting involved.”

She said, “Today our hearts may be shattered, but tomorrow we have to rise up and find the fortitude to keep striving to build the more just America that we all deserve. “We still have a lot to fight for, stand up for, and speak out for, but I know we can do it together.”
Obama’s message was repeated on Twitter by Taylor Swift, who added that she is “truly horrified that this is where we are – that after so many decades of people battling for women’s rights to their own bodies, today’s decision has deprived us of that.”

Hailey Bieber is “speechless,” Harry Styles is “very devastated,” and other celebrities respond.

On Friday morning, a number of celebrities who have previously advocated for abortion rights flooded social media channels with comments.
Actress Viola Davis declared that the decision left her “gutted.”

“More than ever, we must speak up and exercise our influence! OUR, the people, “She emphasized.
Lynda Carter, a former cast member of “Wonder Woman,” termed the choice “tragic.”
This has caused great heartbreak, the actor tweeted.

But one day, hopefully very soon, we WILL arrive at a time when reproductive freedom is unassailably protected by the Constitution.

Do you have your attention? Broadway actress Audra McDonald tweeted, “You must.

Hailey Bieber shared a headline about the choice on her Instagram Story and claimed to be “speechless.”
She said, “What a great loss and disappointment. This is quite frightening.

Harry Styles expressed his “totally saddened” feeling for the American people in a blog post.
He said, “Check on your friends.”

“Take care of one another. The battle is only getting started, but we’re all in this together. It was a really bad day for America.

Lizzo announced through Twitter that she will donate $500k from the proceeds of her upcoming tour to Planned Parenthood and pro-abortion groups. She also mentioned that the company that sells tickets, Live Nation Entertainment, has agreed to match her gift, increasing the total to $1M.

The official Pearl Jam account tweeted, “No one, not the government, not politics, not the Supreme Court should limit access to abortion, birth control, and contraceptives,” along with a clip of lead singer Eddie Vedder advocating for abortion rights at a concert.

The message further stated that “people should have the FREEDOM to choose.”

Celebrity chef Padma Lakshmi predicted that abortions would continue to occur. “Even if Roe v. Wade is reversed, these practices will still continue. This will simply make it illegal to perform safe abortions.”

Actress and producer Elizabeth Banks tweeted, “This is awful news for families – Men and Women – who feel the government shouldn’t control when and with whom they become parents.” “This is not the end of the human rights struggle.”

“No one receives bodily autonomy, but everyone receives a gun. America,” Banks continued, referring to the Supreme Court’s decision on Thursday to overturn a New York statute requiring citizens of the state to have “proper cause.” “to be a handgun owner.

Some people had very little to say.
Quinta Brunson, the creator and star of “Abbott Elementary,” described it as “just depressing.”
Shonda Rhimes, a producer, tweeted, “This is actually happening.”

Actor and television personality Keke Palmer wrote, “I’m devastated.”

Actress Ariana DeBose tweeted, “I have nothing positive to say at this time.

Actor Josh Gad continued, “You don’t need 280 characters today. “Rage, in a single word.”

Phoebe Bridgers says she had an abortion, and Olivia Rodrigo interrupts her performance to denounce the Roe v. Wade leak

In a tweet, actor Yvette Nicole Brown alludes to the dystopian nation of “The Handmaid’s Tale” and writes, “I hope the 53% of white women who just couldn’t stomach voting for @HillaryClinton are thrilled that they’ve just ensured that their daughters grow up in #Gilead.” “The choice made by a woman is one that affects her health. a choice about one’s OWN health. As a Christian, I am aware of this.”

“They succeeded. TO US, THEY DID IT! “Bette Midler pen name. “The #SCOTUS rejected #RoevWade, which the Constitution had enshrined as established doctrine for more than 50 years. How could they? The American people’s will and even their actual needs are completely lost on this #SCOTUS. #WakeUpAmerica”

The conservative 6-3 majority of the court was characterized by author Stephen King as the “greatest Supreme Court the 19th Century had yet produced.”

Actress Patricia Arquette said, “This Supreme Court is an absolute disaster.” “from removing women’s authority over their own bodies to granting anyone the freedom to carry firearms. We were anticipating it, not responding to it.”

Billie Eilish berates the Depp-Heard trial’s focus on Roe v. Wade

In an interview with NME that was released on Friday, the same day as the Supreme Court decision, Grammy-winning musician Billie Eilish complained that people were more upset about the defamation lawsuit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard than the removal of abortion rights.
At a concert in Manchester earlier this month, the musician debuted her song, “TV,” which had the line,

“The internet’s gone wild watching movie stars on trial / While they’re reversing Roe v. Wade.”

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When Eilish went online, she would find people expressing their opinions about the trial. “I was in this state of depression, losing my own rights to my own body,” she said. Why are we discussing celebrity divorce cases when women are losing control over their bodies? Who the (expletive) cares? Allow them to resolve it on their own. Sometimes I get the shit out of the internet.

Even before the jury’s decision in favor of Depp on June 1 made the Depp-Heard trial a media sensation. Heard owes Depp almost $10 million, and he owes her $2 million, according to the judge’s decision, which was finalized on Friday.

Earlier, Phoebe Bridgers, Kendall Jenner, and Olivia Rodrigo all expressed their opinions.

More than 150 celebrities and influencers signed a petition to demonstrate their opposition to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade after a draft judgment was leaked last month.

As part of Planned Parenthood’s “Bans Off Our Bodies” campaign, the names were published in a full-page advertisement in the New York Times and included DeBose, Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, Camila Cabello, Demi Lovato, Bieber, Halsey, Kendall Jenner, Megan Thee Stallion, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, Phoebe Bridgers, Shawn Mendes.

The advertisement stated, “Our ability to access sexual and reproductive health care, including abortion, rests on our capacity to plan our own lives and govern our own bodies. “We won’t back down, and we won’t go back.”

Selena Gomez, Megan Thee Stallion, and other support for “We Won’t Go Back” Roe v. Wade in a New York Times advertisement