Katy Perry, Shonda Rhimes & More Celebs Furious On Trump’s Inauguration Day: See Tweets


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Donald Trump‘s, 70, inauguration marked a significant moment for the country. Celebs came out infull force in protestsand on social media to express their feelings about the inauguration on Jan. 20.Katy Perry andShonda Rhimes both took to Twitter to share their thoughts about today’s historic events.“Sleeping in,” Katy tweeted before adding in a second tweet, “Then, I’m marching.” She’ll bewalking in the Women’s March in Washington D.C. and other marches across the country tomorrow, Jan. 21 along with other celebrities likeCher,Amy Schumer, andAmber Tamblyn.Shonda RhimespraisedHillary Clintonfor hergracious tweetabout her attendance at the Inauguration today. “Maturity, grace, and oh boy, is she going highwhen they went low,” Shonda tweeted.sleeping in— KATY PERRY (@katyperry)January 20, 2017Then, I’m marching.#WomensMarch— KATY PERRY (@katyperry)January 20, 2017Maturity, grace and oh boy, is she going high when they went low.https://t.co/kyqsVPlb22— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes)January 20, 2017Chelsea Handlermade a barbed joke about the inauguration celebrations and wrote, “Trump’s inauguration will be protested in all 50 states and 32 countries, making this the highest attended 3 Doors Down concert to date.” Whoa! Chelsea managed to make remarks on the inauguration, its’ protests, and3 Doors Downperformance at the Make America Great Again Welcome Celebration concert yesterday, Jan. 19.Trump’s inauguration will be protested in all 50 states and 32 countries, making this the highest attended 3 Door Down concert to date.— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler)January 18, 2017Click Here For Celebs Who Refused To Perform At The Inauguration Other celebrities offered alternatives to watching the Inauguration.Patton Oswaltwrote an impassioned letter on Facebook urging people to tune into something apolitical. “Leave your TV tuned to a channel like Turner Classic Movies or National Geographic or any channel that will have zeroinaugural coverage. Then turn off your phone.Then shut down your computer,” he encouraged. Meanwhile,Elizabeth Banksdecided get some errands done instead of watching the swearing-in ceremony. “I made an appointment at the DMV this morning. That’s where I’ll be. The DMV.”
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