Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande were among the celebrities that took the stage at the March for Our Lives protest in Washington D.C. on Saturday.
Thousands stepped out all around the country in protest of gun violence and mass shootings. Marchers held demonstrations in Los Angeles, Chicago and countless other cities, to also commemorate the lives lost during a high school shooting on Feb 14. in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 people dead.
Lovato, wearing black pants, a white tee and red oversized coat, was among the first to take the stage and sing an emotional rendition of her song "Skyscraper."
Cyrus, who has been vocal about showing her support for the cause, walked onstage with a sign that read "Never Again" and wore a #MSDStrong sweatshirt in solidarity with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school in Florida. She then treated fans to an inspiring performance of her 2009 hit, "The Climb."
"This song has never felt so special," she said. "I love hearing you all singing along with me."
Ariana Grande rocked platinum waist-length hair and an oversized sweatshirt with thigh-high boots to sing "Be Alright." The singer has witnessed violence in the past when there was a bombing at her concert in Manchester, England, last year that left 22 people dead.
Other powerful performance also included Broadway stars Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt, who teamed up to belt "Found Tonight."
Common joined Andra Day and Baltimore children's choir to sing "Stand Up for Something" and musician Vic Mensa performed "We Could Be Free." Day had also opened the rally by performing “Rise Up.”
And lastly, a D.C. choir joined Jennifer Hudson to sing "The Times They Are a Changin'" to conclude the day's events.
Among the other A-listers who participated in marches included Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, George and Amal Clooney and Liev Schrieber.