Celebrities Turn Out for Women's Marches Around the World

They walk the walk. Literally.

Today, thousands of women (and men) are marching worldwide to support equality for all. Here are the celebrities who have turned out in person for the cause.

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Miley Cyrus

In Los Angeles.

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Chelsea Handler, Maria Bello, Charlize Theron

In Park City, Utah.

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John Legend

In Park City, Utah.

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Benjamin Bratt

In Park City, Utah.

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Laura Dern

In Park City, Utah.

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Kristen Stewart

In Park City, Utah.

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Katy Perry

In Washington, D.C.

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Madonna

In Washington, D.C.

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Sophia Bush and Amy Schumer

In Washington, D.C.

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Scarlett Johansson and Cher

In Washington, D.C.

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Janelle Monae

In Washington, D.C.

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Emma Watson

In Washington, D.C.

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Jessica Chastain and Chloe Moretz

In Washington, D.C.

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Olivia Wilde

In Washington, D.C.

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Alicia Keys

In Washington, D.C.

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Ashley Judd

In Washington, D.C.

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