'F*** the Supreme Court!' Glastonbury Stars Protest Roe Ruling

Headline entertainers at this weekend's popular Glastonbury Festival used the stage to not just give listeners the sounds of their music, but also give the United States Supreme Court members a piece of their minds.

The five-day festival in Glastonbury, England saw pop singers and rappers voice their displeasure of Roe v. Wade getting overturned on Friday.

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In this combination image, Lorde (Left),Kendrick Lamar (Middle) and Olivia Rodrigo (Right) all performing at Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm,Glastonbury, England. Getty

Olivia Rodrigo is a 19-year old American singer who dedicated her song "F*** You" to the Supreme Court. Rodrigo was accompanied by Lily Allen for her song.

"I'm heartbroken over what happened in America yesterday," Rodrigo told her fans. "The Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade, which is a law that ensures a woman's right to a safe abortion and other basic human rights. I'm devastated and terrified, and so many women and so many girls are going to die because of this."

Rodrigo said the song dedication wasn't to the entire Supreme Court but the five justices "who showed us that at the end of the day they truly don't give a sh*t about freedom."

Lorde, who's a 25-year old singer from New Zealand, told the Supreme Court what they could do with themselves—and what females could do with their "strength"— as she took the stage Sunday afternoon.

"Wanna hear a secret girls? Your bodies were destined to be controlled and objectified since before you were born. That horror is your birthright," Lorde told the crowd. "But here's another secret. You possess strength. That wisdom is also your birthright. I ask you today to make exercising that wisdom your life's work because everything depends on it. F*** the Supreme Court."

Lorde then brought fellow Glastonbury performers Clairo and Arlo Parks on to belt out "Stoned At The Nail Salon."

Billie Eilish, who's a 20-year old American singer-songwriter, used her spot on the Pyramid Stage this weekend to say it was a "dark day for women" in her home country.

"Today is a really, really dark day for women in the U.S.," Eilish said. "I'm just going to say that because I can't bear to think about it any longer."

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Billie Eilish, who's a 20-year old American singer-songwriter, used her spot on the Pyramid Stage this weekend to say it was a "dark day for women" in her home country. Billie Eilish performs on the Pyramid Stage during day three of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 24, 2022 in Glastonbury, England. Matthew Baker/Redferns/Getty

Eilish went on to dedicate her next song, 'Your Power,' to the women. The song is about older men who abuse their power to influence others.

Here are the opening lines from that song:

Try not to abuse your power
I know we didn't choose to change
You might not wanna lose your power
But having it's so strange

Then there was American rapper Kendrick Lamar, who was the final headliner on Sunday night in England. He revved up a chant of "They judge you, they judge Christ! Godspeed for women's rights!" before he sang his closeout song, "Savior."

The Supreme Court on Friday morning overturned the landmark 1973 decision of Roe v. Wade, which now sends abortion rights back to the states rather than being a federal law.

Since then, protests have happened not just around the country, but around the world.