"We're going to need a lot of humility and compassion right now," the Charmed actress tweeted. "Anger and triumphalism is less helpful."
Thursday night saw President Trump deliver a deeply controversial speech where he alleged that Democrats were attempting to steal the presidential election.
In Michigan, the "stop the count" demonstrations began Wednesday night outside the TCF Center in Detroit causing police officers to push back crowds.
Hollywood has been rallying behind the Democrats, urging their fans to get out and vote and expressing their outrage at Coney Barrett's rushed confirmation.
Supporters and critics of both candidates were out in force voicing their views on how each performed.
"Charmed" cast members old and new are locked in a witchy war of words over the CW reboot and original version of the supernatural show.
The "Star Wars" actor is one of many to share disgust at the Senate Majority Leader's behavior during a debate over the government's COVID response.
"Every American has a fundamental right to breathe clean air and drink clean water," the actress tweeted on Thursday.
The actress-activist lashed out at Trump during a Tuesday appearance on "The View," for what she deems reckless behavior.
Several well-known anti-Trump celebrities have not minced words about the stunt—here's what Alyssa Milano, Jim Gaffigan, Bette Midler and more have said.
The actress and vocal Trump critic, who is still suffering lingering effects of virus herself, tweeted that she wouldn't wish the virus on her "worst enemy."
Outspoken anti-Trump celebrities had a strong reaction to the remarks with Alyssa Milano labeling the incumbent a "f****** racist" while Jim Gaffigan called him a "racist pig."
The actress explained on Twitter that she didn't wear blackface for a 2013 "Funny or Die" sketch—she was making fun of Snooki's tan.
Although the allegations weren't against the presidential candidate, Milano said the "buck stops at the top" and encouraged him to "publicly remedy the matter."
"Keep getting new followers today is it because my tweets are so fire? lol," Bachman wrote Thursday, noting that it was her second-ever tweet.
"Grey's Anatomy" Season 16, Episode 3 featured a "Charmed" reunion, a Grey Sloan firing and Meredith's unconventional return to medicine. Here's a full recap of the event of "Reunited" on ABC.
"I'm fighting for you, too. That you might be free to be you."
"I've had enough of empty words from our leaders."
Milano's visit to the facility occurred the same day Democratic presidential candidates were set to attend a debate about 30 miles away.
If you still find yourself well-versed within the findings of the Mueller investigation, you still have a chance.
"You can't just show up and say, 'Let me in,' in general," noted attorney Robyn Barnard of Human Rights First.
"We in the entertainment industry pride ourselves on inclusivity, equality and choice," Milano said.
The fallout continues for Georgia after Gov. Brian Kemp signed a stringent anti-abortion law last week.
"I am a Black American. For her it's nothing. It's just a mean for her to shout into the Twitter echo chamber to get feedback," Owens said.
The actress and campaigner appeared to compare the Trump campaign merchandise to robes worn by the Ku Klux Klan.
Celebrities like Alyssa Milano and Bradley Whitford challenged film studios to avoid shooting TV and movies in the Peach State after Stacey Abrams's loss.
The actor was among the first women to come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.