"I suggest that all women refuse to have sex with men until they are guaranteed the right to choose by Congress," the singer and actress tweeted.
Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Mark Ruffalo, Alyssa Milano and other stars are backing Gavin Newsom ahead of California's recall election.
"We CANNOT accept that this is normal and can't be changed," Elijah Wood tweeted following the deaths of 10 people in another mass shooting this week.
The disaster has seen many take to social media to share their frustration at the situation, with many frustrated at the failing infrastructure and response by officials.
Donald Trump was acquitted on Saturday in an unprecedented second impeachment trial and the vocal anti-Trump actress is not happy.
The late U.S. Capitol police officer died from injuries sustained while responding to pro-Trump rioters who stormed the building on January 6.
The "Wind Beneath My Wings" singer has been celebrating the end of the Trump era on Twitter.
Footage of Trump leaving Washington, D.C. has been circulating on social media, along with jubilant displays of celebration from a number of high-profile voices.
"How many more will die in the service of this mediocrity? And watch, he'll burn the WH down before he goes," Midler tweeted Tuesday.
The Guardians of the Galaxy and Suicide Squad director blasted the Missouri politician after he was accused of fuelling the riots at the Capitol this week.
While both Republicans and Democrats in the political sphere have been reacting strongly to the call, so too have some high profile voices in the world of celebrity.
The $600 stimulus checks have been deemed an "insult" and a "joke" by critics on Twitter.
The veteran actress and singer lashed out at Trump once again in a scathing in which she also said the outgoing president deserves jail time.
"Probably wouldn't hurt to hose it down with holy water, either," the "Hocus Pocus" actress tweeted.
The anti-Trump actress and singer has taken aim at the Senate majority leader and the state of Kentucky, which keeps voting for him.
Donald Trump's attorney has tested positive for coronavirus and is currently being treated in hospital.
The actress has lashed out at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a scathing rant about delays in delivering a stimulus package amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The actor called the president "a whiny, sulky, petulant, Grinchy, vindictive little 10-ply-super-soft b****" in a thread shared Friday morning.
"I know you are a bottomless pit of need, but really, dude, the rest of us have lives to lead, and we just can't pay any more attention to you," the actress and singer tweeted.
It's no secret that Midler is not a fan of the Trump administration and a spat erupted online when McEnany tweeted about allegations of voter fraud in Michigan.
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.
Comedian Kathy Griffin joked: "My personal fave debate moment was when Joe Biden gave trump the sideways thumb with a "Get a hold of Abe Lincoln here.'"
Doug Jones will reprise his role as Billy Butcherson in the reunion, alongside an all-star cast joining the benefit.
Supporters and critics of both candidates were out in force voicing their views on how each performed.
"Turn out #Trump aides gave #WallStreet a heads up on how serious the virus was going to be, so they could profit by 'shorting everything,'" Midler tweeted on Thursday.
The actress is a frequent and highly vocal critic of the President whom she has now deemed "cruel and bloodthirsty" in a rant in which she did not hold back.
The Texas governor is restricting each county to only one ballot box each for the upcoming election, which could discourage Americans from voting.