Celebrities Take to Twitter on Trump's Inauguration Day

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Rihanna, Lena Dunham, Alec Baldwin, Shonda Rhimes and more weighed in.

Inauguration Day has arrived and many in Hollywood have taken to social media to share their thoughts.

Many celebrities are lending their star power to Saturday's Women's March on Washington and the Chelsea Handler-led March on Main at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, and a handful of others came out in NYC on Thursday night to protest outside Trump's International Hotel.

But on the day of Donald Trump's swearing in as the 45th president, many in Hollywood feel that the best way to protest the president would be to give his inauguration festivities low ratings.

Katy Perry took to Twitter early Friday morning to say she's "sleeping in" and will be marching in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. Lena Dunham posted a photo of herself in her "pussyhat" on a bus heading to D.C. for the Women's March.

George Lopez said he is going on a "#Brownout" in protest of Trump not having a Latino appointed to his cabinet for the first time since 1988, and urged others to support his stance.

Shonda Rhimes complimented former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her "maturity and grace" in attending the Inauguration.

Other celebrities focused on saying goodbye and thanking former President Obama. Rihanna called it the "worst breakup ever" alongside a photo of Obama. Kendrick Lamar and OneRepublic both expressed their gratitude to the 44th president. Amongst the saddened celebrities were a few people who were gleeful about the inauguration, including Roseanne Barr and Jenna Jameson.

See all the celebrities taking to social media below.


worst breakup ever.

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Thank you.

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