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Olivia Rodrigo got a whole crowd to sing “Fuck You” to the Supreme Court on Saturday, simply 2 days after the Court launched the Dobbs choice ending roe v. wade The vocalist was simply among a handful of artists who brought abortion rights to the Glastonbury phase over the weekend.
Rodrigo, who formerly spoke up versus the dripped dobbs choice draft in Might, welcomed Lily Allen to join her onstage Saturday to perform her hit single “Fuck You,” with an unique commitment to the Supreme Court’s conservative justices. Stating she was “ravaged and frightened” by the SCOTUS choice, Rodrigo informed the crowd, “Many ladies and women are going to pass away due to the fact that of this. And I wished to commit this next tune to the 5 members of the Supreme Court who have actually revealed us that, at the end of the day, they genuinely do not provide a shit about flexibility.” She went on to call Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh, who, together with Chief Justice John Roberts, voted to reverse roe v. wade “We dislike you,” she included.
The musical demonstrations at Glastonbury began on Friday, when Phoebe Bridgers stopped her efficiency at the celebration to send out a message to SCOTUS. “I’m having like the shittiest day,” she stated in between tunes. “Who wishes to state ‘Fuck the Supreme Court’ on 3?” After leading the chant, Bridgers called the SCOTUS judges who voted to reverse roe v. wade “unimportant, old motherfuckers attempting to inform us what to do with our fucking bodies.” Bridgers openly discussed her choice to have an abortion when the dobbs choice draft was at first dripped in May. “I had an abortion in October of in 2015 while I was on trip. I went to Planned Being a parent where they offered me the abortion tablet. It was simple,” she tweeted at the time. “Everybody is worthy of that sort of gain access to.”
Headliner Billie Eilish later on included her voice to the chorus of ladies opposing the choice at the celebration. “Today is a really dark day for ladies in America,” she informed the crowd throughout every Saturday night set, as she presented “Your Power,” a tune about “the idea of power and how we require to constantly keep in mind not to abuse it.”
Megan Thee Stallion likewise decided throughout each Glastonbury set. “Texas truly awkward me today,” she stated, motivating the crowd to boo. “And I wish to have it on the record that the motherfucking hot women and the hot young boys do not support this bullshit that y’ all marketing for.” She then led the crowd in a chant of, “My body, my motherfucking option!”
Bridgers, Eilish, Meg, and Rodrigo are simply a few of the stars who have actually spoken up versus the Supreme Court’s choice taking apart roe v. wade Lizzo revealed on Saturday that she had actually promised $500,000 of cash made from her approaching trip to Planned Being a parent, which Live Country had actually consented to match the contribution. “The most crucial thing is action & loud voices,” she composed on Instagram, asking fans to contribute to Planned Being a parent and the National Network of Abortion Funds. On the other hand, Halsey included a brand-new call to advocacy in her program reacting straight to the Supreme Court choice that stated in part, “Do not await the revolutionaries to alter the world. Be the revolutionaries.”
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