These celebs couldn't attend the Women's March, but still made their voices heard

The power of social media.

By Jessica Chandra
Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner

History was made over the weekend, after it was estimated that the Women’s Marches all around the world drew over three million people.

At the key events in Washington DC and cities throughout the States, celebrities like Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, America Ferrera, Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn and more made their voices heard and walked alongside hundreds of thousands of other women protesting the new U.S. President, Donald Trump, who was sworn in the day before.

Not everyone could be there, though, and some celebrities showed their support via social media.

Like Taylor Swift, who copped backlash for her tweet:

And Kim Kardashian:

Kim’s sister Kendall Jenner also wished she could have been there, but was in Paris (and also used the same image):

Jennifer Lawrence apologised for not making the March, and called out Trump’s bad dance skills:

Gigi Hadid posted a series of tweets to show her support:

Zoe Saldana quoted Malala Yousafzai:

Orlando Bloom showed his support while his girlfriend, Katy Perry, was among the women in full force:

P. Diddy is proud of the “queens” who marched:

And so is Kevin Bacon: