On Wednesday, W Magazine published a mash-up video on their YouTube channel that showcases a handful of Hollywood actors and actresses singing Gloria Gaynor’s 1979 hit “I Will Survive.” In the video’s description, the fashion publication states that the “all-star cast” came together for the collaboration “with the inauguration fast approaching.” Some of the more recognizable figures featured include Matthew McConaughey, Chris Pine, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, and Emma Stone.
“This is going to be interesting,” actor Andrew Garfield says as a lead in to the song. “It may get too real.”
The video never mentions Donald Trump by name, but the description indicates that the song is a rallying cry of an upset group following the election.
Since Donald Trump secured his spot as the 45th President of the United States, celebrities have done what comes naturally to them and got in front of the camera to create a slew of videos expressing their dismay.
Some celebrities got together to urge congress to “Stand Up To Trump.”
Other celebrities banded together to plea with the Republican Electoral College not to vote for the Republican candidate.
Hollywood celebrities were often used as props for Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign, but the fact they could not gain enough influence to secure her win has not stopped them from continuing to share their political views after the fact.
Here, are some “celebrities” calling themselves “famous people” to beg American citizens not to vote for Donald Trump: