Olivia Rodrigo has targeted Supreme Court justices who… destroyed Roe v. Wade this week.
Midway through her set at the iconic Glastonbury festival, the 19-year-old singer had a few words to choose from before the judges, who have allowed individual US states to ban abortions.
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“I am devastated and terrified. So many women and so many girls will die because of this,” she told the crowd.
She then brought British singer Lily Allen on stage to perform her hit song “F—You”.
“I wanted to dedicate this next issue to the five members of the Supreme Court who showed us that, after all, they don’t care about freedom,” she said.
“The song is for the judges,” she said, before calling them by name. ‘We hate you! We hate you.’
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The singer added: “This is actually my first Glastonbury and I share this stage with Lily, this is the biggest dream ever come true. But I am also just so heartbroken about what happened in America yesterday.”
She then introduced Allen to the audience, calling her “the most incredible songwriter, the most incredible artist, the most incredible person.”
They weren’t the only musicians to use the Glastonbury stage as a platform to address the Supreme Court ruling. On Friday, Phoebe Bridgers led her audience in a chant of “f—the Supreme Court.”
The landmark abortion regulation, in effect since 1973, was officially overturned Friday, meaning individual states in America now have the right to ban women from requesting legal abortions.
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US Senator Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez praised the young singer’s dedication to speaking out.
“THANK YOU @oliviarodrigo and every artist, athlete and entertainer who uses their platform to speak up in industries where there is tremendous pressure to say and do little as many believe silence is more profitable,” she says. tweeted† “Culture is important. Moments like this make a huge, huge difference.”
Numerous other celebrities have commented on the shocking statement, share their outrage on social media.
“I am absolutely terrified that this is where we are – that after so many decades of people fighting for women’s rights to their own bodies, today’s decision has robbed us of that,” Taylor Swift wrote on Twitter.
Kim Kardashian wrote on Instagram: “In America guns have more rights than women.”
Harry Styles also chimed in: “I’m absolutely devastated by the people of America today,” he said. ‘Look at your friends. Take care of each other. We’re all in this together and the fight has just begun. A really dark day for America.’
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