Published Jan 21, 2019The third annual Women's March descended upon Washington, DC, and many other cities around the world on Saturday (January 19), and women and their allies once again got creative with their signs. In fact, many turned to pop stars like Ariana Grande and Cardi B for inspiration.
Grande shared a selection of posters referencing her recent single "thank u, next" — some altering the lyrics to something slightly more vulgar directed at U.S. President Donald Trump.
A few signs opted for "fuck u, next," while others went with the "One taught me love / One taught me patience / One taught me pain" line accompanied by photos of figures like Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez representing the first two — and Trump standing in for "pain."
There were also "God Is a Woman" signs, as well as an impressively quick turnaround for a "7 rings"-inspired sign that read: "You like my rights? / Gee thanks, I want them."
See some of the one's that caught the attention of Grande herself below.
Following last week's viral rant about Trump's government shutdown, Cardi B also served as inspiration for plenty of posters.
From "I Do" lyrics to quotes from the aforementioned Instagram video rant, marchers were spreading her message — and she also took notice and shared some of her favourites.
I can't believe how many posters of me where made at Womensmarch In DC ! I wish I was there :') I'm so honored . pic.twitter.com/N4CFen5UnO— iamcardib (@iamcardib) January 20, 2019
Some Cardi B signs at the Women's March in Washington, D.C. today! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/RGFBd2ORj7— Cardi B Official Team (@CardiBTeam) January 20, 2019