“I Will Survive” against Donald Trump!! Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, and More Oscar Hopefuls Perform “I Will Survive.” Next Friday, January 20, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in. Many Hollywood figures were open supporters of the Democrat side.
The United States elections of 2016 proved to be the rarest in history, with allegations of ethical misconduct and official mail leaks. However, a constant during the campaigns of Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump was the support of many prominent Hollywood figures to the Democratic Party.
21 Hollywood actors sing “I Will Survive” against Donald Trump
Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Matthew McConaughey and more stars were summoned by W Magazine to sing one of the most suggestive themes on the occasion of the arrival of the new president.
21 Hollywood stars were asked by the magazine W Magazine to sing the song “I Will Survive” as a symbol of the arrival of the new US president, Donald Trump.
According to the publication, the reason is quite clear: “While the song has long been interpreted through a conscious social lens, it is the kind of hymn that we need more than ever with the taking of possession over us. With the imminent arrival of Donald Trump to the presidency. I will survive “.
Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Matthew McConaughey, Andrew Garfield, Felicity Jones, Dakota Fanning, Amy Adams, Chris Pine, Hailee Steinfeld, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Williams, Greta Gerwig and Mahershala Ali. They all are some of the protagonists of the video in which They appear reciting, singing or what occurs to them with the song.
After the surprise victory of Trump, many actors have felt confronted by the president-elect and have even set a position of open opposition that in a week will be the 45th. President of the American Union.
Celebs Sing ‘I Will Survive’ Ahead of Trump Inauguration
W Magazine released a promotional video of its Best Performance edition where 21 actors such as Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Matthew McConaughey, Andrew Garfield and Felicity Jones interpret a different version of the hymn to the Resistance in the adversities of Gloria Gaynor, “I will survive.”
Next Friday, January 20, Donald J. Trump will take the oath and have had trouble attracting celebrities who want to be present on his Inauguration Day.