Hollywood creatives and other celebrities continue to emote and lament the Supreme Court’s overturning of its 1972 abortion decision Roe v. Wade two days after the court handed down its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. 

All times eastern.

6:44 PM — Co-writer for the Borat sequel: “We’re pro-life” with our desire to dismember children for any reason, no matter how far along an unborn baby is.

6:41 PM — Julia Louis-Dreyfus (VeepSeinfeld) turns a post commemorating her own anniversary into a fundraising pitch for “pro-choice candidates”:

6:32 PM — Storm Reid, the star of Ava DuVernay’s film adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, cries at the thought of precious babies interrupting her friend’s precious careers by taking their first breaths instead of having their necks snipped in utero. Via THR:

“I have friends who have been in situations where they’ve had to go to Planned Parenthood,” the Euphoria star said in a conversation with Ava DuVernay and Nina Shaw on Thursday afternoon in Ojai. “That right could possibly be taken away from the people I care about and people who don’t have the resources to be able to be a normal young human and make a mistake or whatever the case may be.

“The [possibility] they don’t have the ability to have a choice of what they do to their body is devastating,” Reid continued, beginning to cry onstage. “I hate calling myself an activist because I’m not on the ground doing the work activists do, but I try through my art to choose projects and create projects and even watch projects that are saying something. And just because something is not directly affecting me, the fact that it’s directly affecting someone else, [I choose] to do something.”

6:21 PM — Pop star Lorde also says FTSC at Glastonbury.

Transcript via Stereogum:

“Wanna hear a secret girls?” she said on-stage. “Your bodies were destined to be controlled and objectified since before you were born. That horror is your birthright. But here’s another secret. You possess strength. That wisdom is also your birthright. I ask you today to make exercising that wisdom your life’s work because everything depends on it. Fuck the Supreme Court.”

6:12 PM — Elder stateswoman Mia Farrow has an idea for a constitutional amendment:

5:25 PM — Actress Jodie Sweetin of Full House and Fuller House appears to have been pushed to the ground by LAPD officers during a pro-abort protest Sunday.

4:22 PM — Disney star Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen dedicate the song “Fuck You” to the Supreme Court at Glastonbury, one-upping Billy Eilish. Via THR:

“I’m devastated and terrified that so many women and so many girls are going to die because of this,” said Rodrigo. “I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court who have showed us that at the end of the day, they truly don’t give a s— about freedom.”

“This song goes out to the justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh. We hate you,” Rodrigo declared, while Allen flipped them off gracefully.

The two sang Allen’s 2009 single “F— You,” from her It’s Not Me, It’s You album.

3:40 PM — West Side Story actress Rita Moreno tells Variety she is “really nervous and frightened and horrified” by the Dobbs decision.

Moreno remembers when the Roe v. Wade decision became the law of the land: “I was jubilant.”

As “depressed” as she is by today’s ruling, Moreno also, like so many, isn’t completely surprised. “Hilary Clinton warned everybody about this,” she said. “I’m not shocked because I saw it coming but I’m stunned.”

3:35 PM — Dancing with the Stars performer Cheryl Burke she has no regrets and feels no shame for an abortion she had at 18, claims somehow she is not a mother because she paid to have her child killed:

2:16 PM — Actress Rosanna Arquette calls for “serious boycotts of any corporation” that donates to pro-life groups.

2:08 PM — Doctor Dolittle 2 actor Michael Rapaport posts a video to social media mocking Christians who are celebrating the Dobbs decision and propagating the myth of Clarence Thomas’ alleged sexual harassment, then spams it in the replies to a bunch of Breitbart News Twitter posts, regardless of whether they relate to abortion. Here’s that attention you ordered, Michael!

2:06 PM — Meadow Walker, daughter to the late actor Paul Walker, says she procured an abortion during the coronavirus pandemic. Snuffing out an innocent human life has made her “happy and healthy,” she says.

2:03 PM — TMZ reports comedian Sarah Silverman joined a protest Saturday in New York City, wearing a t-shirt that said “Love Your Mother” — as demonstrators blocked traffic in the hopes of acquiring more power to dismember the unborn at will.

1:44 PM — Actress Debra Messing says “women and girls will die” if they can’t dismember defenseless girls in utero.

1:23 PM — Monty Python legend John Cleese accuses the Supreme Court justices who voted for the majority in Dobbs of lying during their confirmation hearings.

1:20 PM — Chris Evans, star of Pixar/Disney’s Lightyear, announces he has donated to an abortion fund:

10:20 AM — Singer/actress Nancy Sinatra shares a political cartoon:

10:17 AM — Documentary filmmaker Jeremy Newberger suspects some men who were not involved in deciding the constitutionality of declaring a federal right to dismember innocent unborn children for convenience’s sake may have procured abortions. Curious! He is very intelligent.

10:12 AM — Director Rob Reiner thinks Democrats should “kill the filibuster” to pass laws enshrining a “right” to dismember innocent unborn children (and, somehow, that they have a chance of keeping the House of Representatives this November):

10:09 AM — Pop star Cher with the “if men could get pregnant, they’d also choose to dismember an innocent unborn child” take:

9:45 AM — Pop star Pink tells people with differing politics to “NEVER FUCKING LISTEN TO MY MUSIC AGAIN.”

9:40 AM — Model and infomercial spokeswoman Daisy Fuentes accuses Republicans of going Communist.