Hollywood stars, including Justin Bieber, Anne Hathaway, John Boyega and Viola Davis, are outraged over the death of George Floyd, and have lashed out at the racist treatment of black people in the US.
Beyoncé did not let Juneteenth pass without dropping one of her signature surprises - a new single called "Black Parade.”
Billie Eilish has said she is angry and called for justice over the killing of Rayshard Brooks.
Actress Angelina Jolie says the ongoing fight for "human rights and equality" in the US should be viewed as "one fight" taking place across the world.
Madonna was in attendance to show her solidarity with the movement following the death of George Floyd.
Emma was slammed for posting three images instead of one, with many social media users feeling she was paying more attention to the aesthetic of her Instagram page rather than the spirit of the protest.
Cardi B appealed to her fans to vote out Donald Trump in the upcoming 3 November US election.
Reality TV personality and model Kendall Jenner has denied using an edited image during the Black Lives Matter protests.
Rihanna‘s fashion and beauty brands stopped operating on Blackout Tuesday in a statement of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.