They're two of President Donald Trump's most outspoken celebrity critics.
Chrissy Teigen and Amy Schumer were among the famous faces leading the charge, in Los Angeles and New York City respectively, among the 700 marches nationwide for Families Belong Together on Saturday.
Teigen, 32, urged those in attendance to 'let go of fear and see each other's humanity,' while her husband John Legend delivered a rendition of his track Preach.
Taking a stand: Chrissy Teigen, 32, and Amy Schumer, 37, were among the famous faces leading the charge, in LA and NYC respectively, among the 700 marches nationwide for Families Belong Together on Saturday
The outspoken Grammy winner told the crowd they needed to be politically-engaged in the changing times.
He said, 'You can't just talk about it or tweet about it. You've got to do something … I know a lot of us have a strong temptation to just disengage, but we can't.
'We can't do that - I can't do that - I have to do something.'
Other notable entertainers involved in the Los Angeles protest Saturday included Cher, Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman, Laverne Cox, Rosanna Arquette and Joshua Jackson. In New York City, Schumer was joined by Padma Lakshmi.
Strength: Teigen told those in attendance to 'let go of fear and see each other's humanity'
No laughing matter: Schumer spoke to the crowd in the Big Apple
Families together: The Sports Illustrated stunner was with her son Miles (in a papoose) daughter Luna and mother Vilailuck Teigen at the event
Musical message: Legend played his song Preach at the LA rally
Legendary: The silky smooth singer