The outspoken singer had some select words for Trump during this past weekend's Women's March in Los Angeles.
Thousands of people and many celebrities took a stand this weekend fighting for what they believe in during a series of Women's Marches that took place across the country with many of them referring to themselves as "Nasty Women" - a reference to a quote from Trump during 2016's extremely heated election.
Among these celebrities fighting for a bevy of causes (which included funding for Planned Parenthood and many human rights) was Miley Cyrus, who received a lot of attention following the election for posting a video response to Trump's win.
It was during this Women's March on Los Angeles that Cyrus vocalized her support for the Women's March movement and gave a speech atop a podium to thousands of fellow activists.
“We don’t want to talk about change, we want to be the change,” she said excitedly to the crowd. “And to know that I’m not alone in this dream brings me such hope, and hope is a crucial component in creating the world that we want to live in.”
Along with giving a speech, she joined the ranks of people marching down the streets holding up signs that said "HH 4 PP", which indicated her Happy Hippie Foundation was in support of Planned Parenthood.
When asked by Hollywood Life if she had a message for President Trump, she said, "Ermm, nothing. Just send him lots of love!"
The Women's Marches that happened across the country have been well publicized after several other outspoken celebrities like Ashley Judd and Madonna made their feelings known.
Watch Miley Cyrus' speech below.
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