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Selena Gomez unites with Bella Thorne at March For Ours Lives LA

Selena Gomez and Bella Thorne joined forces during Saturday’s March For Our Lives protest in Los Angeles.

The stars were seen sharing a friendly embrace as they took the streets to demonstrate against gun violence with thousands of other marchers.

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Selena used her platform as Instagram’s most popular user to continue sharing her message through the day, writing: ‘PLEASE. ENOUGH. These people, families and CHILDREN have suffered enough.’

 

Bella Thorne came read for Saturday's March For Our Lives protest in LA, bringing along a hand-painted sign

Making an impact: Stars Selena Gomez and Bella Thorne joined forces during Saturday’s March For Our Lives protest in Los Angeles

At the march, Wolves singer Selena kept comfortable in a stripped shirt and raw-hemmed blued jeans.

She clipped her nearly-shoulder length bob back with two barrettes and also wore a silver cross prominently on her chest.

The words ‘Never again’ were scrawled on one arm while she had the name of the march on the other and held hands with a close friend.

Selena crossed paths with fellow Disney star Bella and gave her a warm hug, even leaning in to kiss her cheek during the embrace.

Teaming up: The stars were seen sharing a friendly embrace as they took the streets to demonstrate against gun violence with thousands of other marchers

Teaming up: The stars were seen sharing a friendly embrace as they took the streets to demonstrate against gun violence with thousands of other marchers

Jean queen! At the march, Wolves singer Selena kept comfortable in a stripped shirt and raw-hemmed blued jeans

Jean queen! At the march, Wolves singer Selena kept comfortable in a stripped shirt and raw-hemmed blued jeans

Together: The words 'Never again' were scrawled on one arm while she had the name of the march on the other and held hands with a close friend

Together: The words ‘Never again’ were scrawled on one arm while she had the name of the march on the other and held hands with a close friend

Coming together: Selena crossed paths with fellow Disney star Bella and gave her a warm hug, even leaning in to kiss her cheek during the embrace

Coming together: Selena crossed paths with fellow Disney star Bella and gave her a warm hug, even leaning in to kiss her cheek during the embrace

The Midnight Sun star was also dressed down for the day of protest, sporting ripped jeans, retro sequined jacket and white shirt emblazoned with a peace sign.

She tied her raspberry tresses back into a messy bun which she matched with rose-colored glasses.

In her hand, the Famous In Love actress held a green sign which listed a litany of insults: ‘F*** the medical system. F*** politics. F*** your blood money. F*** your racism. F*** your guns. Stop forgetting, Start progressing.’

Bella was joined my beau ModSun who wore a fuzzy red jacket over a peace-sign shirt which matched his other half, while holding a hand-painted sign that read: ‘Stand for the ones who fell.’ 

Peace and love: The Midnight Sun star was also dressed down for the day of protest, sporting ripped jeans, retro sequined jacket and white shirt emblazoned with a peace sign

Peace and love: The Midnight Sun star was also dressed down for the day of protest, sporting ripped jeans, retro sequined jacket and white shirt emblazoned with a peace sign

'Start progressing': In her hand, the Famous In Love actress held a green sign which listed a litany of insults: 'F*** the medical system. F*** politics. F*** your blood money. F*** your racism. F*** your guns. S top forgetting, Start progressing.'

‘Start progressing’: In her hand, the Famous In Love actress held a green sign which listed a litany of insults: ‘F*** the medical system. F*** politics. F*** your blood money. F*** your racism. F*** your guns. S top forgetting, Start progressing.’

It's a sign! Bella was joined my beau ModSun who wore a fuzzy red jacket over a peace-sign shirt which matched his other half, while holding a hand-painted sign that read: 'Stand for the ones who fell'

It’s a sign! Bella was joined my beau ModSun who wore a fuzzy red jacket over a peace-sign shirt which matched his other half, while holding a hand-painted sign that read: ‘Stand for the ones who fell’

He added flashy accessories, donning star-shaped glasses a la Bootsy Collins and slinging a sparkling Marc Jacobs snapshot bag across his front. 

Selena shared a message of change with her 130million Instagram followings, captioning four photos from the demonstration with one impassioned message.

‘I don’t want this to just be an Instagram post anymore. PLEASE. ENOUGH. These people, families and CHILDREN have suffered enough. 

Today we march for our lives. I’m going to continue to trust god with the future and also play my part in bringing change. #marchforourlives #notjustahashtag’

A following: Selena shared a message of change with her 130million Instagram followings, captioning four photos from the demonstration with one impassioned message

A following: Selena shared a message of change with her 130million Instagram followings, captioning four photos from the demonstration with one impassioned message

People power: Bella was joined by a troupe of friends at the march, which was also attended by survivors of the Marjory Stoneman shooting, Mia Freeman and Hayley Licata

People power: Bella was joined by a troupe of friends at the march, which was also attended by survivors of the Marjory Stoneman shooting, Mia Freeman and Hayley Licata

Star power: Selena and Bella were some of the many stars at LA's demonstration, which also included Hailey Baldwin, Amy Schumer, Maria Shriver, Younger's Yara Shahidi and more

Star power: Selena and Bella were some of the many stars at LA’s demonstration, which also included Hailey Baldwin, Amy Schumer, Maria Shriver, Younger’s Yara Shahidi and more

Selena and Bella were some of the many stars at LA’s demonstration, which also included Hailey Baldwin, Amy Schumer, Maria Shriver, Younger’s Yara Shahidi and more.

Survivors of the Marjory Stoneman shooting, Mia Freeman and Hayley Licata, also received a huge applause from the audience during the LA event.

LA mayor Eric Garcetti compared the moment to the civil rights movement, adding: ‘It’s time to protect kids and not protect guns.’

Action since the 17 students and staff members killed in the attack has so far seen tens of thousands stage school walkouts and has thrust the gun debate into the national consciousness. 

Action: Since the 17 students and staff members killed in the attack over one month ago, the public has witnessed tens of thousands stage school walkouts and has thrust the gun debate into the national consciousness

Action: Since the 17 students and staff members killed in the attack over one month ago, the public has witnessed tens of thousands stage school walkouts and has thrust the gun debate into the national consciousness



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