International Women's Day 2020: How Stars Are Celebrating Strong Females from Around the World
From Hollywood to across the country and around the world, take a look at how celebs are celebrating the women in their lives and those they admire
The Kardashian-Jenner matriarch and momager paid tribute to her daughters and granddaughters with a sweet montage of family photos.
"Happy International Women's Day!! I am beyond blessed to be surrounded by so many incredible women. My girls are my everything, and I could not be more proud of the women they have become.. smart, strong, amazing moms to my grandkids, hard working women that inspire so many, including me, every single day!" Jenner said.
"It brings me so much joy to see my grandkids grow, and I can't wait to see everything they will achieve knowing that nothing is impossible with passion and dedication! To all women and girls reading this, today let's celebrate!! Celebrate who you are today and who you will become tomorrow! Here to us, ladies!"
The new mom shared a photo from when she gave birth to son Isaac Menelik Giovanni on Jan. 18.
"This is the face of my greatest strength. The greatest pain I've ever known and the greatest accomplishment that I've ever achieved. On this International Women's Day understand that despite whatever pain or trial we have all experienced as women, we are also strong, powerful and capable of accomplishing greatness," Graham wrote on Instagram. "Happy International Women's Day! Let's all celebrate our, and each other's strengths today."
The Riverdale star gave praise to the women in his life, including wife Kelly Ripa and their daughter Lola. "Honored and Blessed to have these women in our lives. Happy #internationalwomensday," Consuelos wrote.
The Rock posted a father-daughter selfie with his second oldest child Jasmine. "Pōmaikaʻi Blessed, strong and the world will hear from you one day. #internationalwomensday #fatherdaughter #jasminej," Johnson said.
The actress was sandwiched between her mom and sister for a sweet family photo. "We can always use more opportunities to celebrate the deeply special women in our lives. Thinking of my beautiful Mumma and sister @AntoniaKidman today for #InternationalWomensDay," Kidman said.
The singer shared a cute photo of herself with son Jameson and daughter Willow during one of her tour stops.
"#internationalwomensday strong women; may we know them, may we raise them, may we be them," the mom of two shared.
The singer paid tribute to several influential women, but her mother was at the top of her list. "Of course my mom, whose shown me what it means to love someone. You love me and the people around you selflessly, fiercely, and unconditionally, and I think that's the best superpower a human can have. Thank you to all the women in the world that inspire us all to grow ❤️," Cabello said.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas
The actress celebrated IWD with an empowering message and video on Instagram.
"'An equal world is an enabled world.' That is the theme for this year's #InternationalWomensDay, and I couldn't agree more. I became aware of gender inequality at a young age and have come across girls and women who fight every day for their own and their community's basic rights and for equality," Chopra Jonas said. "Women have the power to change the world and I'm very excited to bring you the stories of such incredible women who support, encourage, elevate and inspire other girls and women to follow their dreams. I call them Women for Women. #W4W."
The NFL quarterback gave a sweet shout-out to the women in his life, including wife Gisele Bündchen and their daughter Vivienne.
"These women make my world go around! Happy international women's day! ❤️❤️😍😍," Brady wrote.
The teen activist reminded her fans and followers that every day is the time to advocate for gender equality.
"Today is #InternationalWomensDay and we recognize that women are still far from equal to men in today's societies. We still have a very long way to go. Those who will suffer the most from the climate- and environmental crisis are the ones who are already the most vulnerable, socially and financially," Thunberg said. "And that tends to be women living in the global south... We can not have climate justice without gender equality. And remember; what we women want today - and every day- is fundamental equal rights, not congratulations or celebrations."
Billy Ray Cyrus
The singer proudly shared a photo of wife Tish along with daughters Brandi, Miley and Noah. "My girls. Happy #InternationalWomensDay!" Cyrus said.
The Reddit co-founder raved about his daughter with wife Serena Williams. "Celebrating my little mango @olympiaohanian today & every day. And working hard with her mama to make the world she inherits a more just and fair and equal for her all the little ladies like her. #internationalwomensday," he captioned his father-daughter selfie.
The designer shared a selfie of herself sharing a sweet kiss with daughter Harper at Brooklyn Beckham's 21st birthday party.
The former first lady celebrated IWD with the first look at her upcoming special Creators for Change on Girls' Education, featuring YouTube creators Liza Koshy, Prajakta Koli and Thembe Mahlaba to discuss the state of girls' education around the world.
"Happy #InternationalWomensDay! Today, I hope you'll join me in celebrating women all over the world—and in renewing our commitment to empowering the next generation," the mother of two wrote. "We started the @GirlsOpportunityAlliance to support adolescent girls who face barriers to education so they can pursue their passions, fulfill their boundless potential, and make their voices heard."
The model shared a sunset photo of herself and daughter Genevieve taking in the beautiful view. "Here's to the strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them. Happy #InternationalWomensDay," Upton said.
The singer wrote an inspiring message for her fans on Instagram. "Strength and soft, vulnerable and nurturing, confidant and humble, the complete beauty and awesomeness and power of being female. So much is put on us from society, media, ourselves, so many labels. So many expectations to what it means and looks like and feels like to be a woman," she wrote.
"I say keep the labels and let me be the beauitfiul, emotional, insecure perfectly imperfect woman I am. Lets celebrate our sexuality, uniqueness, and let the world try to figure out how to understand it. Happy international woman's day to every woman, mother, sister, daughter, friend, boss, and badass lady out there," Kesha continued. "I want to live in a world and work in an industry where we, the fucking magic women, build each other up instead of compare or compete. I reject that idea and will not entertain it any longer. Women, we are gods and goddesses. We hold the key to humanity. We decide IF we populate the Earth, and if so, with whom. We could just decide not to have any more kids and the human race would be over. Just as a reminder, men. THAT is power. I just really f---ing love being a woman and today is for us, all of us. Celebrate the uncategorizable woman you are."
The star wished her fans a happy IWD on Instagram, writing, "Wishing you a very happy International Women's Day 2020! Wishing you a day filled with goodness and warmth. On this March 8, I wish you happiness, health, success and prosperity in the years ahead!"