After Donald Trump referred to Hillary Clinton as a "nasty woman" during a presidential debate, many Hollywood celebrities proudly embraced the title for themselves as a way to show female solidarity against the man who would later become president. During Saturday's Women's March on Washington, many of these celebrities took the stage in a bizarre attempt to see who could be the nastiest of them all -- by delivering outrageous rants that were light on substance, but heavy on vulgarity.

Madonna wants to blow up the White House

One particularly offensive performance was given by Madonna, who declared that she has "thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House." After her speech, the pop star performed two songs from her catalogue of hits, "Express Yourself" and "Human Nature." During her performance of "Human Nature", she displayed the artistic genius of a seventh-grader by changing the lyrics to "Donald Trump, suck a d--k."

She closed out her performance by addressing her critics, shouting: “And to our detractors that insist that this march will never add up to anything, f--k you!

F--k You!”

CNN, who aired Madonna's speech live, failed to censor the offensive language. Uncensored video footage of Madonna's performance, which has now gone viral, can be found on dozens of sites from Twitter and YouTube to Breitbart News.

Judd's bizarre speech raises eyebrows

While Madonna's antics may be considered the most offensive of the day, the prize for the most bizarre rant goes to actress Ashley Judd, whose rambling tirade veered into the realm of the uncomfortably awkward and incoherent.

Judd's speech, the transcript of which can be read on the Breitbart News website, featured several ridiculous and nonsensical statements, such as "I’m not as nasty as using little girls like Pokemon before their bodies have even developed," and, "I am not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, like your wet dreams infused with your own genes."

Judd concluded her speech at the Women's March on Washington with a dose of misandry, asking Scarlett Johansson why female actors were paid less than their male counterparts and claiming that her wages have been cut with "blades sharpened by testosterone."