bill nye, Connie Britton, and other celebs were out in full force Saturday. In person and on the social media, almost all big Hollywood stars celebrated Earth Day and supported marches in the cities. The March for Science is one of the latest in a series of grassroots protests and organized events that arose in the wake of the election of Trump. Some famous stars joined politicians and scientists around the globe, and organizers claimed that the marchers support the environment protection.

Bill Nye on Earth Day

He is a host of Netflix show “Bill Nye Saves the World” and one of the best public advocates in the world.

Bill Bye served as an unofficial ambassador in Washington, D.C., speaking about the importance of science, arts, and engineering in our lives. Nye believes that March for Science is a good step to create awareness among people.

Science has the power to bring changes in our lives. He is currently the CEO of The Planetary Society. Born in 1955, Bill Nye studied engineering at the Cornell University. He occasionally delivers lectures on ecology and astronomy in Washington D.C.

and Cornell. He is one of the biggest supporters of Earth Day.

Connie Britton and March for Science

She has not been shy about sharing her support for March for Science. She took it to Instagram and Twitter to attract her fans towards the event. Connie Britton was born in 1967 and is a famous Americana actress. She began her career from the 1995 film “The Brothers McMullen.”

Her other prominent projects are “Spin City,” “The Fighting Fitzgeralds,” “Lost at Home,” “Friday Night Lights,” and “The Last Winter.” Britton received positive reviews from critics for work in “Nashville.” The actress shared dozens of pictures and left sweet messages on Twitter to attract fans towards March for Science.

What is Earth Day?

This annual event is celebrated on April 22. It demonstrates support for environmental protection. People are encouraged to play their role in protecting animals and plants from dangers. The event was first celebrated in 1970 in more than 120 countries worldwide.

This year, on Earth Day, numerous fashion models and celebrities were forefronts to support the environment.

Fans looked excited about the activities of their favorite stars. Leonardo DiCaprio, Bill Nye, and others were a part of marches, and some took it to social media to create awareness among the public.

On social media, stars mostly used Twitter to express their support, including “Mystery Science 3000” creator Joel Hodgson, and “Star Trek” actor George Takei. Mark Ruffalo posted several memes and Chelsea Clinton delighted through her emoji.