Olivia Rodrigo pauses concert to condemn Roe v. Wade leak, Phoebe Bridgers reveals she had abortion

Olivia Rodrigo paused one of her recent concerts to condemn a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion that indicated the court may upend the 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade that established a constitutional right to abortion.

The "good 4 u" singer, 19, made her comments while onstage at The Anthem, a concert venue in Washington, D.C., where she stopped to perform for her "Sour" world tour.

"I couldn't pass up the opportunity to talk about how heartbroken I am over the Supreme Court's potential decision," Rodrigo said, to cheers from the crowd, in a video posted to Twitter Wednesday. "What a women does with her body should never be in the hands of politicians, and I hope we can use our voices to protect the right to have a safe abortion, which is a right that so many people before us have worked so hard to get.”

Rodrigo isn't the only celebrity offering opinions about the Supreme Court leak. Following the news, singer Phoebe Bridgers revealed she had an abortion last fall.

"I had an abortion in October of last year while I was on tour. I went to planned parenthood where they gave me the abortion pill. It was easy. Everyone deserves that kind of access," Bridgers wrote on her Instagram Story Tuesday, sharing a link to a list of organizations that support abortion.

Phoebe Bridgers

Politico published the 98-page leaked draft opinion Monday night, as many Hollywood stars attended the Met Gala.

This year's theme of fashion's biggest night called for attendees to channel the gilded age – an era in U.S. history leading up to the turn of the 20th century. Many drew parallels between the Met Gala theme and the leaked draft opinion, which could return the United States to a time in the past when abortion was not considered a constitutional right. 

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Amy Schumer, who also attended the gala, quipped on Instagram that she "forgot" her rights at the Met Gala. "If anyone sees them let me know protest wherever you are today at 5," she wrote. 

"The Gilded Age," Busy Philipps captioned a screenshot of a news article headline about the Supreme Court, adding hashtags including "#bansoffourbodies #met gala #abortionishealthcare #abortionrights"

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Whoopi Goldberg showed support for those who have had abortions during Tuesday's episode of "The View." 

"Getting an abortion is not easy. Making that decision is not easy. It's not something people do lightly," she said. "If you don't have the wherewithal to understand that … then you're not looking out for me as a human being … and that is not okay."

"I can’t believe we are here," Mark Ruffalo wrote. "Book burning, bans on classroom discussions about race and sexuality, the erosion of voter’s rights aimed at the poor and people of color. It’s literally a right wing crack down on democratic norms. The worst are full of passionate intensity."

Yvette Nicole Brown highlighted the importance of voting in all elections. 

"If you are upset that #RoeVWade is about to be overturned by the Supreme Court but you didn’t vote in 2016 or you voted for Trump because you didn’t like the smart lady, YOU did this w/your apathy or your decision to choose an imp for President. YOU gave him THREE SCOTUS seats," she tweeted. "Votes matter. Voting in EVERY election matters. The people we elect — or those who are elected when people can’t be bothered to #vote — make decisions every day that affect our lives & livelihoods. This decision affects the HEALTHCARE of millions of women. Great job! #sarcasm"

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"Make no mistake," Josh Gad tweeted. "A majority in this country are angry tonight. Not a small majority. A giant majority. I am seeing that rage. I am hearing that rage. I am feeling that rage. And to all scared women tonight, I will fight for you & with you. I will fight like hell. We all must."

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Contributing: USA TODAY staff