Phoebe Bridgers leads ‘F—the Supreme Court’ vocals at Glastonbury Festival after Roe v. wade

Singer Phoebe Bridgers was quick to express her anger over the overturning of the Supreme Court ruling deer v. Wade during his show at the Glastonbury Festival in England on Friday.

“Who’s saying ‘f— the Supreme Court’ out of three?” she asked the crowd at Worthy Farm in Somerset. She then led the audience in singing.

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Bridgers, who published a cover of Bo Burnham in October to benefit Texas abortion funds, continued to express frustration with the decision. “F— that shit,” she cried. “F— America. Like, f— you. All those irrelevant old mothers trying to tell us what to do with our fucking bodies.”

She concluded her statement with a simple disgusted “ugh”.

Bridgers joins other artists and politicians who have shared their outrage at the Supreme Court’s decision striking down federal protections for the right to abortion that were codified in 1973. Among high-profile Americans who have stood turned to social media included Barack and Michelle Obama, Taylor Swift, and Shonda Rhimes.

Last month, Bridgers tweeted that she had an abortion in October, writing, “Everyone deserves this kind of access.”

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