Celebs are picking up right where Hillary Clinton left off.
At Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards in Hollywood on Monday, attendees had a little fun on Instagram finally “shattering” the glass ceiling. Female stars like Lena Dunham, Zendaya, and Cara Delevingne all took turns grabbing a prop of their choice and throwing it at the camera while also revealing whom they were shattering the ceiling for.
For example, Zendaya threw some punches for her “little nieces.”
The event paid tribute to Clinton, who lost last week’s presidential election to Donald Trump.
“She was the first woman to win a major party nomination. The first woman to win the popular vote for the presidency,” host Tracee Ellis Ross began. “We talk about glass ceilings. Hillary Rodham Clinton may not have shattered it. But what she did do, was this…”
Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes chimed in with, “She had the courage to be the one to raise her hand and say ‘I will do this,’ for all of us. She was outspoken and noisy and opinionated. For all of us. She had the audacity to believe she could be anything she wanted. For all of us. She went toe to toe with any bully trying to make life harder. For all of us.”
Dunham added, “All this time Hillary Rodham Clinton has been forging a path to a place where it is not only okay, it is required, to be unapologetically competitive, beautifully intelligent, and the smartest person in every room.”
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Dunham got some aggression out when she hurled a hammer at the camera in honor of her late grandmothers Dorothy Trussell Simmons and Carol Marguerite Dunham.
Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles flexed her muscles “for inspiring young athletes.”
Plus-size model Ashley Graham whipped a shoe at the glass “for body diversity.”
Models Delevinge and Adwoa Aboah also grabbed two pairs of heels and threw them at the same time “for all our girls.”
Actress Gabourey Sidibe shattered the glass “for people of color.”
Rhimes took a bat to the glass “for my daughters and for little girls everywhere.”
Meanwhile, all it took was a glance from Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour to shatter the glass for “my daughter, and every young woman in her generation.”