Amber Rose took to the streets of Los Angeles on Saturday to bring her message of body positivity, gender equality and sexual enlightenment to the masses -- and the outspoken model and TV personality got tons of love and support from her friends and fans.
The Dancing With the Stars contestant was joined by thousands of men and women who came out to the second annual Amber Rose Slutwalk at Pershing Square, carrying posters and signs advocating for a number of different causes.
Rose spoke with ET about the high-profile event, and stressed the important of positive body image and acceptance.
"This is the no judgment zone. We're out here, we're embracing everyone, this is very positive and very loving," Rose said of the Slutwalk. "It's important to feel self-confident, because that's what gets you through the day and through your life."
As for the show of support from her DWTS co-stars and thousands of fans and followers who participated in the groundbreaking event, the 32-year-old model and activist said she felt "overwhelmed with happiness."
"I like, almost cried for a second. I probably will cry throughout the day," she added. "It's beautiful, it really is, and I'm happy that I have all this support."
One the many stars who came out in support was Rose's long-time friend, Blac Chyna, who stood on stage with Rose and talked about the issues at the forefront of the event.
Former Playboy model and reality star Kendra Wilkinson also turned up for the event, proudly showing off her curves in a semi-sheer, low-cut pink top and cut-off short shorts.
The 31-year-old model spoke with ET at the event, where she had nothing but praise for Rose, and what she's been able to accomplish with the massive event.
"Amber Rose is the one celebrity I choose to follow, because I stand with her! She has the balls to break the walls," Wilkinson shared. "She's doing the dirty work and look at this! It's turned into a beautiful thing."
Rose also got a lot of support from some of her DTWS co-stars, including Maks Chmerkovskiy and his fiancée, Peta Murgatroyd, who are currently expecting their first child.
She also snapped a selfie with her fellow contestant, Little Women: LA star Terra Jole.
The second annual Slutwalk comes just days after Rose said on her Loveline podcast that she felt "body shamed" by comments made by DWTS judge Julianne Hough during a recent episode of the dancing competition series. Check out the video below to hear more.