Billie Eilish, Lily Allen and Olivia Rodrigo were among the many singers who protested Friday's Supreme Court decision that took away Americans' constitutional right of abortion.

Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen perform the song "F-- You" in response to Saturday's Supreme Court decision. This was just two days after Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Court.

This landmark decision overturned Roe V. Wade and effectively ended the nearly fifty-year-old tradition of reproductive rights.

"I am devastated and terrified. "I wanted to dedicate the next song to the Supreme Court members who have shown us that freedom is not their top priority.

Rodrigo told the thousands of people watching her performance at the event that the Supreme Court had overturned Roe v. Wade, a law that guarantees a woman's right to a safe abortion.

Rodrigo, 19 years old, said that "so many women and so much girls are going to be killed because of this."

She said that the song she's about to record is "I think" one of our favorites. It's about power and how to not abuse it. "And today is really, really dark for women in the U.S.

Taylor Swift is "absolutely scared that this is where I am--that after so many years of women fighting for their rights to their bodies, today's decision has stripped me of that."