A number of high-profile entertainment figures are set to deliver speeches at tonight's (February 24) United Voices rally, organised by United Talent Agency (UTA).
UTA, which represents music acts including Mariah Carey, DJ Khaled, Guns N' Roses, Muse, Toby Keith and David Gilmour and Christine And The Queens, has cancelled its traditional Academy Awards party to host the rally at its Los Angeles headquarters in protest at the Trump travel ban. It will be broadcast live from 11pm to 1am GMT via UTA's Facebook page.
Speakers and performers will include UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer, California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Jodie Foster, Michael J. Fox, Reza Aslan, Keegan-Michael Key, Cynthia Erivo, Wilmer Valderrama, DJ Cassidy, David Garibaldi, Sam and Casey Harris of X Ambassadors, International Rescue committee president and CEO David Miliband and American Civil Liberties Union executive Hector Villagra.
Additional attendees include Sasha Alexander, Jai Courtney, Ted Danson, James Franco, Perez Hilton, Juliette Lewis, Minka Kelly, Bill Nye, Emily Ratajkowski, Retta, Seth Rogen, Mary Steenburgen and Aisha Tyler.
Headquartered in Beverly Hills, UTA also has offices in New York, Nashville, Toronto, Miami, London and Malmo.