Los Angeles: Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a trailblazer and an unapologetic feminist for her years of labor in the direction of ladies’s rights, a wide selection of movie personalities from Hollywood paid their tributes to the US Supreme Court justice who died on Friday. The history-making jurist and feminist icon died of most cancers at her residence in Washington. She was 87. A lifelong advocate of gender equality, she acquired the popularity of a cautious or reasonable choose and will probably be remembered as a authorized colossus. She was solely the second girl ever to function a justice on the nation’s highest court docket. Her dying led to an outpouring of grief from actors like Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, Reese Witherspoon, Octavia Spencer, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr and others.
“No 2020!!! No! No! Not now! Not this WOMAN!!! Please work your supreme magic, brilliant mind, and courage from Heaven!! Help us down here! Thank you for your service Queen!! Rest in glorious peace,” Davis tweeted. Spencer mentioned, “My deepest condolences to Justice Ginsberg’s loved ones. The nation mourns this loss quite deeply. #YouWereTheFairestOfThemAll” Witherspoon termed Ginsburg’s dying as “painfully tragic for our nation”.
“Justice Ginsburg’s profound impact on the country’s justice system is unparalleled as a leader who shined light and hope when we needed it most. It is now our turn to carry her fight. Rest In Power, RBG,” she added. “Her rest is earned. It is our turn to fight,” tweeted Washington.
Chris Evans shared a photograph of Justice Ginsburg with a easy caption, “One of one”. Hugh Jackman remembered her as a “maverick” who modified the “entire world” for higher.
“Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the kind of scholar and patriot you get excited about explaining to your kids. The kind of person who you say ‘who knows, one day you could be HER’. I hope you rest well, RBG, you must have been tired from changing the world,” wrote Mindy Kaling. Downey Jr posted a quote from Justice Ginsburg as he tweeted, “‘Fight for the things you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you’ RIP, RBG.” Brie Larson thanked Justice Ginsburg for her years of service and mentioned that ladies all around the world will proceed her struggle in the direction of “pushing our way into all the places we’ve yet to be invited”.
Patricia Arquette remembered Justice Ginsburg as “a champion and a hero”. “Thank you for your tireless work,” she added. Mark Ruffalo mentioned along with her dying the US has misplaced a “lioness of light and righteousness”.
“Tomorrow we fight like RBG did for us every single day. She would have it no other way. Rest In Power Justice RGB! We will prevail on your behalf,” he added. A “speechless” Josh Gad wrote, “Bless her family and bless this country. Tonight is going to be tough for millions of Americans who were but one Justice away from having all of their rights stripped away from them. This is devastating.” Priyanka Chopra Jonas posted a photograph of Justice Ginsburg on Instagram with the caption, “Your impact and contribution will never be forgotten. Thank you, RBG. Your legacy lives on. Rest in Peace.” Sarah Silverman mentioned she is feeling “gutted” and “sad” after listening to about Justice Ginsburg’s dying. “I know she tried to hang on, for all our sakes. She hung in there so hard.#RBG” she added.
Seth MacFarlane hailed the late jurist as “model for fairness, rational thought, and progress”. “She will be missed more than we can yet imagine,” he mentioned.
“Thank you, RBG for devoting your life, love and legacy to the rule of law. What a trailblazer in every way. What an immeasurable loss in every way. We will honour you by voting to protect all that you stood for. #rbg” tweeted Mandy Moore. Ginsburg’s dying on Friday, lower than 50 days earlier than the November three presidential election, might open up one other battlefront between President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival and former vp Joe Biden.
Nominated by the previous Democratic president Bill Clinton, Ginsburg served within the US Supreme Court for 27 years.