After the launch of the #MeToo movement, this year’s Los Angeles Women’s March is bound to be even more powerful than 2017’s.

Just like last year, the march will focus on “Power to the Polls” and has tapped many powerful stars to stand with the cause.

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Scarlett Johansson, Chloe Bennet, Rowan Blanchard, Yvette Nicole Brown, Sophia Bush, Laverne Cox, Lea DeLaria, Tony Goldwyn, Paris Jackson, Megan Mullally, Olivia Munn, Nicole Richie, Catt Sadler, Adam Scott, Olivia Wilde, Larry Wilmore and Alfre Woodard, among others will take the stage to deliver speeches.

Idina Menzel, Andra Day, Rachel Platten, Maxwell and The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles with Melissa Etheridge will also attend and perform.

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“Women’s March Los Angeles is part of a national movement to unify and empower those who stand for women’s rights, human rights, civil liberties and social justice for all,” reads a press release from the organization. “The Women’s March is committed to turning out the vote and hopes to use the power of the upcoming March, along with the work being done by partner organizations, to bring attention to the urgency of preparing for the November midterm elections.”

More stars have been added to the March’s already epic line-up.

On Wednesday, Viola Davis, Natalie Portman, Elizabeth Banks, Allison Janney, Connie Britton, Sarah Hyland, Mila Kunis, Eva Longoria, Ellen Barkin, Rob Reiner and Mary Steenburgen were all announced as fellow marchers.

Andy Grammar and Keala Settle have been added as more performers.

The annual Women’s March will take place on Jan. 20.