Celebrities & Fans Praise Ariana Grande For Her Feminist Statement Proving "Sisterhood" Is Important To Many

INGLEWOOD, CA - AUGUST 24: Singer Ariana Grande attends the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 24, 2014 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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Many Twitter users are supporting feminism and sisterhood thanks to the feminist statement Ariana Grande shared on social media Sunday. Ever since Grande declared why she was sick of being referred to as "Big Sean's ex" while shutting down double standards and misogyny, celebrities and fans have been backing her and her empowering words. In addition to the singer's massive fan base sending her thanks and high-fives, beloved singer Taylor Swift, actor Hugh Jackman, and singer/actress Rita Ora joined in, too.

Like Grande, Swift is no stranger to showing women love, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that the 1989 artist is praising Grande for her powerful and uplifting essay. On Sunday, Swift took to Twitter to show her support and tweeted: "@ArianaGrande I'm so proud of you, always. But especially today." She then added, "'She will need her sisterhood.'" So... when are these two going to join forces and record a female empowerment song?

Next, Jackman, known for playing Wolverine in the X-Men movies and for also scoring an Oscar nod for Les Misérables, shared his praise for the 21-year-old. On Monday, the actor tweeted the following: "Thank you @ArianaGrande for this important message. Good on ya for helping spread empowerment to the #sisterhood." Now, what can Grande and Jackman do together? Maybe a duet at the next Tony Awards

As for Ora, she shared the following: "@ArianaGrande I couldn't agree with you more. Especially this paragraph. #sisterhood #noexplanationneeded."

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With that said, let's thank Swift, Jackman, and Ora for not only supporting the My Everything singer, but for also shining a positive light on feminism. 

Like these three stars, Grande's fans are also thanking her for her wise words, standing up for women, and being all-around amazing. Here are a few of their tweets:

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I'm pretty sure most of us agree with Swift, Jackman, Ora, and Grande's fans, right? Keep doing you, Ariana. We wouldn't want you any other way.

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