Simon Helberg, "The Big Bang Theory" actor was holding a sign that said, "Refugees welcome" while posing with his wife Jocelyn Towne on the red carpet.
According to CBS News, the actress went one step further than her husband and wore her loud and clear message in lettering across her chest: "Let them in," it said above her dress.
Many other actors used Sunday's SAG Awards red carpet as a platform to express their opinion about the immigration ban that President Donald Trump has implemented. So, the sentiment was a theme during the night at the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
As the first presenter of the night, Ashton Kutcher welcomed everyone who was watching the show at home and in airports that belong in his America. He said that they are part of the material of who we are, and people in the US love them and welcome them empathically.
With their political statements, actors wanted to show their solidarity for the protests happening across America, as dozens of refugees from Syria, Iraq and other banned countries were detained at U.S. airports over the weekend as a result of Trump's executive order, according to Holywood Reporter.
Kerry Washington, who was a passionate supporter of Hilary Clinton during presidential elections, also said her opinion loud and clear about the immigration ban and demonstrated her solidarity with refugees on Instagram. She explained that she would be wearing a safety pin at the awards show on her arm. That way, she wanted to show her support and promised they will not stop fighting for their safety and the safety of our fellow citizens and human beings. #NoBanNoWall #safetypin", shared "Scandal" star.
Helberg, Towne, and Washington are just the latest celebrities to speak out against president Trump's executive order of banning refugees from entering the United States.