The day after Donald Trump was sworn in as our brand new president, people all across the country -- all across the world, actually, are gathering together to march for women's rights, for LGBT rights ...
For all the rights, honestly.
The Women's March is, of course, focused in Washington D.C., and that's where a number of celebrities gathered to protest Trump's presidency and also everything he's ever said or done.
One of those celebrities in attendance was Madonna, who gave a speech she'd prepared about the whole situation.
And oh, what a speech it was.
Several news channels airing Madonna's speech cut away, thanks to all the language, and that one comment about blowing up the White House.
It was a shame, because she really did have some nice sentiments.
"Welcome to the revolution of love," she said. "It took us this darkness to wake the f-ck up."
She directed a message "to our detractors that insist that this March will never add up to anything," and that message?
"F-ck you. F-ck you."
Madonna also said that she's "outraged" over Trump, and that she has "thought an awful lot of blowing up the White House."
Watch the full speech below: