It’s been the most anticipated event of the year in D.J. and D.B. It’s time for all of us to take a moment to look back and celebrate D-Day.
In honor of the date, here’s a look back at some of the stars, celebrities, sports icons and political figures that took the day to the next level.
Bill Cosby The former “Saturday Night Live” cast member and host of “The Cosby Show” came to the U.S. in 1963 to make his fortune in the pharmaceutical business.
He was also the father of actress Renee Zellweger and the former wife of actor David Cassidy.
In 2017, he announced that he was stepping down as a surrogate to help his family and focus on his career as an entertainer.
He also announced that his son Will would be stepping down from his role in the ABC sitcom “The Goldbergs.”
Cosby made headlines in June when he was charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in his home in 1977.
He has denied the charges and has been released on bail.
Cosby, now 74, is one of the most famous men in the world, but he’s not known for taking a political stand.
He voted for President Donald Trump in November and has called for the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.
Cosby has a new book coming out this summer and has since been active on social media in support of the president.
He took a break from his social media presence to answer questions from the media during a CNN town hall on Tuesday night.
Lady Gaga Gaga took the stage in New York City to perform “Born This Way,” an anthem she wrote in tribute to her late mother, Myra.
She performed in New Jersey for “Born Free” last weekend.
Gaga sang the song in honor of Myra’s passing and was also honored with a plaque at a vigil in honor.
Gaga told the crowd, “We need you to keep fighting and we need you all to keep shining.”
She added, “So I am honored to be in this room with you.”
Gaga has a few other pop stars she is honored to support: Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce.
Bruce Springsteen The “Born in the USA” singer has long been an outspoken supporter of President Donald J. Trump and his agenda.
In June, he gave a speech in front of the White House and in which he declared that “we need a president that is fighting for all Americans, fighting for a better America, fighting against hate and racism and sexism and homophobia.”
The “We Are the Champions” singer also called out the media for the “cavalier, cowardly, disrespectful and divisive way they have portrayed President Trump.”
In 2017 he donated a $2 million check to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and has spoken out against racism in general.
He’s also said that he would be more vocal about issues like gun control.
Bruce Willis Bruce Willis, a stand-up comic, also took part in the march in New Orleans.
Willis joined in with his fellow comedians in the “Born to Fight” tour, which featured appearances by comedian Chris Rock and rapper Drake.
Willis said, “I’m marching in a lot of black churches and black bars, and black neighborhoods across the country and it feels good to be able to stand in solidarity with black communities.”
He also spoke about the “pinkwashing” of Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
Lady GaGa Lady Gaga is not the first pop star to take the day off from the music industry.
In January, Lady Gaga announced that she was stepping away from her own career in 2018.
She is also no stranger to politics.
In 2018, Gaga announced she was joining forces with former Vice President Joe Biden to form a non-profit organization called “Women of Courage.”
Lady Gaga also announced in June that she would be donating a portion of her fortune to the ACLU.
Amy Schumer Amy Schumer is no stranger in politics.
She has spoken at the Democratic National Convention, the Women’s March and has supported Democratic candidates in recent elections.
She’s also been outspoken in her support for Trump.
Schumer has also been vocal in her criticism of Trump’s travel ban and in favor of Black Lives Matter.
Schumer is a co-founder of the comedy group “Trainwreck.”
Beyonce The singer, actress and former head of the BET Hip Hop Academy, has also taken the day for herself.
Beyoncé made headlines last year when she announced that Beyonce would be taking the day as a “special guest” at her own concert.
She also told a reporter that she is “not afraid to speak my mind.”
Beyonce’s 2017 album, “4:44,” was nominated for six Grammys and won best album.
She will perform it again this summer. 8.
Beyoncée Lewis Lewis Lewis took the “Nikes Day” off the calendar to