According to president-elect Donald Trump, his inauguration will “have the biggest celebrities in the world” in attendance, but a list of celebs who plan to boycott the event says otherwise. 

Instead of attending Trump’s inauguration, many celebs will participate in their own events such as telethons and protests. Scarlett Johansson, Katy Perry and Cher will partake in the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration. 

Amy Schumer, Julianne Moore and Zendaya are also expected to march in Washington D.C. or in other cities where marches will be held. Chelsea Handler will lead a women’s march in Park City, Utah, while America Ferrera will serve as the chair of the Artist Table at the march in Washington D.C.

Other celebrities planning to join the March on Washington include: Danai Gurira, Uzo Aduba, Frances McDormand, Evan Rachel Wood, Danielle Brooks and Constance Wu. And although Beyonce hasn’t said if she’d join the marches, she did voice her support. “As #GlobalCitizens, we can make our voices heard and turn awareness into meaningful action and positive change.”

As for the day of the inauguration, a group of entrepreneurs have created the Love-a-thon, a telethon which will air on Facebook Live at 12:30 p.m. EST on Jan. 20. Celebrities such as Christopher Guest, Patricia Arquette, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jane Fonda and Judd Apatow will all be taking part.

And while Trump’s team has finally revealed who will be performing at the inauguration, there are some big names who will instead be performing somewhere else. On Jan. 19, Common and the National will headline a benefit and awareness rally for Planned Parenthood. The free concert is billed as a “call to action for supporters of reproductive freedom to take action wherever they are.”

There will also be another event on Jan. 19 at the National Museum of African American History and Culture which will include performances by Solange and Esperanza Spalding as well as appearances from Danny Glover, Angela Davis, Ashley Judd, Ellen Page and Eddie Huang.

Even though many celebs say they won’t attend the inauguration, Trump said they weren’t invited to begin with. “Many of the celebrities that are saying they’re not going — they were never invited,” Mr. Trump said in an interview with “Fox & Friends.” “I don’t want the celebrities — I want the people.”