Jason Alexander, Bette Midler, Andy Cohen, Billy Porter and Sen. Chuck Schumer tuned in from home to help the cause.
After the president complained about the South Korean film's Oscar win, she tweeted, "I’m more upset that a parasite won the White House."
The singer celebrated Halloween on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" by channeling Bette Midler -- wig and all.
Trump’s campaign promoted a $24 fine art print on Twitter that appears to rip off the 1993 film's iconic poster.
"You should probably talk to the 53% of white women who voted for Trump instead of expecting black women to carry this water," author Roxane Gay wrote.
The "Cheers" actress deemed Midler's take on black Trump supporters to be "pure and REAL racism."
The actress apologized for sharing a fake Trump quote, then went right back to taunting him.
Cher, Bette Midler, Seth MacFarlane and Mia Farrow were among those to torch Trump.
"Women deserve better than this," one person wrote in response to the singer's controversial tweet about the first lady.
The actress tried to invoke John Lennon and Yoko Ono on Twitter. It... could have gone better.