All the Girls in Maroon 5's "Girls Like You" Video
Maroon 5 and Cardi B unveiled their cameo-packed video for “Girls Like You” on Thursday, and it’s positively full of female celebrities who make a difference in our world. It all starts with singer Adam Levine alone at the microphone on a rotating platform before female athletes, comedians, scientists, journalists and entertainers appear one-by-one behind him, dancing and lip-syncing.
The female-empowerment message of the video is loud and clear, and viewers may be wondering exactly who all the women are; a diverse cast was picked for “Girls Like You” to show the breadth of how women shape the world.
Here’s a list of every woman who appeared in the “Girls Like You” video, in order.
The pop star, who got her start in Fifth Harmony, has dominated 2018 with the solo hits "Havana" (featuring Young Thug) and "Never Be the Same" and is currently on Taylor Swift's Reputation tour.
An NYC-based comedian, actress and writer, she’s been published in The New York Times, Bitch and Vanity Fair while appearing on numerous late-night shows.
A model originally from Namibia who became a Victoria’s Secret angel in 2009, she has walked in nine consecutive Victoria’s Secret Fashion Shows. Oh, and she's also Levine’s wife and the mother of their two daughters, Dusty Rose and Gio Grace.
A fearless stand-up comedian unafraid to broach topics of racism, sexism, politics and religion, she’s won two Emmy Awards and starred in her own Comedy Central show.
An actress and model originally from Israel, she gained wide recognition for her big-screen portrayal of Wonder Woman.
The gymnast and two-time Olympian was a member of the American gymnastics teams at the 2012 and 2016 summer games.
The author and tech entrepreneur is the founder and editor of MuslimGirl, an online magazine for Muslim women.
An actress known for her role as the head waitress on the Amazon drama Transparent, she’s one of the first out transgender performers to play a non-trans speaking role.
A comedian and actress best known for her breakthrough film Girls Trip, Haddish has been acknowledged by TIME as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
An outspoken immigration activist, she founded Ask Angy, the first advice column for undocumented youth in America and was the subject of the documentary No Le Digas a Nadie.
The comedian, actress and TV personality has made appearances on MTV and MSNBC as well as maintaining a successful YouTube channel.
Millie Bobby Brown
The youngest person to ever feature on a TIME 100 list, she earned an Emmy nomination for best supporting actress at age 13 for her Stranger Things role.
A writer, producer, actress, television host and LGBT activist, she’s hosted her Ellen talk show since 2003.
The ascending rapper -- whose debut album, Invasion of Privacy, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 -- is the featured guest on “Girls Like You.”
A massively successful singer, songwriter, actress, dancer and producer who has dominated the box office, the charts and TV for more than two decades.
She was the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding medal at age 17, and went on to be a four-time X Games gold medalist.
Ranked by TIME as the world’s top-earning soccer player, she’s also an Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup Champion.
Mary J. Blige
The singer, songwriter, record producer and actress is the recipient of nine Grammy Awards and three Golden Globe nominations.
The breakout star of Lady Bird also joined the Broadway cast of Hello, Dolly! alongside Bette Midler in 2017.
A former professional racing driver, she’s the most successful woman in the history of open-wheel racing.
A politician from Minnesota, she’s the first Somali-American Muslim legislator to be elected to office in the United States.
The actress, director, model and producer is most famous for her starring role in The Hunger Games film franchise and her acting/directing/producing role in the Pitch Perfect film series.
The British singer and actress who scored a huge feature on DJ Fresh’s “How Do We Know,” she had the most No. 1 singles on the UK Singles Chart in 2012.
Better known as IISuperwomanII to her legions of online fans, she’s a YouTube personality, vlogger, author and actress originally from Canada.
She's a model who has appeared on the cover of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Glamour and Elle as well as several Levi's campaigns.
An activist and writer, she's an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes and an organizer with Mazaska Talks in the fight for Standing Rock.