Taylor SwiftTaylor Alison SwiftStalker arrested trying to break into Taylor Swift's New York apartment Taylor Swift sends gifts to front-line nurse: 'I am so inspired by your passion for helping' The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by ExxonMobil - Supreme Court announces unanimous rulings MORE is pushing for support of the Equality Act in a star-studded music video for her new single.

A who's who of Hollywood — including Ellen DeGeneres, RuPaul, Billy Porter, Ryan Reynolds, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and many other stars and LGBT activists — appear in the video for "You Need to Calm Down," Swift's song released Monday.

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Lyrics for the track include lines such as, "Why are you mad when you could be GLAAD?" — a reference to the country's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer media advocacy organization — and "Sunshine on the street at the parade, but you would rather be in the dark age."

The 29-year-old Grammy Award winner also sings, "You just need to take several seats and then try to restore the peace / And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate / 'Cause shade never made anybody less gay."

Gay rights opponents depicted in the video are seen carrying misspelled protest signs, including one that reads, "Get a brain, morans!"

Katy Perry, who had engaged in a long-running feud with Swift, also makes a cameo in the music video. The pair, dressed as a hamburger and French fries, are seen hugging one another. Perry had praised Swift's political activism last year, saying, "She's setting such a great example."

At the end of the video, a graphic urges viewers to sign a petition supporting the Equality Act. The bill, which would enshrine protections for LGBT Americans in federal law, passed the House in May.

The release of Swift's new video comes days after she publicly applauded Sen. Cory BookerCory BookerPolice reform talks hit familiar stumbling block Almost 20 advocacy groups team up to pressure Congress to pass health care bill for immigrants Biden adds pressure to congressional talks with self-imposed deadlines MORE (D-N.J.) for backing the legislation. "Sen. Booker signed the petition for the Equality Act!!! Be like Cory," Swift wrote to her 118 million Instagram followers last week.

Swift, who had previously shied away from getting political during her decades-long career, famously broke her silence ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, endorsing former Democratic Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen in the state’s Senate race.

She wrote in an Elle essay earlier this year that she now considers it her "responsibility" to use her platform to speak out, saying she's "going to do more to help."