It looks like a full-on Pussy Riot is getting ready to take place in Hollywood!

The all-girl Russian group of the same name was sentenced to two years in a Russian prison for "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred," stemming from their protest show earlier this year at a Russian Orthodox Church that slammed the religion's ties to President Vladimir Putin. And let's just say celebs aren't happy about it. Madonna gave a shout-out to the band during her show in the Russian city of Saint Petersburg, while E! Online reported that The Black Keys have vowed to never play in Russia again!

Pussy Riot in August 2012 after sentencing

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"FYI. We will never being playing a show in Russia as long as they imprison innocent musicians for speaking their minds peacefully," tweeted Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney. And he's not the only famous face to be upset about the verdict. Check out other celebrity reactions on Twitter and in statements to the sentencing below.

Madonna: "(The sentence is) too harsh and in fact is inhumane. They've spent enough time in jail. I call on all of Russia to let Pussy Riot go free."

Mischa Barton: "I can't believe sentencing #pussyriot to2 yrs in jail.as someone who lived in Moscow and has filmed& seen inside the jails my heart goes out."

Adrian Grenier: "These girls got sentenced to 2 years in prison for this. I assume we are in agreement that it's not ok. #pussyriot."

Bill Maher: "Solidarity shout-out to #PussyRiot! I signed a petition in support! Then I found out it was a band."

Paul McCartney (before the verdict): "I and many others like me who believe in free speech will do everything in our power to support you and the idea of artistic freedom."

Mia Farrow: "Free Pussy Riot feeling it #freepussyriot."

Kate Walsh: "What a massive disappointment for Russia: imprisoning pussyriot?? Shame on you."

Bjork (before the verdict): "As a musician and a mother i would like to express i fiercely dont agree with them being put to jail because of their peaceful protest performance. they are currently standing trial and facing seven years in prison for this. in my opinion the russian authorities should let them go home to their families and children."

Even the Russian Orthodox Church doesn't seem to be on board with the sentencing. Russia's top Orthodox clerics called Pussy Riot's church performance "blasphemous," but also asked for mercy on the band.

What do you think of Pussy Riot's two-year prison sentence?

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