Actress Sophia Bush says she agrees with George Clooney on whether marriage equality is a civil rights issue.

The One Tree Hill co-star told E!'s The Soup that she agrees with Clooney's statement that gay rights are the “last leg of the civil rights movement.”

“Absolutely, I agree with that. 100 percent,” Bush said during a pre-Oscars bash.

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“When we're talking about the 60s, when my best friend couldn't drink out of the same water fountain as I can because his skin is a different color than me. … Now, you're talking about a different best friend of mine who can't get married even though I could get married seven times in my life and he can't do that because he is a different sexual orientation than me?! That's absolutely a civil rights issue.”

“In a world that's filled with famine and rape and murder, we're going [to] focus on a problem, so people want to say, with two people loving one another, with two people wanting to potentially adopt children who are otherwise homeless, really?!”

“It is absolutely a civil rights issue. And anyone who says that it isn't is misinformed,” she added. “Shut your trap and talk about something that matters, please.”