Celebrities Tweet About Inauguration Day
President Obama is renewing his oath of office on Martin Luther King Day, and celebrities in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere are taking to Twitter to share their thoughts about the day.
Check out what stars are saying about Inauguration Day 2013 here:
Barack Obama: I’m honored and grateful that we have a chance to finish what we started. Our work begins today. Let’s go. -bo
Katy Perry: Big inauguration, tiny Aretha hat.
Mandy Moore: Happy MLK Day and Inauguration Day! Can’t imagine the energy in DC… I’m excited just watching the festivities on TV. #oneforthebooks
Ian Somerhalder: Ahh!Who lost his ticket w/great seats to the Presidential Inauguration while grabbing food?THIS GUY!WTF?!BUMMMMER…
Eva Longoria: Happy Inauguration Day!!!
Chrissy Teigen: inauguration timmmmme
Paula Abdul: Happy MLK Day AND Happy Inauguration Day!! What a powerful day in history.:)) xoP #IHaveADream
Chris Harrison: Once we take care of that inauguration for the leader of the free world thing it’s all about the #Bachelor
Marlee Matlin: “It’s Martin Luther King Day, the 150th anniversary of Emancipation Proclamation & @BarackObama takes oath using MLK’s bible. Historic!”
Katie Couric: Who’s in DC today for the Inauguration Day festivities? 700,000 expected to be there-wow!
Andy Cohen: #FLOTUS superstar!
Wilmer Valderrama: It’s time for history.. Blessed to say I was there..
Nicky Hilton: It’s official! Congrats Mr. President! #Inauguration2013
Olivia Wilde: I sincerely hope it was Mimosa Monday at the WH today. I would be sh*tting myself anyway, but still, a bubbly beta blocker is in order.
Mia Farrow: Our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law President Obama #inauguration2013
Rose McGowan: There is a dream!
Alicia Keys: What a powerful day!! May we all take these powerful strides and continue moving forward!! Blessings!!
Neil Patrick Harris: A brilliant speech today by @BarackObama. Inspiring stuff. I’m very proud to be an American.
Anderson Cooper: 1st time a president of US in an inaugural speech has called for equal rights for gay and lesbian Americans, also referenced Stonewall.