Celebrities’ Election Results Tweets

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Celebrity election Results Tweets

By Shari Weiss |

Celebrity election Results Tweets

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The votes for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have been cast, and now celebrities are reacting to the results for president as Election Day winds down. See stars’ reaction tweets below!

As Gossip Cop has reported, millions of American headed to the polls on Tuesday to vote for president. With many of the polling locations now closing, results from various precincts are starting to come in. And a number of stars are commenting on the numbers in real-time. Kathy Griffin shared the photo at right, revealing, “Freaking out w Stoney! At our ‘election headquarters’ @sharonstone #electionnight #imwithher #women #vote #LGBTQ.”

Octavia Spencer confessed, “FREAKING out waiting on the polls to close. HOPING for many HAPPY returns for this day!!!!!!” When West Virginia came in for Trump, Patton Oswalt exclaimed, “OH COME ON VIRGINIA. DON’T DO THIS TO ME.” Offering some analysis, John Cusack told followers, “Trump needs insight straight–north carolina- florida -Ohio Pennsylvania he loses one he’s done.”

Dan Rather also predicted, “If Clinton wins Florida, this race will go faster than a Hamilton ticket at face value.” A nervous Mandy Moore urged, “Come on FL and NC!!” And Chrissy Teigen admitted, “I am trembling. Every time the results music comes on an there’s another projected winner, I think of Black Mirror/Hunger Games.”

“I hate suspense,” tweeted Mindy Kaling. Seth MacFarlane sarcastically asked, “How’s that Gary Johnson protest vote treating you right now?” Rashida Jones posted, “I’m so scared. How did we get here?” For James Corden, the night has stirred up “Brexit feelings.” Sarah Silverman pleaded, “Someone give me hope.” Kyle Richards also begged, “Dear God, please bless America.”

With the race tighter than expected, Khloe Kardashian said, “I guess either way you look at it, history will be made tonight. Spread love. Not hate!” Kat Dennings cracked, “Either way @BarackObama gets to sleep in tomorrow.” Adam Lambert asked, “Anyone voting for Trump: did you watch ANY of the debates?? I mean….. C’mon!” Don Cheadle observed, “Soooo… Looks like I’ll be getting that big tax break I don’t need after all? #shameful.”

“Watching the updates on @CNN while shooting an action sequence with Jason Statham on a boat in the sea off of New Zealand. Surreal,” noted Rainn Wilson. Josh Gad said he was “looking for a great realtor in Canada.” Brittany Snow noted, “In other related news: Flights to Canada are really cheap.” Lily Allen wrote, “Canada need to think about building a wall rn.” Rob Schneider even commented, “This election would be a lot more fun to watch if I was watching it from another planet.” In contrast, Kal Penn implored, “Stop it w: the moving to Canada sh*t. Double down on the country we love. If Trump becomes president, we have to get MORE involved not less.”

“You guys thought I was kidding when I said this is the most dramatic election ever,” Chris Harrison tweeted. “I never kid about drama.” Minnie Driver exclaimed, “What the F*CK IS HAPPENING?? PLEASE, someone save the world … Jon Snow? Oprah?? Mum? HELLLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPP.” Referring to CNN anchorss Ben Stiller remarked, “I feel like John King’s a doctor trying to tell me I have a very bad prognosis but not freak me out. And W Blitzer’s the hospital admin guy.”

Also watching CNN, Stephen Amell amusingly wondered, “My biggest question from election night thus far: How does Wolf Blitzer speak for long periods of time without taking a breath?” Snooki asked her followers, “Anyone else drinking watching these results pour in?” From Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “Are the yellow states the ones that Beyonce has won?”

Taran Killam tweeted, “Oh, I get it. This is like…trying to recreate the panic of the Cubs vs. Indians game?!?!?” A frustrated Bethenny Frankel wrote, “What is there to say? Going to bed. Wake me up & tell me who is president. #whatash*tshow.” Cher posted, “Ask yourself ‘DID I DO ALL I COULD HAVE DONE’ Its a good Lesson. We r still Try’n 2have hope. SAW BREXIT RIP GB APART IN ONE NITE. Must [pray].”

Brooke Burke shared, “When I’m scared I just pray. Whatever happens tonight. We will face a deeply divided nation that may take a long time to heal.”Jessica Chastain observed, “This is too close. Its not going to be over tonight.” Emmy Rossum pointed out, “Let us not forget how the Chicago Cubs WON THE WORLD SERIES in the 10th INNING.” Ed Helms said, “You know how Twitter asks ‘What’s happening?’ when you go to type a new tweet? My sentiments exactly!”

Kelly Clarkson admitted, “I have never been more nervous/scared in my life.” Zoe Saldana confessed, “I’m really freaking out right now. This race is too close. Neck and neck.” Ariana Grande stated, “well this is utterly terrifying.” But then there was a confident Lev Daniels, saying, “Everybody calm down… we got this.” And Howie Mandel joked, “Please no spoilers. I’m recording results. I’ll watch tomorrow.”

Kristen Bell told followers, “No matter who wins — my offer still stands — can we PLEASE all be friends again in the morning? #TeamHuman.” Chad Michael Murray insisted, “No matter the outcome of this election just remember… #GoAmerica That’s what truly matters. Picking up on one of Donald Trump’s frequent complaints, Andy Cohen tweeted, “Oh wait, this is rigged, right??” Arsenio Hall argued, “As a comic, I guess I should be excited about #thewall.”

But Judd Apatow said, “One thing I do not want to watch right now — comedy about any of this. That’s how terrifying and disappointing this is.” Around midnight, Demi Lovato asked, “Where is #OliviaPope when you need her?” Brandi Glanville said, “If you’re a Democrat is time to start drinking.” Brooklyn Decker also admitted, “I’m shocked at how out of touch I am with the feelings of so many Americans, and sadly — how divided we are.”

“I was taught in college that Americans choose their President like they choose laundry soap, w a knee-jerk brand loyalty devoid of reason,” commented Alec Baldwin. Lady Gaga urged, “Say a prayer America.” Amanda Seyfried suggested, “Maybe this is rock bottom and there’s no where to go but up.” Michael Moore similarly said, “However this ends, that’s where we begin.”

And Kevin Jonas put results aside to remind everyone, “Whoever wins We need to remember that we are Americans that want the best for our country We need to unify, move forward. God bless America.”

Gossip Cop will have updates as more tweets and results come in throughout this historic night.

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