Celebrities on both sides of the party lines voiced their reactions toPresident Barack Obama's win (and Governor Mitt Romney's loss) in 140 characters or less.
Once the election was decided, Twitter was bombarded with high-profile cheers, rants, and raves concerning the president's re-election.
Here is a selection of the colorful offerings from your favorite stars:
Steve Martin: "To commemorate Obama's victory, I'm having a tea party."
Katy Perry: "The people have the power! Proud to stand by you for 4 more years. RT @BarackObama This happened because of you. Thank you."
Elizabeth Banks: "Classy concession speech by Mitt Romney. Gave the speech alone, took high road, no excuses, and the country can move on."
Donald Trump: "This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy!"
Lea Michele: “Amazing election party tonight at @MrRPMurphy’s house! And so glad we got to celebrate the re-election of OBAMA!!! #GObama”
Kristen Bell: "Obama won the election and I am getting fatter by the day. America has never been luckier."
Eva Longoria: “We did it!!! Obama re-elected!!!!! Yes!! Yes We Can!”
Stacey Dash: "Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan. You fought the Good Fight and I am proud!"
Adam Levine: “That’s what happens when you f*ck with Sesame Street.”
Cher: “OMG ! IM SO HAPPY ! THIS IS ONE OF THE GREAT NITES OF MY LIFE !!!! TEARS R STREAMING DOWN MY FACE ! WOMEN WE HAVE A CHAMPION !!!”
Niall Horan: “Wey hey! Come on @barackobama ! Champion! What a man! 4 more years!”
Kerry Washington: “Wow! Wow! Wow! #Obama2012 YOU DID IT AMERICA! YOU DID IT!”
Naya Rivera: “OBAMA!!!! Can’t wait for this speech. A BOSS always wins.”
Queen Latifah: "Couldn't be more Proud of my Country...Congratulations Mr. President!!! Now let's get back to being 'These United States of America'!!!"
Peter Facinelli: "Congrats @BarackObama Hoping Rep and Dems can put their differences aside and work together to get this Country back on track. #America"
Denzel Washington: "Obama won Massachusetts the state where Romney was Governor. If they didn't vote for him, that should tell you something."