Celebrities turned out in force, just as Americans turned out to vote, to react to election results on Twitter on November 8. They shared jokes, photos and memes about the election and complained when things didn’t go the way they wanted.
Here’s a look at some of the best tweets from celebrities who are watching the election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. As the tide began turning against Clinton, many celebrities expressed their disappointment with how things turned out. And by the end of the night, they were not happy to see Donald Trump come out as the winner.
Actor Keahu Kahuanui complained about Florida’s too-close-to-call status.
Before poll times began to end, Elizabeth Banks begged people to stay in line if they were still waiting to vote.
Patton Oswalt called out Rudy Giuliani. It looks like he’s watching Fox News.
Comedian Morgan Murphy:
Chrissy Teigen was really disappointed that Trump won any state:
Mayim Bialik added:
Mia Farrow says she has an Irish passport.
Some are complaining about the role of third-party candidates in the race.
Some have been looking at the stock markets:
Neil deGrasse Tyson tried to be positive about the future.
Another note from Patton Oswalt:
Emmy Rossum adds:
Stephen Colbert’s team has started to live-tweet during his live Showtime special.
Mark Duplass also tried to spread some optimism.
Here’s one of the more popular tweets from the night.
Zachary Levi, as the last results come in:
Chris Evans, Captain America himself, was incredibly disappointed.
Alec Baldwin went on a Twitter rant:
Roseanne Barr added on Wednesday:
Laverne Cox, who appears on Orange is the New Black, responded to other transgender people who expressed concern for their safety.