The world woke up this morning to the results of the US presidential election: Yes, it's Republican candidate #DonaldTrump who will step into the president's shoes for the next four years.
Obviously, #Twitter had a lot of feelings about this — and while the reactions will continue to trickle in as the US wakes up, some #celebrities are already sharing their thoughts about the election's outcome. From the I told you so's to smug satisfaction to utter despair, there's a little bit of every emotion in #Hollywood right now.
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1. Chris Evans
As far as Captain America goes, this isn't a good day for the country.
Cher's emoji game will always be on point.
3. Snoop Dogg
When all else fails, turn up the music.
4. Katy Perry
Katy Perry had campaigned hard for Hillary Clinton, but she's not about to go home and cry into her pillow.
5. Taika Waititi
The Kiwi director, who just wrapped filming on Thor: Ragnarok, probably hopes the New Zealand immigration website won't crash like Canada's did.
6. Jon Voight
The Ray Donovan actor has been an outspoken Trump supporter on his Twitter page throughout the election.
7. Lady Gaga
The results have ignited fear in those who Trump has openly expressed hate against, mainly people of color and anyone with a sexual orientation other than heterosexual. So celebs like Lady Gaga are reminding their followers to spread love and kindness.
8. Stacey Dash
Yet, there are people of color who support Trump, such as Clueless alum Stacey Dash.
9. Azealia Banks
Same goes for singer Azealia Banks, who had appeared to change her mind a few times during the presidential race — but ultimately came out in support of Trump.
10. Seth MacFarlane
Like a proper comedian, Seth MacFarlane took the "better laugh than cry" route — but in all seriousness, he also offered this chilling observation.
11. Elizabeth Banks
The Pitch Perfect 2 director was here to remind women to not give up.
12. Octavia Spencer
The Divergent actress is predicting a bleak future.
13. J.K. Rowling
Never one to keep quiet on Twitter, the Harry Potter creator urged disappointed voters to stand together.
14. Demi Lovato
Pop star Demi Lovato's comment hints at the gap between the votes of millennials and the elder generation.
15. Bella Hadid
Model & BFF to Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid kept it short (but not so sweet).
16. Sophie Turner
Actress Sophie Turner wants to believe that this is all just a Game of Thrones. In fact, the whole GOT clan are less than pleased with the result:
17. Ariel Winter
Modern Family's Ariel Winter is deeply disappointed with #TruckTrump's election.
18. Josh Charles
Josh Charles voiced a concern now felt by parents across the globe.
19. Will Arnett
How do you justify this decision to those who'll feel its repercussions the most?
20. Shonda Rhimes
But it's all just "locker room banter," babes.
21. Kate Walsh
Kate Walsh puts Trump's presidency on par with tornados, flooding, mudslides — anything generally considered a national disaster.
22. Octavia Spencer
In other words, America has cut off its nose to spite its face.
23. Emmy Rossum
This new world is not the one Emmy Rossum envisaged for her child.
24. Ariana Grande
The results even had "Dangerous Woman" Ariana Grande in tears.
25. Jessica Chastain
It's harder to move forward when you're so much further behind than you thought.
26. Kris Jenner
Leader of the Kardashian-Jenner clan urged people to stay true to themselves.
27. Connie Britton
American Horror Story actress Connie Britton stands united with the minority groups that Trump has openly and repeatedly vilified.
28. Jesse Tyler Ferguson
What doesn't kill you, I guess.
And while this isn't technically a celebrity, it seems like the Twitter account for Netflix's dystopian series Black Mirror hit the nail on the head:
Feel like you want to turn back time? I'm afraid it's not possible, but you can still watch Doctor Strange go at it: