Joe Biden is officially the new president of the USA. Well, he won't be in the White House until January 20, but the transition period should be exciting.
He was a Vice President during Obama's two mandates, so moving into the White House shouldn't be an issue for the Biden-Harris team.
Celebrities are almost exclusively democrats, and here are their reactions to the newly elected POTUS. Most are glad to hear that they will no longer have to see Donald Trump; some are crying from joy, so let's hear who has what to say on social media:
The most famous Kardashian shared a picture of Biden and Harris with a lot of blue hearts.
The young musician thanked her fans for voting for the right people.
The actress says she was "crying like a monster." She thanked the volunteers and staffers who worked "through a pandemic to defend democracy."
Ariana Grande simply stated "Crying" while adding "Thank God!"
The musician actually sang at the rally in support of Biden the night before the election. He shared a clip, with the caption: "We sang this on Election Day Eve in Philadelphia, PA, the birthplace of our democracy. Thank you, Philadelphia, for showing up for democracy in such an epic way!"
Legend's wife shared her thoughts, as well as one interesting clip.
The clip includes Legend, and an interesting song:
Reese Witherspoon is all about women's power. The actress is grateful to all the women who "shattered glass ceilings and paved the way for a woman to finally be Vice President of the United States."
Former First Lady shared a long post, which is not merely about Biden-Harris. She talks about progress and all that will take to continue fighting for democracy while taking everyone involved in the voting process.
Jonathan Van Ness
Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness is more than ecstatic! Check out his video:
The actress dedicated her post to all black women, with the caption: PHILLY!!!!! AMERICA!!!!!! BLACK FOLK!!!! BLACK PEOPLE!!!!!!!! GOD BLESS YOU!!!!!!!
The actress-singer shared a photo of herself and Joe Biden. Demi Lovato wrote, "I've been waiting to post this photo because I knew deep down you would be our next President."
The Oscar-winning actress wrote in her caption. " BOOM! It's time to heal," referring to the past four years and Trump's presidency.
Hailey Bieber shared the same photo as Kim Kardashian. As a Baldwin girl, it's no wonder to hear that she's a Democrat.
Miley's post is calling you to "Party in the USA", as she's referring to one of her hit songs.
Jen Aniston used one of her Friends gifs to express her joy, on the Instagram stories.
But, she followed with the video, alongside the caption: "Today is a good day. Time to move FORWARD."
"Here's to democracy, equality, and a woman in the white house," Zooey Deschanel wrote.
The powerful message from Eva Longoria was expected. The actress was always a Democrat, and she made some great and important speeches during Barack Obama's campaign.
Lizzo got emotional, as her caption says: "It's time to hold the people in charge accountable. It's time for them to listen. And it's time for actual change in our policies and practices."
Let's be fair: we didn't expect to see so many meaningful messages from famous people. Some did surprise us with their understanding of democracy, which is bigger than a political party or one election.