here’s how celebrities are reacting to kamala harris’s election as the first woman vice president of the united states

Since forever, the phrase “Madam Vice President” has been a fictional construct. But not anymore, thanks to Joe Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris.

Today, Joe Biden is the officially elected president of the United States, despite Trump’s difficulty in accepting this reality.

here’s how celebrities are reacting to kamala harris’s election as the first woman vice president of the united states

That is also another way of saying the US has gotten its first female vice president.

Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, not only changed history by winning this position, she is also the first black person and person of Asian descent to act as vice president.

here’s how celebrities are reacting to kamala harris’s election as the first woman vice president of the united states

As soon as Biden won, Harris made a call to Biden congratulating him on his win. “We did it!” she said.

Harris’ win is not just her win.

A lot of people are pretty proud of the historical milestone her election to the White House represents.

Numerous celebs have posted congratulatory messages in recognition of the historic political shift.

The Celebratory Comments Started Coming In…

One of the most viral messages posted came from Julia Lous-Dreyfus, who put up a photo of Harris with the comment: “”Madam Vice President” is no longer a fictional character.”

The celeb played a role as vice president in the show Veep.

Kamala’s ethnic origin was also a source of assurance for many Americans.

Mindy Kaling, expressed how joyful she was that she can now raise her daughter in a country where the VP looks like them.

Kaling also shared a tweet from Maya Harris, Harris’ younger sister. In the tweet, Maya is expressing her pride for the monumental achievement Harris had made.

Chrissy Teigen shared a quote on tweeter that showed just how much Harris had achieved by getting herself elected as the VP.

Then she posted a photo of her and Harris, the vice president-elect.

Ava DuVernay also expressed the significance of Harris’ election in a memorable tweet.

And The Comments Kept Flowing…

Reese Witherspoon also posted a long message on Instagram in which she described the election as a “monumental day.”

In particular, she spoke of how far women have come given Harris’ landmark election.

No matter what side you are on, let’s take a moment to recognize how far women have come in this country.

Thinking about all those who shattered glass ceilings and paved the way for a woman to finally be Vice President of the United States makes me so emotional. Sojourner Truth. Harriet Tubman. Shirley Chisholm. Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Kamala Harris. I salute them all. And to the young girls of our nation… DREAM BIG. Anything is possible.

As for Lady Gaga, she felt “nothing but love” for the president-elect and vice president-elect. The recognized the former as the “1st female VP elected to the White House.”

According to Zoey Deschanel, there is now “democracy, equality, and a woman in the White House.”

Nicole Richie put up a photo of young Harris on her Instagram account, with an accompanying American flag emoji.

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Selena Gomez retweeted Harris’ post and added a “YES!!!”

Michelle Obama said she was “beyond thrilled” by the election of Biden and “our first Black and Indian-American women Vice President.”

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I’m beyond thrilled that my friend Joe Biden and our first Black and Indian-American woman Vice President, Kamala Harris, are headed to restore some dignity, competence, and heart at the White House. Our country sorely needs it. Thank you to all of you who poured every ounce of your hope and determination into this democracy over these past four years, registering voters, getting them to the polls, keeping folks informed. More votes were cast in this election than ever before. It’s because of you. And after we celebrate — and we should all take a moment to exhale after everything we’ve been through — let’s remember that this is just a beginning. It’s a first step. Voting in one election isn’t a magic wand, and neither is winning one. Let’s remember that tens of millions of people voted for the status quo, even when it meant supporting lies, hate, chaos, and division. We’ve got a lot of work to do to reach out to these folks in the years ahead and connect with them on what unites us. But we’ve also got to recognize that the path to progress will always be uphill. We’ll always have to scrape and crawl up toward that mountaintop. And two years from now, four years from now, there will once again be no margin for error. We see now the reality that we can’t take even the tiniest part of our democracy for granted. Every single vote must count — and every single one of us must vote. And as a country, we should be making it easier, not harder to cast a ballot. So it’s up to us to stay engaged and informed, to keep speaking out and marching on. We’ve got to vote in even greater numbers in the upcoming Senate runoffs in Georgia — and every state and local election going forward. We’ve got to promise each other that our focus in this election won’t be an anomaly, but the rule. That’s how we can not only feel this way right now, but in the months and years ahead. It’s the only way we’ll build a nation worthy of our children. My warmest congratulations again to Joe and Jill, Kamala and Doug — and each of you who stepped up when your country needed you.

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The former first lady echoed the thoughts of many people around the world after a tumultuous season at the White House.

According to Michelle Obama, the pair will “restore some dignity, competence, and heart at the White House… Our country sorely needs it.”