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CELEBS TWEET OUT ABOUT THE LATEST TRAVEL BAN RULING!

Caroline Slusarczyk

Thomas Samson/AFP/Getty Images

Thomas Samson/AFP/Getty Images

On Thursday, a federal appeals court ruled against reinstating Donald Trump’s immigration ban.  The panel of three California-based judges refused to lift the block from a previous lower court ruling.  Trump’s executive order, signed in January, barred Syrian refugees and immigrants from the Muslim-majority countries of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the U.S.

The federal appeals court ruling did not sit well with Trump, who tweeted in response:

On Friday, Trump announced the White House will come up with new security measures next week and continue trying to lift the court's block on his order.  At a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump said, "We will be doing something very rapidly having to do with additional security for our country.  You will be seeing that sometime next week."

Hollywood celebrities took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the court’s decision and react to Trump’s response tweet.  THE WANNA has compiled a list of celeb tweets below.

Uzo Aduba

Stephen King

Trevor Noah

Stephen Colbert

Patton Oswalt

Chrissy Teigen

Cher

Seth Rogen

Josh Gad

Michael Moore

Debra Messing

 

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CELEBRITIES REMEMBER THE “PIONEERING” MARY TYLER MOORE

Caroline Slusarczyk

Chris Carlson/AP

Chris Carlson/AP

On Wednesday, Mary Tyler Moore passed away at 80 in Greenwich, Connecticut.  Moore’s family said her death was caused by cardiopulmonary arrest after she had caught pneumonia.

Moore was revered for her hugely popular television shows, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and The Dick Van Dyke Show in the 1960s and 70s.  Moore is recognized by many as the person who pioneered the “modern career woman” character on TV.  Moore’s longtime representative Mara Buxbaum described her as, “A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.”

Dick Van Dyke wrote a touching tribute letter to the late Moore, in which he said, “She left an imprint on television comedy.”  Dyke wrote of The Mary Tyler Moore Show: “It was a milestone, that show. It kicked off an awful lot of enthusiasm in a lot of women. She got it moving!”

Celebrities including Dick Van Dyke, Miley Cyrus, Ben Stiller, Ellen DeGeneres, Michael Keaton, Cher and Oprah Winfrey have paid tribute to Moore on Twitter and Instagram.  The WANNA has gathered the best celebrity reactions below.

Dick Van Dyke

Miley Cyrus

MTM!!!!

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on

Ben Stiller

Ellen DeGeneres

Michael Keaton

Cher

Oprah Winfrey

Kelly Ripa

Marlee Matlin

Paul Feig

Rachel Bloom

George Takei

Stephen Fry

Patricia Arquette

Ed Asner

Mindy Kaling

🔥

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Lena Dunham

It's time you let someone else do some giving 💔

A photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on

Viola Davis

Katie Couric

Paula Abdul

 

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SCARLETT JOHANSSON, KATY PERRY AND OTHER CELEBS JOIN WOMEN’S MARCH ON WASHINGTON

Caroline Slusarczyk

Joshua Lott/Reuters

Joshua Lott/Reuters

The group behind the Women’s March on Washington announced their lineup of female celebrities that will attend the various events on Inauguration Day.  The chosen celebrities encompass all types of artistic genres, and the list includes: America Ferrera, Uzo Aduba, Cristela Alonzo, Patricia Arquette, Danielle Brooks, Cher, Lea DeLaria, Diane Guerrero, Danai Gurira, Chelsea Handler, Scarlett Johansson, Margo Jefferson, Angelique Kidjo, Padma Lakshmi, Stephanie March, Shantell Martin, Debra Messing, Frances McDormand, Julianne Moore, Hari Nef, Katy Perry, Monica Raymond, Amy Schumer, Yara Shahidi, Alia Sherif, Kara Walker, Olivia Wilde, Constance Wu and Zendaya.

The Women’s March on Washington will take place on Inauguration Day, January 21st at 10 AM, and will include around 100,000 women.  The group hopes to use the march to send a message to Congress that solving women’s issues is still a priority and should be a concern to everyone.  Their website mission states: “In the spirit of democracy and honoring the champions of human rights, dignity, and justice who have come before us, we join in diversity to show our presence in numbers too great to ignore.  The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights.  We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.”

If you wish to join the Women’s March on Washington, register here, or simply donate to support the cause here.

 

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HOLLYWOOD COULDN'T EVEN HELP HILLARY...

Caroline Slusarczyk

Getty Images

Getty Images

After a long night of waiting for all the Election results to roll in on November 8th, Donald Trump was named President-elect of the United States with a win over Hillary Clinton.  Throughout Hillary Clinton’s campaign, a long list of Hollywood heavies supported her and dissuaded people from voting for Trump.  These celebrities included Beyonce, Jay-Z, Scarlett Johansson, Madonna, Adele, Robert Downey Jr., Meryl Streep, Robert DeNiro, and so many more.  The WANNA kept up with the celebrities who said “I’m with her,” and the many celeb-driven PSAs dedicated to voting against Trump.

Yet even with all this backing from Hollywood A-listers, it was just not enough to win Hillary the Presidency.

On Election Night, November 8th, left-leaning celebrities took to Twitter to express their shock, fear and sadness over Hillary’s loss and Trump’s Presidential victory.  The WANNA has gathered the most emotional celebrity tweets below.

Katy Perry: 

Twitter, @katyperry

Twitter, @katyperry

Madonna: 

Twitter, @Madonna

Twitter, @Madonna

Lin-Manuel Miranda: 

Twitter, @Lin_Manuel

Twitter, @Lin_Manuel

Kristen Bell: 

Twitter, @IMKristenBell

Twitter, @IMKristenBell

Chris Evans: 

Twitter, @ChrisEvans

Twitter, @ChrisEvans

Seth MacFarlane:

Twitter, @SethMacFarlane

Twitter, @SethMacFarlane

Brittany Snow: 

Twitter, @Brittanysnow

Twitter, @Brittanysnow

Rashida Jones: 

Twitter, @iamrashidajones

Twitter, @iamrashidajones

Kunal Nayyar: 

Twitter, @kunalnayyar

Twitter, @kunalnayyar

Cher: 

Twitter, @cher

Twitter, @cher

Rose McGowan: 

Twitter, @rosemcgowan

Twitter, @rosemcgowan

Lorde: 

Twitter, @lorde

Twitter, @lorde

Snoop Dogg: 

Twitter, @SnoopDogg

Twitter, @SnoopDogg

J.K. Rowling: 

Twitter, @jk_rowling

Twitter, @jk_rowling

Chelsea Peretti: 

Twitter, @chelseaperetti

Twitter, @chelseaperetti

JoJo: 

Twitter, @iamjojo

Twitter, @iamjojo

Ariel Winter:

Twitter, @arielwinter1

Twitter, @arielwinter1

Sophie Turner: 

Twitter, @SophieT

Twitter, @SophieT

 

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CELEBS REACT TO HISTORICAL CHICAGO CUBS WORLD SERIES VICTORY

Caroline Slusarczyk

Charlie Riedel/AP Photo

Charlie Riedel/AP Photo

Wednesday night, the Chicago Cubs won the baseball World Series in Game 7 against the Cleveland Indians, at Cleveland’s Progressive Field.  Their victory is a huge deal since the last time they won the World Series was at the beginning of the last century, in 1908.  The Chicago Cubs’ home stadium, Wrigley Field, now proudly sports the sign “World Series Champions.”

Twitter, @SportsCenter

Twitter, @SportsCenter

There were some famous faces at the Cubs Vs. Indians game, including Bill Murray, Charlie Sheen, Amy Schumer, John Cusack, Eddie Vedder and Tom Morello.  Bill Murray definitely takes the cake for biggest Cubs fan of the evening.  After the Cubs won, Murray visited their locker room to interview the players and chug champagne with them.

Many more Hollywood celebrities tuned in to the Cubs game last night on TV, and shared their excitement via social media.  Seth Rogen, Stephen Colbert, Olivia Wilde, and even President Obama were among the many that took to Twitter to tweet their elation at the Cubs’ triumph.

The WANNA has curated a list of the best celeb Twitter reactions below.  Enjoy!

Barack Obama: 

Twitter, @POTUS

Twitter, @POTUS

Stephen Colbert: 

Twitter, @StephenAtHome

Twitter, @StephenAtHome

Seth Rogen:

Twitter, @Sethrogen

Twitter, @Sethrogen

Hillary Clinton:

Twitter, @HillaryClinton

Twitter, @HillaryClinton

Olivia Wilde: 

Twitter, @oliviawilde

Twitter, @oliviawilde

Ellen DeGeneres:  

Twitter, @TheEllenShow

Twitter, @TheEllenShow

Seth Meyers: 

Twitter, @sethmeyers

Twitter, @sethmeyers

Cher: 

Twitter, @cher

Twitter, @cher

Rainn Wilson: 

Twitter, @rainnwilson

Twitter, @rainnwilson

Nick Offerman: 

Twitter, @Nick_Offerman

Twitter, @Nick_Offerman

Leslie Jones: 

Twitter, @Lesdoggg

Twitter, @Lesdoggg

Rashida Jones: 

Twitter, @iamrashidajones

Twitter, @iamrashidajones

 

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