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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

 

Ya Know You Wanna!

CLINTON CELEBRATES HER 69TH BIRTHDAY, ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL IN SOUTH FLORIDA ALONGSIDE ADELE!

Caroline Slusarczyk

NBC.com

NBC.com

Adele played a concert in Miami, Florida Tuesday night at the American Airlines Arena, where Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance as an early birthday celebration.  Hillary spent all of Tuesday campaigning in south Florida.  Clinton had a packed schedule including, a Coconut Creek rally, her final Florida fundraiser in Pinecrest, and a stop at Univision’s Studios for an appearance on the El Gordo y la Flaca talk show.  Clinton’s supporters did not forget her birthday while she campaigned, though.  At the Coconut Creek rally, the crowd sang “Happy Birthday” to Hillary.  On the El Gordo y la Flaca talk show, Hillary was offered cookies and tequila shots.  She was also serenaded by singer Prince Royce, who had backup from a mariachi band.  After her special, but busy day, Hillary had the chance to unwind a little on the eve of her 69th birthday.  Hillary’s motorcade made a final stop at the American Airlines Arena, where Hillary attended Adele’s concert.

Robyn Beck/Getty Images

Robyn Beck/Getty Images

It’s no secret that Hillary is a huge fan of Adele.  Hillary said that Adele was her, “go-to voice,” in a SiriusXM interview back in March.  Clinton also added, “I have such a huge admiration for her skills, her abilities and her personality.”

Adele returned the compliment at her Tuesday concert when she confidently endorsed Clinton.  Adele took a break from singing to say, “I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton.  I love her, she’s amazing.”  It has not been confirmed whether or not Adele knew the Democratic nominee was in the audience.  Either way, Adele’s endorsement must have been a lovely birthday present for Hillary.

Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Adele didn’t stop at her praise of Hillary, though.  The singer took the opportunity to urge concert-goers not to vote for Donald Trump.  Adele said, “I’ve got to be honest with you, I’m really glad I’m not an American at the moment, it’s hard work.”  She continued, “I wouldn’t know what to do, I mean I do know what to do - don't vote for him, that's all I'm saying.” 

Looks like Adele is officially on the #ImWithHer bandwagon!

 

Ya Know You Wanna!

MILEY CYRUS SAYS VOTE FOR HILLARY OR “KISS MY ASHTANGA ASS”

Caroline Slusarczyk

There is no doubt that Miley Cyrus is with Hillary Clinton.  The 23-year old singer and actress visited George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, on Saturday to encourage students to vote for Hillary on Election Day, November 9th.  Cyrus was no understated Clinton supporter.  She tweeted and posted to Instagram about her GMU campaign trip, always including the hashtag #imwithher.  Miley proudly displayed Clinton campaign signs and donned a glittery red, white and blue ensemble, complete with a pink feathered headband.  And in true Miley fashion, almost every pic snapped of her at GMU featured her famous “tongue pose.”

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@mileycyrus, Instagram

@mileycyrus, Instagram

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Getty Images

Getty Images

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Molly Riley/Associated Press

NBCwashington.com

NBCwashington.com

While it’s clear Cyrus had a blast campaigning at George Mason University, she made sure to let students know she still meant business.  Cyrus knocked on multiple dorm doors and talked politics with the students.  Jake Zartman, 18, was one student who got up close and personal with Cyrus.  When Cyrus asked Zartman if he planned to vote, he responded that he already had for Hillary.  Cyrus cheered, “Yeah!” to which Zartman replied, “Obviously.”

Student Katherine Quigley, 19, told Cyrus she planned to vote for Hillary.  Cyrus approved, but quipped that if she was not shooting The Voice on Election Day, she would come back to make sure.

After her campaign trip to GMU, Cyrus summed up her political views for her Instagram followers in one very clear message:

@mileycyrus, Instagram

@mileycyrus, Instagram

 

Ya Know You Wanna!