From social networks the artists had encouraged the American people to go to vote, now they celebrate the triumph of the Democratic candidate.
Much of the American artistic environment had spoken out in favor of the elected president Joe Biden and reinforced in their social networks with millions of followers the initiative so that the greatest number of Americans came to vote. After the news of the triumph of the Democrats, the celebrities showed their excitement and joy.
The singer and actress Lady Gaga was one of the most active, even accompanying Biden at the closing of the campaign and was also one of the first to publish the celebration of the good news on her Instagram.
“@JoeBiden @KamalaHarris and the American people have just given the world one of the greatest acts of kindness and courage humanity has ever seen. ❤️ 🙌🙌 nothing but love for our new commander-in-chief and the first female vice president elected to the White House, ”Gaga posted along with a photo hugging the president-elect.
Director and filmmaker Michael Moore uploaded a photo to his Twitter with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and wrote: “Historic! Congratulations! Ahead!!”.
Actress Kerry Washington expressed her gratitude to those who came out to vote for Biden: “The people have spoken! Thanks to all who used their vote and voice to make history. PRESIDENT Joe Biden and VICE PRESIDENT Kamala Harris ”.
Le Bron James tweeted a meme where the president-elect beats Donald Trump in a basketball match.
Ellen Degeneres, presenter and Democratic voice, supported the candidacies of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and this year accompanied the campaign of Joe Biden. On his Twitter account he celebrated: “Much history has been made today. Congratulations, President-elect @JoeBiden and MADAM VICE-PRESIDENT ELECTED @KamalaHarris!”
Joking with her historic role as Vice President of the United States, Selina Mayer on the HBO series Veep, actress and comedian Julia Louis-Dreyfus tweeted: “Madam Vice President is no longer a fictional character. @KamalaHarris.”
Protagonist of This is us, One of the most watched drama series in America, Mandy Moore was emotional on her Twitter: “In tears. What a moment! Very grateful to all the voters, poll workers, volunteers, employees, everyone who made this a Reality! There is certainly A LOT of work to be done, but let’s celebrate this moment, friends. It’s historic!
Viola Davis is one of the most politically active artists in the United States and has been active in recent weeks calling her followers to the polls and supporting the Biden-Harris formula. This Saturday he chose his social networks to express his happiness for the victory and urged “to fight for the Senate.”
Renowned actress Sarah Paulson celebrated on her Twitter and shared a poem by Seamus Heaney to illustrate how happy she is with this triumph for Biden: “Crying with joy. @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris. ‘History says don’t wait on this side of the grave. But then once in a lifetime the long-awaited tidal wave of justice can rise and hope and history rhyme ‘- Seamus Heaney ”.
Singer John Legend shared a message with his millions of followers: “Congratulations to President-Elect Biden and Vice President-Elect Harris! Thank you for choosing to serve your country during these difficult times.”
Another singer who was excited and happy with the partial election result was Pink: “This news has made me cry. I was overwhelmed by the relief of this country. I was overwhelmed by Kamala and the inspiration she brings to the girls of everyone. Van Jones made me cry horrible tears. This country has a lot of work to do to unite. I pray that we can do it. “
Maria Shriver, an American journalist belonging to the Kennedy Family and former first lady of California from November 17, 2003 to January 3, 2011, due to her marriage to former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, expressed that she believes that with Biden it will be possible to establish “ a new tone ”in the country.
“Today a new stage begins. A new tone, a new dawn. May we all breathe deeply and exhale. And accept reality, ”he wrote.
Former husband and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who always ran as a GOP candidate, wrote: “Congratulations to President-elect @JoeBiden and Vice-President-elect @KamalaHarris. I say this after every election, and I’ll repeat it now because some people need to hear it more. than ever: I support you, because your success is the success of the country. “