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I'm warn down to the nub from election fatigue, but the celebrities are still going full force. Today's issue is in the wake of Election 2016, of course.

The stars voted and they certainly reacted to the results.

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Celebrities react to Donald Trump's presidential victory
Celebrities on Twitter reacted to Donald Trump's presidential victory in the early hours Wednesday morning, with posts ranging from celebratory to disbelief.

Trump's victory came with 284 Electoral votes, just surpassing the 270 required to secure the win, over Hillary Clinton who stood to be the United States' first female president.

Various celebrities shared their emotions about the race results on social media.

Legendary Hollywood figure Carl Reiner tweeted early Wednesday that he hopes to live four more years so he can vote against the president-elect in the next election.

"Donald Trump has given me, who is 94, the deep desire & will to live to 98 so I can vote for whoever runs against him," Reiner said.

Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban called on Americans to support Trump and work together going forward.

"We all need to give President-Elect Trump a chance. Support the good. Lobby against what we disagree on. No one is bigger than us all," he tweeted.

Actress Dana Delaney expressed her dismay at the results of the election and vowed to stand up against misogyny.

"How do you explain to young girls in tears at Hillary HQ that women voted for Trump and misogyny is the way of the world? I won't. It's not," she said.

Kirstie Alley tweeted her support for Trump.

"CONGRATULATIONS PRESIDENT TRUMP! @realDonaldTrump against all odds ..against the establishment and even against most from the GOP..U did it!" Alley said.

Trump will officially be sworn into the presidency on Friday, January 20.

??? Guess Who ???

Which Oscar nominated actor is set to star as Winston Churchill in upcoming film?

"Thankfully, gratefully, cancer did not get the best of me. The best of me now lives on in my two little women, baby girls I was lucky enough to be able to make with my own body."
--Cobie Smulders, on her battle with ovarian cancer, in an essay for Lenny Letter

Lady Gaga protests outside Trump Tower
Lady Gaga has staged a protest outside Trump Tower in New York City, holding a banner that read "love trumps hate" as Trump secured the presidential nomination.

Gaga, an ardent supporter of Hilary Clinton, stood on a sanitation truck while holding the sign following the announcement of Tuesday's election results.

The 30-year-old singer reportedly wept backstage at what was supposed to a victory party for Clinton, according to MSNBC.

Gaga shared a photo of her protest.

"I want to live in a #CountryOfKindness where #LoveTrumpsHate," she posted to Twitter early Wednesday morning.

Kate Hudson, Olivia Wilde, other Hollywood stars post selfies after voting
Patton Oswalt, Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis, Taylor Swift, Kate Hudson, Mindy Kaling and Taraji P. Henson posted selfies on social media after voting for the new U.S. president Tuesday.

"Baby girl's first election. It's a cool time to be alive. #tearsofjoy," Wilde captioned a photo of her standing next to her fiance Sudeikis with their infant daughter in a carrier strapped to her chest.

Henson shared a cute video of her holding up her hand with an "I Voted" sticker on her palm, then peeking out from behind it. The message, "Vote" with three red-lip emojis, accompanies the clip.

Swift offered a photo of her standing on a long line to get into her polling station.

"Today is the day. Go out and VOTE," she told her fans.

Oswalt tweeted out an image of himself with his little girl with stickers on their foreheads.

"No way does she grow up in your slo-mo temper tantrum version of America, @realDonaldTrump," he wrote.

Another photo showed Hudson holding up her sticker to her lips, while Kaling sported her badge on the lapel of her coat.

??? Guess Who ???

Which Oscar nominated actor is set to star as Winston Churchill in upcoming film?

Gary Oldman is set to star as British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in the upcoming film Darkest Hour, directed by Joe Wright.

The movie focuses on Churchill's confrontation with Nazi forces and his "attempt to change the course of world history."

Oldman has signed on to star as Churchill, along with Stephen Dillane, whose involvement was recently announced, as well as John Hurt, Lily James, Ben Mendelsohn, and Kristin Scott Thomas.

The film uses extensive prosthetics to transform Oldman into Churchill, with two-time Academy Award nominee Kazuhiro Tsuji at the helm.

Academy Award nominated The Theory of Everything writer Anthony McCarten wrote the script for the biopic, which is set to premiere on Nov. 24, 2017.

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