From tweets to snaps to PROTESTS, Hillary’s Hollywood is taking this election hard. So many of them are outraged and have pledged to leave the country. Guess America will have fewer celebrities for awhile. It may seem like we have a lot of it here for you but you would be wrong. This is just a small drop in the bucket.
There was misery for Hillary Clinton’s band of Hollywood megafans as Donald Trump emerged victorious as American President.
Lady Gaga staged a protest against Trump outside Trump Tower, clinging to a sanitation truck with a sign ‘Love Trumps Hate’.
She was then pictured looking emotional in a luxury black Rolls-Royce Phantom being driven away clasping her hands together. At midnight, she had taken to Twitter and wrote: ‘Say a prayer America.’
Other famous Clinton supporters took to social media to express their dismay. Eva Longoria captioned an unhappy selfie on Snapchat ‘What is happening?????!!!!!’.
And Lindsay Lohan went as far as calling for a recount of votes.
Many of of Hillary’s supporters including Lena Dunham, Miley Cyrus and Amy Schumer, said they will leave the United States if Trump was elected.
Canada took to Twitter to welcome them, writing that immigrants are ‘encouraged to bring their cultural traditions with them and share them with their fellow citizens.’
And the country’s immigration website kept crashing as a Trump victory looked imminent and thousands went online seeking a way out of the country.
And as Trump triumphed, scores of celebrities took to social media to express their disappointment and despair.
Among them, Katy Perry, who has 94million followers, wrote on Twitter in the early hours: ‘Do not sit still. Do not weep. MOVE. We are not a nation that will let HATE lead us.’
She added: ‘WE WILL NEVER BE SILENCED. #LOVETRUMPSHATE.’
Perry had earlier revealed her parents voted for Trump, while her Hollywood pals began to panic on Twitter when the election results weren’t going the Democratic nominee’s way.
The Rolling Stones previously told Trump to stop playing their songs during his presidential campaign.
‘The Rolling Stones have never given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately,’ they said in a statement in May.
But that didn’t stop the Republican playing ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ after his victory speech on Wednesday.
Mick Jagger reacted on Twitter, joking: ‘Just was watching the news… maybe they’ll ask me to sing ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ at the inauguration, ha!’
The Daily Show host Trevor Noah joked: ‘Chris Christie is the guy who invested in Apple stock when it was still 5 dollars. I’m stunned.’
And Leah Dunham posted a video on Instagram at around 11pm, in which she and Lady Gaga told their followers: ‘We still believe.’