15 celebrity election night Twitter reactions

Annie Z. Yu Contributor
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Celebrities lit up Twitter with their election night reactions. From Eva Longoria to Ted Nugent, here they are: the excited, the bewildered and the belligerent.

The (few) Republican celebrity reactions:

Actress Stacey Dash, proud of her candidates. 

Rock musician Ted Nugent didn’t take the news of Obama’s re-election very well. His multi-tweet rant also included references to “sub-human vermin,” “non-workers”, “idiots” and “soul-less fools.”

“The View” co-host Elisabeth Hasselback might pack up any day now.

Country singer John Rich was pretty nervous, apparently.

Business magnate Donald Trump‘s take on the state of America. Wait, we aren’t a democracy?

And a multitude of Democratic celeb reactions…

In her excitement, actress Eva Longoria couldn’t control her usage of exclamation marks.

Actress and “The View” co-host Sherri Shepherd celebrated Obama’s win, then got a little confused about the time.

18 exclamation marks?! Actress Eliza Dushku beats Eva Longoria for the most exclamation marks award.

Actress Kate Walsh abandons intelligible words in favor of slang, exclamation marks  and a photo of herself grinning in front of the TV screen.

Actress Kerry Washington is tripled wow-ed.

Other random but hilarious reactions

Oh, Dana. The comedian Dana Gould doing his job.

“Modern Family” actor Eric Stonestreet caters to his fans about his gay character, Cameron, and his partner Mitchell.

“Modern Family” producer Steve Levitan also jumped in on the Twitter conversation.

“The Office” actor Rainn Wilson shares a revelation. Brilliant or no?

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