Celebs Go Crazy Over Donald Trump's Election Result

Just Yesterday...

Just Yesterday...

It seems like only yesterday that celebs like Lady Gaga were urging for everyone to go out and vote for Hillary Clinton. Hang on ...that was only yesterday!

Today, with those messages having seemingly fallen on deaf ears, what are celebrities saying now?

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga herself staged a silent protest outside of Trump Towers in New York City, just outside where Trump and his family and staff had been watching the election unfold.



Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg

Snoop was pretty clear in how he felt about the whole Trump as President thing. Was it truly the second worst day in America's history?

Sarah Silverman & Ben Stiller

Sarah Silverman & Ben Stiller

Both Sarah Silverman and Ben Stiller were short and sweet with their reactions, with Silverman pointing to the apparent love that Trump and the Russian President have for each other.



Madonna

Madonna

Madge came out a little more optimistic with her tweet, although it's a little difficult to judge what she was really trying to say beyond a few tried and true cliches.

Katy Perry

Katy Perry

..And while we're talking about cliches, Katy Perry had a couple up her sleeve, pulling out "POWER TO THE PEOPLE" and "WE WILL NEVER BE SILENCED", all in caps so we knew she wasn't kidding. Probably.



Katy Perry (cont.)

Katy Perry (cont.)

She wasn't done there.

To be fair to Parry, she was trying to appeal to her fans and anyone else who would listen that the fight is not over.

"THE REVOLUTION IS COMING" she insisted.

Seth McFarlane & Kristen Bell

Seth McFarlane & Kristen Bell

People like Seth McFarlane were less optimistic than Katy Perry, however, expressing a sentiment that many seemed to share.

Personally, I'm keen to go join Kristen Bell with her endeavors.



Cher and Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Cher and Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Cher had her mind in the toilet while Jesse Tyler Ferguson was another struggling to come to terms with what went down.

In another tweet, the Modern Family star said he was taking some time out to grieve for an array of minority groups.

Ariana Grande and Chris Evans

Ariana Grande and Chris Evans

Ariana Grande didn't tell us why she's in tears but we assume she was hoping for a Clinton victory and hadn't just kicked her toe on the leg of a table.

Chris Evans was a little more clear about how he felt.



Steven Seagal & Piers Morgan

Steven Seagal & Piers Morgan

Not everybody was upset with the Trump victory, and let's be honest, although not every silent Trump supporter was brave enough to come out and say they were in favor of his victory, there were a few who were.

I mean, someone voted for the guy, right? He won!

Stephen Baldwin

Stephen Baldwin

Stephen Baldwin was another who was looking forward to The Donald making America great again.

It remains to be seen whether everybody can work together or if this decision will be more divisive than unifying.