Chris Colfer, Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert
and Rosie O'Donnell were among the celebrities tweeting election day
“Wins 4 marriage equality in Maine,
Maryland, Minnesota and Washington!” tweeted Ricky Martin to his
more than 7.4 million followers, along with a picture of himself with
President Barack Obama. “EQUALITY prevails.”
Chaz Bono messaged: “President
@BarackObama makes me feel very grateful and proud to be an American.
Four more years of moving Forward. God bless America.”
“And to @TammyBaldwinWI for being
elected the first openly gay senator in the HISTORY of The United
States,” Lady Gaga tweeted.
Comedian Wandy Sykes called the
election “a big win for our country.” “I'm so very proud and
grateful to be an American. So much love!”
Chris Colfer messaged: “All ages,
genders, ethnicities and orientations dancing badly TOGETHER on TV!
THATS America! Wouldn't see that 50 years ago.”
Singer Adam Lambert cheered marriage
equality wins in messages to his more than 1,700,000 followers: “We
did it!!!! Maryland and Minnesota working the marriage equality.”
Rosie O'Donnell added: “A wonderful
morning in Canada – so proud of the USA.”
Lambert: Obama won my vote with gay marriage.)