Ellen DeGeneres, Neil Patrick Harris,
Sam Smith, Adam Lambert and Matt Bomer were among the out celebrities
who tweeted Christmas wishes.
Singer Adam Lambert shared a tweet with
his followers from Queen guitarist Brian May: “Merry Christmas Adam
Lambert also posted an Instagram photo
of himself on Christmas Day titled Holiday Swirl (pictured).
“Merry Christmas from my family to
yours!” White Collar star Matt Bomer messaged. “Wishing
everyone a peaceful and happy holiday with the ones you love. XO.”
Ellen DeGeneres wrote: “Merry
Christmas, everyone! I hope your day is filled with warmth and love.
Now stop reading tweets in the pantry and go be with your family.”
DeGeneres also tweeted a photo of
herself photoshopped into a scene from the holiday classic It's a
“MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MY BEAUTIFUL
FANS,” singer Sam Smith said. “I hope you're already stuffed &
married Lance Bass said he hoped “everyone has an incredible
day surrounded by love!”
Neil Patrick Harris added: “Merry
Christmas Eve! Hope your night is filled with love – whether it be
by romance, friendship, or random circumstance. 'Tis the season!”