Openly gay singers Adam Lambert and Ricky Martin are cheering a federal judge's ruling that declares California's gay marriage ban, Proposition 8, unconstitutional.

Both stars took to their Twitter accounts Wednesday to cheer the ruling.

“YEAHHHHH!!!!! #PROP8UNCONSTITUTIONAL MOVING FORWARD,” Martin,who has 1.3 million followers, tweeted.

Martin came out gay in March after denying rumors about his sexual orientation for over a decade. He said writing his memoir got him “very close to my truth.” Last week, the 38-year-old Martin said his book, titled ME, will be released on November 2 from publisher Celebra/Penguin.

“Prop 8 Overturned!” Lambert tweeted to his half a million followers. “I'm glad California has restored the right for ALL of its citizens to marry whoever they choose.”

“We're gonna throw glitter on this barn tonight!!!” he added.

The 28-year-old American Idol season 8 runner-up came out gay last year on the cover of Rolling Stone.

“I don't think it should be a surprise for anyone to hear that I'm gay,” he said.