Gay diva and glam rocker Lady Gaga says a ruling declaring California's gay marriage ban unconstitutional moved her to make music.

“At the moments notice of PROP 8 DEATH I instantly began to write music,” Gaga tweeted to her nearly 5.3 million followers on Wednesday. “BUBBLE DREAMS FOREVER! FULL EQUALITY! THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING!”

“REJOICE and CELEBRATE gay communities and straight all over the world,” she tweeted moments later. “Our voices are being heard! Loud! SCREAM LOUD AMERICANOS!”

Lady Gaga wasn't the only celebrity to take to Twitter yesterday.

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

“Prop 8 Overturned!” rocker Adam Lambert, who is gay, 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.”

“This just in: Equality won!” Ellen DeGeneres, who married actress Portia de Rossi in California, tweeted to her nearly 5 million followers.

“We're all equal, and we should all have equal rights,” she added. “I'm so grateful for today's decision.”