Celebrities React to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Win
Following a contentious election, Joe Biden has been elected as the 46th president of the United States. Kamala Harris joins him as the first female, Black, and Asian American vice president. Stars like Luis Fonsi, Zoe Saldana, and Joan Smalls took to social media to celebrate the incoming administration.
The actress celebrated with several social media posts. In this one, she took to the streets of Brooklyn to join in with the crowd honking car horns to celebrate.
The actress also shared a video about the victory. "No one can steal my joy," she wrote. "My president is Biden and my Vice President is KAMALA HARRIS a Woman from Black Asian [Descent] ! MADAM HARRIS TO BE EXACT!! A WOMAN !! WOMEN STAND UP!! So proud of you all !"
"It’s a win for human decency," the model wrote. "I'm so happy right now. We did our part, now it's time for y’all to do yours @joebiden @kamalaharris."
The actress also went outside to celebrate the win. "The joy I see in the streets fills my heart with so much love!" she wrote. "We are celebrating democracy and everyone is invited to the party!!"
In an emotional video, the actress expressed her excitement about the new president and vice president.
The actress celebrated the win with a graphic.
The singer took to Instagram to share photos of herself alongside Biden and Harris. "I've been waiting to post this photo because I knew deep down you would be our next President," she wrote. "Today we celebrate the millions of Americans who overcame barriers to the ballot box, mobilized their communities and voted in record breaking numbers. This was OUR election and WE WON TOGETHER. There's still a lot of work to be done, but today we will celebrate each other."
The actress captioned her post with the hashtags "#United #Equality #Dignity #Fairness," adding that she was "crying tears of joy and relief."
The actress used a meme to celebrate the win.
The singer, who joined Joe Biden at a rally in September, also congratulated him on the win. "Congratulations to the President-Elect of the United States @joebiden and Vice President-Elect @kamalaharris," he wrote. "Character matters, being a good person matters, equality matters, democracy matters."
The Puerto Rican singer and actor also took to social media to celebrate the win.