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It was a tense evening as the votes were counted last night (November 6) and when the dust settled President Barack Obama was elected to a second term in office.
And once the news spread, celebrities all over the world took to their Twitter accounts to share their reactions.
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Exercising her right to vote for the first time, Miley Cyrus arrived at her polling location in Los Angeles on Tuesday (November 6).
The "Hannah Montana" star wore an eclectic outfit of a short black minidress, red plaid button-down shirt, and black Chuck Taylors as she headed back out to continue on with her day.
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Having put together what's being dubbed as a near-perfect campaign, President Barack Obama appears to be staying put in the White House for four more years.
The current U.S. Commander-In-Chief's re-election was called by major media outlets after the State of Ohio and its eighteen electoral votes were named as having been won by Obama.
Making her voice heard, Katy Perry cast her ballot in Los Feliz, California on Tuesday (November 6).
The "Wide Awake" singer wore a white blouse, black skinny necktie, blue blazer, and matching pants as she posed for a picture, pointing to her voting sticker.
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Fully immersing themselves in Tuesday's political festivities, the stars took to the polling booths and Twitter to sound off on the Presidential election.
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Looking pleased to have cast her ballot, Heidi Klum made a delighted exit from her local polling place in Brentwood, CA on Tuesday (November 6).
The German-born supermodel looked casually patriotic as she rocked skinny jeans with a red, white and blue plaid button up for the presidential picking excursion.
Exercising her right to vote, Dianna Agron showed up at a Los Angeles polling location to cast her ballot earlier this afternoon (November 6).
The “I Am Number Four” starlet proudly displayed her “I Voted” sticker as she encountered some photographers upon her stroll back to her car.
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Proudly sporting her "I Voted" sticker, Hilary Duff headed to the polls with her mom in Los Angeles on Tuesday (November 6).
The "Lizzie McGuire" star looked casual in a white long-sleeved T-shirt, black yoga pants, and green flats as she kissed her mother goodbye.