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Celebrities react to Supreme Court gay marriage ruling

the Mesh Report Staff June 26, 2015 Comments Off on Celebrities react to Supreme Court gay marriage ruling

Some celebrity reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States:

“Same-sex marriage is now legal all across the US! Free to love. Free to marry. Free to be equal!” — Lady Gaga, via Twitter.

“Huge day for America. Happy to see the news. All the love.” — Harry Styles, via Twitter.

“It’s a new day. Thank you Supreme Court. Thank you Justice Kennedy. Your opinion is profound, in more ways than you may know. #huzzah” — Neil Patrick Harris, via Twitter.

“My eyes shine with tears as marriage equality is ruled the law of the land. What a pride weekend it shall be!” — George Takei, via Twitter.

“I have always said that everyone has the right to love who they love and today, with the historic decision from the Supreme Court, I am so happy it is now the law of the land.” — Liza Minnelli in a statement.

“What’s better than a supreme taco from Taco Bell? The Supreme Court of the United States. Thank you for making marriage legal for EVERYONE today. Best birthday gift ever.” — Sean Hayes, via Facebook.

“Congratulations, particularly to those who made the case for equality.” — Ian McKellen, via Twitter.

“Is there a computer genius who can make my GIF dreams come true with Justice Ginsburg on a rainbow clad motorcycle riding into the sunset?” — Audra McDonald, via Twitter.

“Love won! Dignity won! Common sense won! SCOTUS is 2 for 2. Bravo.” — Jason Alexander, via Twitter.

“i am so overwhelmed with gratitude for the wisdom of our Supreme Court – and the courage of generations of LGBT crusaders who have fought hard and sacrificed much to lead us to this powerfully emotional and historic moment!!! what an amazing day for our community – and our country!” — Zachary Quinto, via Instagram.

“Hugely emotional that marriage equality has finally come to the U.S. History! Love ALWAYS wins.” — Jesse Tyler Ferguson, via Twitter.

“Ahora en los EEUU no se llamara “matrimonio igualitario” se llamara MATRIMONIO y punto.” (“Now in the U.S. it won’t be “marriage equality” it will only be MARRIAGE.”) — Ricky Martin, via Twitter.

“You never realize how heavy your burden’s been until you lay it down in the promised land.” — Harvey Fierstein, via Twitter.

“Settled in my seat on my flight home, and am overcome by and in tears from the news on #MarriageEquality ruling by #SCOTUS. #LoveWins” — Lea Salonga, via Twitter.

“CONGRATS TO ALL! The world just got a little better. Woo Hoo!!!!!! ” — Lena Hall, via Twitter.

“I’m moved to tears thinking about all the people who worked so tirelessly toward this historic day! I feel such #pride” — Carolee Carmello, via Twitter.

“I’m so happy I’m crying!!!! #LoveWins” — Kelly Osbourne, via Twitter.

“I just woke up on west coast to THE BEST NEWS!!!! Marriage Equality is the law of the land!!!!!!!” — Rory O’Malley, via Twitter.

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