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Celebrities Including Chrissy Teigen, Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, And More Celebrate Joe Biden’s Victory

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Celebs world took to social media to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden, defeating President Trump.

As the entire world knows, Joe Biden has been officially declared as the 46th president of the United States, while Kamala Harris became the first female Vice President. Celebrating the news, a good number of notable names shared posts through their verified account.

One of them, Chrissy Teigen, who disputed with Trump multiple times, wrote to Instagram that she is enjoying that good day when the Biden grabbed the victory.

Also, Miley Cyrus took to Instagram and wrote by referring to her past hits that “It’s a Party In The USA today!” and continued:

“Thankful for your service. I look forward to living under your leadership for the next four years.”

As for mega model Bella Hadid, who expresses at every turn that she does not approve of Trump and his acts as a president, admitted that she could not stop crying since she has heard Joe Biden was elected.

Besides, the basketball star LeBron James took to Twitter and wrote the following message to celebrate Biden and Harris’ victory:


Supporting Joe Biden openly since day one, Lady gaga congratulated the Democrats with an Instagram post. In her message, the singer thanked the people of the United States for showing “one of the greatest acts of kindness and bravery humanity has ever seen.”

In a similar way, the ‘Truth Hurts‘ singer Lizzo uploaded a video of herself crying with happiness and said that it is high time for an actual change in the US policies and practices.

Apart from these, Megan Thee Stallion and Lana Del Rey especially congratulated Kamala Harris, the first Black female Vice President ever in U.S. history, through Twitter. 

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