@LadyGaga

Celebrity reactions on Twitter to Obama's presidential victory last night ran the gamut, from jibes to jubilation. Here are some compelling election night tweets representing both camps, starting here with a happy Lady Gaga.
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@realDonaldTrump

Donald Trump was much less happy.
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@vickjackshow

One time "Saturday Night Live" cast member Victoria Jackson.
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@TedNugent

Musician Ted Nugent joined Trump with an angry Twitter tirade.
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@EvaLongoria

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@StephenBaldwin7

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@chrisrock

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@oliviawilde

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@RuPaul

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@justinbieber

Justin Bieber isn't worried, he's Canadian.
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@hughhefner

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@llcoolj

LL Cool J referenced his hit 1990 song Mama Said Knock You Out.
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@ricky_martin

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