Here’s How Celebs (And All Of You) Reacted To Today’s Historic ‘Yes’ Vote

Today’s historicYES‘ vote to marriage equality is making everyone cheer, or cry, or both, and it’s just such a goddamn beautiful thing.

Tens of thousands of people gathered in parks across the country to watch the results of the postal survey read out, while millions more were glued to their television screens.

Here’s how you all reacted.

https://twitter.com/kyranwheatley/status/930574127471063040

https://twitter.com/mitchfel/status/930585085853687808

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bbfp1ztlAtj/?taken-at=1026186960

https://twitter.com/Rob_Stott/status/930574464403701761

https://twitter.com/_lizzyoshea/status/930575580545896448

https://twitter.com/HClaytonWright/status/930579723092221952

https://twitter.com/auntnolan/status/930572806311632897?

Labor Senator Penny Wong broke down in tears, and we can only hope that literally everyone within a ten foot radius is trying to smoosh her in a giant hug.

In London, people literally broke into cheers on the tube.

https://twitter.com/MarkDiStef/status/930574746101714944

Aussie celebs are expressing their absolute joy at the vote, and overseas celebs are congratulating us. (Side note: HOW NICE IS IT for Australia to be the centre of the world’s attention for something good? Real nice.)

https://twitter.com/zachbraff/status/930581036026642432

https://twitter.com/Sia/status/930578000659210240

Many people were thanking Marriage Equality Director at GetUp!, Sally Rugg, who has worked so damn tirelessly to bring Australia this result, and support queer people in the meantime.

 

https://twitter.com/JamColley/status/930574304156069888

And still others were ~respectfully~ telling all those who worked hard against today’s history ‘yes’ vote to suck eggs.

https://twitter.com/JamColley/status/930572722421112832

https://twitter.com/LucyXIV/status/930572683770654720

https://twitter.com/marrowing/status/930573113514852357

BYEEEEEEEE.

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