Celebrities emotionally react to Trump’s election

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LOS ANGELES — When it comes to elections and emotions, celebrities are just like the rest of us — they just have more followers.

Trump really took a wrecking ball to Miley Cyrus's day.

She posted this tear filled post to Twitter Wednesday morning, making it all the way from shock to acceptance in two minutes and change.

San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick gets blasted by ESPN's Stephen A. Smith for not voting after all the noise he's made about social injustice.

“Colin Kaepernick is absolutely irrelevant. I don't want to see him again, I don`t want to hear from him again,” Smith said. “He comes across as a flaming hypocrite.”

While Katy Perry called for revolution, and Madonna checked in promising a new fire is lit, Amanda re-fried tried looking at the positive...kind of... tweeting “maybe this is rock bottom and there's no where to go but up.”

Jussie Smollett expressed it's time to get to work.

“Lets join together, lets step up, lets protect each other and let’s make sure we clean up this filthy mess,” Smollett said on Instagram.

Its hard to find 'A' list-ers tweeting out their support for trump, but Kirstie Alley and Stephen Baldwin were pleased with 2016 results.

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