Celebrities Tweet about Prop 8! (PHOTOS)
It’s been a hard battle in the same-sex marriage debate, and finally this morning word spread like wild fire about the uplifting news! Judge Stephen Reinhardt, one of the court’s more liberal judges, stated: “Proposition 8 serves no purpose, and has no effect, other than to lessen the status and human dignity of gays and lesbians in California.”
As many new marriage opportunities open up for same-sex couples, the controversial law could be well on its way to reaching the U.S. Supreme Court! He’s what some of our fav celebs had to say:
Lance Bass couldn’t help but state the obvious in his tweet this morning
Well duh!RT @HuffingtonPost: Prop 8, California's same-sex marriage ban, declared unconstitutional huff.to/yRhmYyTalk show host and ever lovable Ellen Degeneres couldn’t be happier!
— Lance Bass (@LanceBass) February 7, 2012
Today we took another step towards equality. #Prop8 was found unconstitutional again. I couldn't be happier. — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) February 7, 2012Kelly Osbourne cried tears of joy for this momentous day!
Are my ears hearing this corectly? If so my eyes are filling with tears of joy! thank you lord #Prop8IsUnconstitutional!Olivia Wilde seemed just as pumped about the news.
— Kelly Osbourne (@MissKellyO) February 7, 2012
Woohoo!! Die Prop 8 Die!!!! 9th Circuit just ruled you unconstitutional. Next step Supreme Court! — olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) February 7, 2012Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson declared he won’t stop until everyone is free to marry!
Historic! #Prop8 is unconstitutional. @AFER & I won’t stop until ALL Americans are #free2marry. Sign> bit.ly/pledge8 & RTWe’re sure more celebs will have tons of things to say and will stay hopeful for more positive Prop 8 news! Let us know your thoughts and reactions and make sure to check out the NoH8 campaign gallery!
— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) February 7, 2012