12 Celebrity Reactions To Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s Election As Pope
The endorsements are in.
Soon after white smoke rose from the chimney on the Sistine Chapel and Pope Francis I, the first non-European pontiff of the modern era, emerged to the cheers of thousands who’d packed into St. Peter’s Square, celebrities began taking to Twitter to share their views on his election.
Here’s what some of your favorite stars had to say:
There’s also white smoke coming out of my office, but nobody seems that excited about it. #pope
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) March 13, 2013
We are so close…it has me so jittery! So Im doing the only reasonable thing to calm my nerves. #imonthetredmillwatchinghoarders
— Kristen Bell(@IMKristenBell) March 13, 2013
Ok forget it. Sound like we have an anti-gay pope.My wife and I will NOT be partying in cute Swiss Guard costumes
— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) March 13, 2013
— Star Jones (@StarJonesEsq) March 13, 2013
Feeling good about my chances to be new Pope. My agents said I should hear something today…
— Aziz Ansari (@azizansari) March 13, 2013
The new Pope just called! The new Pope just called!
— Steve Martin (@SteveMartinToGo) March 13, 2013
Please call me Pope JORGE !
— George Lopez (@georgelopez) March 13, 2013
Waiting for the Pope to emerge on the balcony in a white gown. Doubt he’ll be singing “Don’t Cry for me Argentina.” A missed opportunity!
— Joan Rivers (@Joan_Rivers) March 13, 2013
Pope Francis 1 is known as a frugal, humble, moderniser. Sounds just what the Catholic Church needs.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 13, 2013
Don’t call the new pope Francis – his name is Frank – If you call him Francis he’s gonna kill you
— David Arquette (@davidarquette) March 13, 2013
If I were you, I would NOT call Oprah today. She’s walking around her mansion…”oh great I went to Argentina for nothing”
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) March 13, 2013
Love that this man is known for his simplicity. The sign he has already given is his choice of name.
— Maria Shriver (@mariashriver) March 13, 2013
Watch our video, below, to see how the new Pope was chosen.