Olivia Wilde, Judd Apatow and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were just a few of the big stars taking to Twitter on Tuesday to praise a court decision finding California's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
The responses ranged from the philosophical to the hilarious to expressions of joy.
"Prop 8, sashay away," Ru Paul tweeted.
Also read: Prop 8 Is Unconstitutional, Court Rules
Not many bold faced names expressed any outrage, which is not that surprising as Hollywood is a liberal town, after all. That was left to folks on the other end of the political aisle, such as presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich who took to Twitter to decry the decision.
It was not just tinseltown's elite who were weighing in on the historic ruling.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Huffington Post political reporter Sam Stein, and Nation editor Richard Kim were among the prominent figures who took to the social media platform in the wake of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision to uphold a lower court ruling.
Here's a look at some of the best responses to the news.
Prop 8 architects: Every civil rights battle is eventually won by the oppressed party. Save your hundred mil and buy some Bud platinum.
#Prop8 struck down AGAIN!!!! perez.ly/zrVPi5 Equal rights for all!!!!
Court of Appeals overturning CA's Prop 8 another example of an out of control judiciary. Let's end judicial supremacy http://bit.ly
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
V plsd the 9th Circuit has upheld ruling that Prop 8 is unconstitutional! We shld all be able to marry the person we love#marriageequality
Sam Stein (Huffington Post political reporter)
this prop 8 decision never would have happened under president gingrich…. because there would be no ninth circuit.
Alex Burns (Politico reporter)
Prop 8 overturned + emergency contraception fight + Komen vs. Planned Parenthood = so much for economy-only 2012
Mark Harris, (columnist for Entertainment Weekly)
"Prop 8 ruled unconstitutional AND Smash gets high ratings. Big day for my people.”
Richard Kim (executive editor, TheNation.com)
Funny how much of the decision is about non-marriage issues like Judge Walker's sexuality & legal standing of Prop 8 proponents.