New York's approval of same-sex marriages set off a flurry of Twitter mock-proposals and celebrations from Hollywood stars.
“Marriage equality…. vote yes,” Alec Baldwin tweeted before same-sex marriages were signed into law Friday.
Steve Martin, his Oscars co-host and "It's Complicated" co-star, later responded: "Alec! Now we can get married!"
Baldwin accepted, with reservations: "Ok. But if you play that effing banjo after eleven o'clock…."
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Lance Bass also mock-proposed to Bravo executive Andy Cohen, who responded, "Yes and I want an #nsync reunion at the party. Pleeeeease??"
Neil Patrick Harris, meanwhile, said he was planning real-life nuptials — and that he and his partner have been engaged for five years.
More Twitter reactions:
"Thank you New York for showing us IT GETS BETTER." — "Vampire Diaries" executive producer Kevin Williamson.
"Tonight we're all New Yorkers! Straight & gay alike, let's all celebrate marriage #equality. The right side of history!" — Kathy Griffin
"The revolution is ours to fight for love, justice+equality. Rejoice NY, and propose. We did it!!!" — Lady Gaga
"Sometimes, I wish I still lived in New York. Tonight is definitely one of those times. I'm proud of you, NY!" — "Conan" announcer Andy Richter
"Way to go, NY. Time to catch up, California." — "Modern Family" executive producer Steve Levitan.
"Nice work to Gov. Andrew Cuomo," wrote Lindsay Lohan. "Proud to be FROM NY!"
"Congratulations NY on gay marriage!! Finally!!! I will gorge myself tonight in celebration!!" — Julie Benz, who tweeted Saturday morning that she "woke up with a tummy ache."