Lady Gaga lacks words now that it is clear that Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States. The singer, whose campaign has invited the Democratic presidential candidate, spoke on Instagram of a “very special day”. “This is so good for the world,” said Lady Gaga, crying. “I feel as if the world has received a big hug from God.”
“It’s over,” says Gaga, “for people who thought they were living in a state of terror and aggression.” According to the singer, now is the time to “heal, rest and love”. She tells her followers that it is not necessary to rush towards the losers.
In a second video that Gaga shared via Instagram, it reflects the fact that Kamala Harris will become the first female Vice President. “Thanks to everyone who voted, I’m trying to say something, but I can’t,” says Gaga.
Other stars also quote Harris in their first reaction. For example, Alyssa Milano, who criticizes sitting President Donald Trump, tweets “All the Little Girls” with a photo of Harris. She will not only become the first female Vice President of the United States, but also the first black American to hold the position.
Like Lady Gaga, Tyra Banks also thinks it’s time for love. Banks, who was the first black model to appear on the cover of major fashion magazines, tweeted, “This is a time for reconciliation. This is a time to unite. This is a time for love.” Let’s do this, America.
Shakira proves that the American presidential elections are closely watched all over the world. The Colombian singer originally announced on Twitter that she will celebrate with the children she gave birth to with Spanish soccer player Gerard Pique. According to Shakira, “A new phase of unity and recovery begins now with Biden’s election.”
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