Tweet Beat: Obama Gets Four More Years

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From the moment it was reported that Barack Obama would get a second term, celebs were on Twitter sharing their love for the re-elected President.

The whole day saw celebs taking to their social networks urging fans to get out the vote and of course to show some support for Mr. Obama.

Beyoncé even joined Instagram for the occasion, showing her love for the President from her home state of Texas.

Many—over 500,000 and counting–retweeted Barack’s message of four more years making it the most retweeted message ever. His tweet beat out the previous record holder Wendy’s fast food restaurant, not Justin Bieber, according to Mashable.

Others though just needed share their opinion on the matter:

Eternal runner-up Clay Aiken had a little fun with the night’s results.

And Cher, who’s been quite vocal about her Election Day hopes, used all caps for the occasion.

Josh Groban
though was the one who really got to the point of the night.

Shannon Carlin, CBS Local


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