Stephen Colbert was among the stars who had something to say about President Obama's endorsement of gay marriage. Oh, wait, he was talking about something else...
"What an historic day! I'm talking, of course, about how I finally got all 10 punches on my Pinkberry card! Free yogurt, your time is now!"
But plenty of other stars weighed in.
Ellen DeGeneres addressed the news as she taped today's show:
"What an amazing day for our country. President Obama just came out in support of same sex marriage. And I say, wow, wow. There have been moments in history when someone has had the courage to stand up for what they believe in and that one action changes everything. I hope that this is one of those times. It takes a brave man to take a stand like this especially in an election year. Mr. President, to you, I say, thank you, very, very much"
Kim Kardashian, too, weighed in:
"Wow… I just heard that President Obama has officially announced that he supports gay marriage!! This is such a huge step forward in our country's fight for civil rights and I hope that today this will give hope to so many young people across the country.
We've never had a president so supportive of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and today I am proud to be an American!! I'm so happy that our country is making history and moving forward. No more living in the past!"
On Twitter, stars including Adam Levine, Andy Cohen, Ryan Seacrest, Tyra Banks, Jane Lynch and Alec Baldwin, were quick to praise the president.
Obama will show his support support for gay marriage Monday in New York City when he attends an lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) event hosted by musician Ricky Martin.