Katy Perry, Ellen Page, & More Celebrities React To Nationwide Marriage Equality

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The long-awaited day has arrived. As of this morning, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have the same right to marriage as couples comprised of partners of different sexes. SCOTUS found that the Constitution guarantees all couples the right to wed. The 5-4 decision was the result of decades of activism and litigation. It has been a long, hard battle for those who have been unfairly denied the right to marry the person that they love.

Many celebrities took to social media to celebrate the landmark SCOTUS decision. It's a great day in American history. Here's what people had to say about this wonderful step for equality. Today, love is legal for everyone.

Katy Perry

Zachary Quinto

Emmy Rossum

Michael Urie

Mandy Moore


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Ava DuVernay


Andy Cohen

Ricky Martin

Patrick J. Adams

Anna Kendrick

Olivia Wilde

Matt Bomer

Sara Bareilles

Lance Bass

Hayley Williams

Alyssa Milano

Brooklyn Decker

Pete Wentz

Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen Page

Jennifer Lopez

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Harry Styles

Neil Patrick Harris

Kate Hudson

Seth Meyers

Lady Gaga

Uzo Aduba

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