Oprah, Uzo Aduba, Amy Schumer, Scott Foley, and more tweeted their support

By Allison Sadlier
July 29, 2016 at 03:52 PM EDT
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Hillary Clinton made history Thursday when she accepted the Democratic party’s nomination to be the first female presidential candidate. Throughout the week, celebrities like Katy Perry, Meryl Streep, Lena Dunham, and Debra Messing appeared at the DNC to support her, and after her rousing speech, even more stars celebrated Clinton and her campaign.

Oprah Winfrey tweeted about the prospect of a woman in the Oval Office and wrote, “Glass ceiling Cracked Wide Open!”

Hamilton‘s Lin-Manuel Miranda gave Clinton a shoutout for her reference to the Broadway musical smash with a blushing emoji and an American flag saying, “I’m with her. #And ShesBeenListeningToDiscTwo!”

Oscar winner Julianne Moore quoted Clinton’s speech, “America is great because America is good,” and added, “I fell in love with Hillary Clinton all over again.”

Scandal‘s Scott Foley tweeted about the historic moment that he shared with his daughter calling it, “an amazing experience.”

Award-winning Uzo Aduba from Orange is the New Black praised Clinton and wrote, “The ability to meet The Moment and deliver with a steady hand, is the hallmark of a leader.”

Check out reactions from Amy Schumer, Elizabeth Banks, Matt McGorry, Jennifer Lopez, and more below.

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