Osama Bin Laden Death: Celebrities tweet reaction

As news started breaking yesterday about Osama Bin Laden's death, Twitter was on fire with tweets about the news.
Even some celebrities used Twitter to voice their opinions. Some showed their support to troops with their tweets, other's congratulated President Barack Obama and others took a more humorous tone.
Here's a look at examples of celebrity tweets:
Lady Gaga showed her support by tweeting, "Just landed. Watching CNN. What a historical moment in the fight against hatred."
Actress Demi Lovato also showed support by writing, "USA. I love my country ... We made history today...WOW #supportthetroops."
Actor Neil Patrick Harris praised Barack Obama. "Everyone is sitting around my living room, mouths agape. Wow, what a night. Thank you, Mr. President, for such an eloquent speech."
Mindy Kaling of "The Office" tweeted "I hope all families with loved ones who perished on September 11th are feeling some closure. Our country's great."
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson, of  "Modern Family" wrote "Just landed in LA from DC. I wanna turn the plane around and celebrate in front of the White House! Wow!"  
Some celebrity used one-liners like Rihanna who wrote "#mandown," Lindsay Lohan who tweeted "GO USA" and LL Cool J who wrote "Check Mate"
Others, while they were excited about the news were also a little skeptical.
Adam Levine of Maroon 5 tweeted, "I don't know how I feel about "celebrating" death. But I'm just glad this happened during a good man's presidency."
Katy Perry tweeted. "Does anyone else find it strange that this is announced on May Day ... I am relieved in some ways, but have a feeling of uncertainty now." She followed that tweet with "I believe in justice ... but don't u think that an eye for an eye will make the whole world blind?"
Others took a more humorous approach to the news.
Rainn Wilson, also of "The Office" wrote "Osama Bin Shot-in" and then "True story: Bin Laden was caught while watching "Real Housewives of Islamabad" on a 80" plasma."
Late night TV host Jimmy Fallon wrote "Got Bin Laden AND interrupted Celebrity Apprentice? Win for Obama all around."
Even Steve Martin cracked a joke writing "Slow news day."
Danny Glover had a hilarious tweet, which said "Best part of Twitter when things like this happen are people who don't know it happened yet and tweet "so crazy at the club right now!""

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