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    Proposition 8 Overturned! Celebs React to California's Federal Court Ruling Against Gay Marriage Ban

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    California love and equality for all!

    On Tuesday, a federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled that Proposition 8, a measure to ban same-sex marriages in California, was a violation of the U.S. Constitution. (The Golden State had allowed same-sex marriages, but Prop 8 passed with 52% of the vote in 2008, which brought an end to the practice.)

    Celebs couldn't have been happier by the court's progressive decision and took to Twitter to express their excitement…

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    Here's what a few different stars had to say:

    "Mitch & Cam have a question for you. @AFER #prop8 #MarriageEquality," Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson wrote on whosay, posting a photo of himself and his sitcom partner Eric Stonestreet with a sign inquiring, "How could you not want to see us tie the knot?"

    "Are my ears hearing this correctly? If so my eyes are filling with thears of joy! Thank you lord #Prop8IsUnconstitutional" —Kelly Osbourne (@misskellyo)

    "No #prop8!!! Yay for equality! :) :) :) Happy dance!" —Ricki Lake (@rickilake)

    "Prop 8 ruled unconstitutional… Duh!!" —Tom Arnold (@tomarnold)

    "Woohoo! Die Prop 8 Die!!! 9th Circuit just ruled you unconstitutional. Next step Supreme court." —Olivia Wilde (@oliviawilde)

    "Prop 8 can suck it. I'll be glad to see it gone for good." —Mark Hoppus (@markHOPPUS)

    "@NOH8Campaign we're one step closer beautiful people :) #Prop8IsUnConstitutional" —Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus)

    —Reporting by Sharareh Drury

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