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Hillary Clinton

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Yes, Hillary Clinton. YES.

Just a few days after officially announcing she will run for president in the 2016 elections, Clinton has addressed one of the most hotly debated topics in politics—marriage equality.

In her first remarks about same-sex marriage in nearly a year, a spokeswoman for Clinton's campaign says the former FLOTUS hopes the Supreme Court will embrace marriage equality when it considers cases out of four states on April 28.

"Hillary Clinton supports marriage equality and hopes the Supreme Court will come down on the side of same-sex couples being guaranteed that constitutional right," Adrienne Elrod told the Washington Blade today.

This means Clinton is the only declared candidate for presidency who believes that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry.

The 67-year-old former New York senator and Democratic party leader, a favorite among members and supporters of the party and wife of former President Bill Clinton, announced her run for presidency on her website, HillaryClinton.com, on Sunday amid an ongoing controversy over her use of personal emails while she served as Secretary of State.

"I'm getting ready to do something too—I'm running for president," Hillary added in the video. "Americans have fought their way back from tough economic times but the deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top. Everyday Americans need a champion and I want to be that champion. So you can do more than just get by—you can get ahead and stay ahead because when families are strong, America is strong."

"So I'm hitting the road to earn your vote," she added. "Because it's your time. And I hope you'll join me on this journey"

A number of celebs took to social media immediately following her announcement to share their support for her campaign.

Meanwhile, Olivia Wilde, who also joined in on Twitter to express her excitement, also told E! News she's "thrilled" about Clinton running, and continued to praise the candidate.

"I'm very excited to have not only a female candidate, but Hillary herself who has spoken so eloquently and passionately about the rights of women and girls around the world," she explained, adding, "So I'm thrilled that will be a part of the conversation and, you know, I never know when to shut up so I will be very active throughout the campaign."

So far, Clinton joins Republican candidates Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul in the 2016 presidential bid.