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Celebrities who opposed a Donald Trump presidency are now trying to reconcile with the fact that he is the president-elect. See what some anti-Trump stars are saying now after Hillary Clinton lost the election.

Lady Gaga: The pop star joined Clinton at an election eve event, and made no secret of her alliegance on social media. Following Trump’s victory, she stood in silent protest outside Trump Tower in New York, holding a “Love Trumps Hate” sign. “I want to live in a #CountryOfKindness #LoveTrumpsHate He divided us so carelessly. Let’s take care now of each other,” she posted on Instagram afterward. Gaga, who also shared resource numbers for the LGBTQ community, tweeted Wednesday night, “The chaos in USA is the result of Trump’s irresponsible campaigning. He is not a role model, look at this mess he created.”

Katy Perry: The singer was one of Clinton’s earliest celebrity supporters for the 2016 election, participating in multiple campaign events, including the Democratic National Convention and a rally earlier this week. After Trump’s win, Perry wrote in a series of all-cap tweets, “WE WILL NEVER BE SILENCED. THE REVOLUTION IS COMING. RISE UP. POWER TO THE PEOPLE.” She went on to post, “Do not sit still. Do not weep. MOVE. We are not a nation that will let HATE lead us” and, quoting Clinton’s concession speech, “Fight for what is RIGHT.” She also encouraged the growing anti-Trump marches, tweeting, “PEACEFULLY PROTEST.”

Miley Cyrus: “The Voice” coach (pictured above) was among the stars who said she’d “move” if Trump was elected. Originally a Bernie Sanders supporter, the former child star later joined Clinton’s campaign and went door to door on a college campus to encourage voting. On Wednesday, she posted a video on Twitter and Facebook showing her candid and emotional

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