Celebrities have taken to social media to share their reactions as the results for the US Presidential election come in.
The race has remained very close overnight, and A-listers have taken to sharing their stress with their fans as well as what their coping mechanisms are.
Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen shared she was cooking to cope with the news.
"Just stress cooking, everything is fine ... don't worry about us everything is fine," she said in a video.
Teigen has endorsed Joe Biden for president, and previously tweeted about her fears if Trump won the election.
"It's insane what *our* fears are if we lose, compared to their fears if Biden wins. like we will prob all die or be handmaids and they're worried about bathroom safety," she wrote.
Riverdale star Lilli Reinhart posted on Twitter: "Just ordered an incredible amount of food because I'm an emotional eater and I'm scared."
Rapper Cardi B on the other hand shared a video showing her smoking three cigarettes at once.
Actor Mark Ruffalo urged fans to "hang tough", and reassured fans there were still plenty of ballots to be counted.
Meanwhile, US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel compared waiting for the results to "being awake during your own surgery".
Plus Stephen Colbert wrote: "The human body was not made to expend this much energy thinking about Pennsylvania," referring to importance of the state's results.
Kanye West appeared to vow that he would run for president again in 2024:
While most Hollywood stars have openly endorsed Biden, some including Kirstie Alley have publicly supported Trump.
Jennifer Aniston, Beyonce, Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande are among the celebs who have shared their political leanings on social media.
Other stars including Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift have simply encouraged their fans to vote.