Country star SARA EVANS, rocker Ted Nugent and business mogul Donald Trump are among the celebrities who are far from happy about U.S. President Barack Obama's re-election victory on Tuesday night (06Nov12).
Obama was voted in as America's 44th President and stars like Eva Longoria, Jessica Alba and Kelly Osbourne took to Twitter. com to celebrate the big win, but Republicans supporting rival Mitt Romney were far from happy.
Evans revealed she was "completely in shock" by the election day results, adding, "This Sucks!" and "Where is this country heading? We might as well prepare for a million trillion $ (dollars) in debt!"
Meanwhile, property tycoon and reality Tv star Donald Trump was furious with Obama's victory.
He tweeted: "We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided! Lets (sic) fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice! The world is laughing at us."
He added, "This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy! Our country is now in serious and unprecedented trouble... like never before."
Nugent was also angry about Obama's re-election.
The rocker, who sparked a brief secret service investigation when he called for Republicans to "ride into that battlefield (election) and chop their (Democrats) heads off" in May (12), raged, "Goodluk (sic) America u just voted for economic & spiritual suicide. Soulless fools... I cry tears of blood for The Last Best Place & the warriors who died for this tragedy."
And actress Stacey Dash, who received criticism for her support of Romney throughout the election campaign, vented her frustration by penning a lengthy statement, obtained by Tmz.com, in which she revealed her vote for Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan was motivated by her "main concern" for "providing for my children and myself" as a single mum.
She added, "It is especially important to me that they (children) have the opportunity to attend college. This is what I've worked so hard for. I have, like many other citizens of the United States, been worried and upset by the tremendous downturn in the economy, and the slow path to recovery.
"I voted for Obama in 2008... I hadn't known anything about him until he earned the Democratic nomination. He's brilliant,
understated, ethical, a great husband and father. President Obama will always be remembered as one of the greatest leaders this United States of America has ever known.
"Perhaps I publically (sic) endorsed Romney from a slightly naive place, thinking that I could speak my voice without being criticized in such racially charged and hateful tones. People get it wrong. My vote for Romney isn't a vote against Obama. That's not how full participants in the democratic process operate. We vote for candidates and we vote for issues."