Celebs Go Vulgar After Trump Victory, Suggest Rubio Would Perform Sex Act for VP Nod


As always, Hollywood was watching as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders claimed victory in the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire Tuesday night and were quick to weigh in on social media with hot takes, sarcastic congratulations, vulgar jokes and utter confusion.

The prize for vulgar celebrity tweet of the night goes to actor-comedian Michael Ian Black, who wondered aloud whether New Hampshire’s fifth-place finisher Marco Rubio would perform a sex act on Trump to secure a vice presidential spot.

Devoted Sanders supporters Mark Ruffalo, Susan Sarandon, Alyssa Milano, and other celebrities peppered in tweets praising the socialist from Vermont’s commanding win:

Meanwhile, others — including an always barely-comprehensible Cher — defended Clinton.

Of course, there was a healthy level of hate for Trump:

Mia Farrow said she found second-place finisher John Kasich “refreshing”:

Jane’s Addiction’s Dave Navarro perhaps most succinctly summed up the evening’s events: