DOMA and Prop 8 rulings: Ben Affleck, Kristen Bell and more celebs respond

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With DOMA ruled unconstitutional and Prop 8 struck down, many celebrities took to Twitter to celebrate the fact same-sex couples are now allowed to marry.

From Kristen Bell finally proposing to longtime partner Dax Shepard (who she previously said she wouldn't marry until gay marriage was legal in California) to Damon Lindelof saying he wants to "french Justice Kennedy SO hard," here's a look at how Hollywood responded to the Supreme Court's rulings:

Alyssa Milano: "A big day for equality and human rights. I'm smiling so big right now."

Ben Affleck: "Big news from the Supreme Court. Goodbye #DOMA #Prop8. Hello #equality."

Brad Goreski: "Amazing day! #DOMA struck down as unconstitutional!!"

Damon Lindelof: "I want to french Justice Kennedy SO hard right now."

Ellen Page: "Supreme court: same sex marriage can resume in California So awesome!"

Greg Berlanti: "Thank you #SCOTUS, good riddance DOMA, and hello to my Mom asking me once a month why I'm still not married."

Jesse Tyler Ferguson: "Victory for marriage in California as #Prop8 is struck down. Small but substantial steps toward #MarriageEquality for all! ... Remember the old days when #DOMA was around and gay people couldn't get married in California? Crazy right!?"

Kristen Bell: ".@daxshepard1 will you marry me? Xo #marriageequality #loveislove"

Lena Dunham: "First Wendy, now DOMA gets the boot! Sometimes things are really great."

Ricky Martin: "#PROP8 IS GONE! #DOMA IS GONE! #SCOTUS #LoveIsLove"

Russell Brand: "If you're gay married in California your gay marriage is now legal. Good. #allmarriageisabitgay"

Seth Meyers: "DOMA and Prop 8 should get married."

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