We said yes! Ellen DeGeneres lead the charge of local and international celebs flooding social media with celebratory posts following Australia's Gay Marriage survey 'yes' result Wednesday

Ellen leads celebs celebrating Aus Gay Marriage result

61.6% of the twelve million plus respondents in Australia’s Gay Marriage survey returned a ‘yes’ vote.

Seconds after the result was announced on Wednesday, local and international celebrities flooded social media with celebratory posts.

Leading the charge was Ellen DeGeneres, who along with Australian wife Portia De Rossi, was personally invested in the outcome.

We said yes! Ellen DeGeneres lead the charge of local and international celebs flooding social media with celebratory posts following Australia's Gay Marriage survey 'yes' result Wednesday

We said yes! Ellen DeGeneres lead the charge of local and international celebs flooding social media with celebratory posts following Australia’s Gay Marriage survey ‘yes’ result Wednesday

Taking to Twitter, the talk show icon wrote: ‘It’s a g’day. Way to go Australia #MarriageEquality.’

Miley Cyrus, who is also dating an Australian in Liam Hemsworth, joined-in, posting a heartfelt message on social media.

‘Yes!!!!! Congrats Australia! Every step taken is one closer to World Peace! Love love love you! Proud to be Australian by association lol’ she wrote.

'Congrats Australia!': Miley Cyrus, who is also dating an Australian in Liam Hemsworth, joined-in, posting a heartfelt message on social media

‘Congrats Australia!’: Miley Cyrus, who is also dating an Australian in Liam Hemsworth, joined-in, posting a heartfelt message on social media

Leading the charge for the Australian celebrities was Channel Ten star Lisa Wilkinson.

Clearly overjoyed, she took to Instagram alongside a ‘love wins’ image, writing: ‘Yessss! #ssm #yes #australia.’

‘Yesss’: Leading the charge for the Australian celebrities was Channel Ten star Lisa Wilkinson, who took to Instagram alongside a ‘love wins’ image

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