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Celebrities react on Twitter to Osama bin Laden death

HollywoodNews.com: President Obama announced yesterday that Osama bin Laden had been killed which led to a number of celebrities taking to Twitter to discuss what went down.

Lindsay Lohan kept her reaction simple and happy: “Go USA!” states UsMagazine.com. And while Katy Perry was also happy, she seemed to be a little unsure as well: “”America! F**k yeah! Here to save the motherf**kin’ day, yeah! Does anyone else find it strange that this is announced on May Day? I am relieved in some ways, but have a feeling of uncertainty now. I believe in justice, but don’t you think that an eye for an eye will make the world blind?”

Bethenny Frankel was also relieved with the news: “Wow. Osama bin Laden is dead. That will make people sleep better at night. Monster.”

Oprah was realizing there are still a few things to figure out: “Trying to decide what to do about tomorrow’s show with [Obama] that was taped last week. War is definitely not over.”

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