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Celebrities Share Their Inauguration #Hashtags

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Eva Longoria arrives to President Barack Obama's Second Inauguration, January, 21, 2013 (Win McNamee/Getty Ima …

Hollywood invaded Washington D.C. this weekend to celebrate President Barack Obama’s Second Inauguration, and four years after the first, hope and change was still on everyone’s minds.

“omg! Insider” caught up with all of the celebrities at this weekend’s Inaugural festivities – including the Creative Coalition Dinner, the Kids’ Inaugural Concert, and the Newsweek/Daily Beast Brunch -- where we asked them how they’d hashtag their thoughts and experiences over the weekend.

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Piers Morgan: “#banassultweapons - There was a mass shooting this morning in New Mexico, Albuquerque. Some teenager shot 5 people dead, 3 of them being children. This doesn’t even make the news, there are becoming the ‘norms’ in America.”

Eva Longoria: “Well, it is great honor being a part of history so #partofhistory”

Kerry Washington: “#YESWEDID”

Darren Criss: “# (makes noise as if bomb had exploded)”

Gayle King:
“#onemoretime #readytogo”

Star Jones:
“#iserve, starting the weekend at the Martin Luther King Day of Service.”

Norah O’Donnell: “#newsisback”

Miss America, Mallory Hagan:
“#inagural2013”

Nick Cannon: “#HUNGRY I probably tweeted that like 20 minutes ago.”

JR Martinez: “I’m a little new to hashtags and new to twitter, but I would say #kickasskids #military Plus, 2-3 more, #partysurfing, #honoringkickasskids”

Taraji P. Henson: “#excitement”

Matt Bomer: “#excitement You can feel the excitement in the air. I got my long underwear on and I am ready.”

David Arquette: “It's amazing day. It's historical. #thefuture. Bright start to our future.”

Phillip Bloch:
“#washingtonglamour Every woman can look at her and say I can wear that. Third inauguration.”

Tune into “omg! Insider” Monday evening for all of the action from Washington this weekend! Check your local listings for stations and times.

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