President Barack Obama's re-election was a big moment for America last night and supporter Eva Longoria truly felt the emotion of the evening.
During President Obama's acceptance speech on Nov. 6, Longoria was brought to tears of joy as a longtime supporter of the Democrat incumbent.
Not long after the speech, the former "Desperate Housewives" actress posted her feelings on Twitter.
"Me and my friends celebrating. I'm [in] tears. Moving the country forward. Obama!" Longoria tweeted. She followed that up with, "Amazing speech by [Obama] re-elected for his 2nd term! America is and can be united for the greater good of all Americans!"
The 37-year-old actress has been one of the most outspoken celebrities supporting Obama who she says will move America to become a better country.
The actress continued tweeting: "We did it!!! Obama re-elected!!!!! Yes!! Yes We Can!"
Longoria wasn't shy about commenting about each victory against the Republican challengers.
"Love that we won MA and WI !! What happen Romney/Ryan?! (sic)," Eva tweeted while watching the live broadcast results.
Longoria wasn't the only celebrity to get on Twitter to express their emotions.
Singer Beyonce posted a mocking message to Republicans on Instagram saying, "TAKE THAT MITCHES."
Actor Steve Martin joked: "To commemorate Obama's victory, I'm having a tea party."
A celebration bash at Obama's campaign headquarters was held in Chicago after the news was released. Many supporters partied and waved small American flags around the country in New York's Times Square and Washington, D.C.
Even the President took to Twitter where he shared a picture of himself hugging his wife Michele Obama with the message, "Four more years."
Emotions were high for both sides of the political election that ended in one of the tightest races in recent history.