#Withher. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is celebrating election night with a star-studded bash at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York on Tuesday, November 8, and Us Weekly has your invite.
Watch the livestream above and stay tuned here for live updates below from Us Weekly’s entertainment editor, Ian Drew, who will be sharing exclusive details from inside the party. (Be sure to start reading the updates from the bottom to top if you want to get it in chronological order.)
11:54 p.m. ET: Jeff Ross posted an Instagram of Clinton's celebrity supporters, including Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Jason Derulo, looking somber. "The mood is stoic here at the Javitz Center. #electionnight," he captioned the sad.
11:49 p.m. ET: Some Clinton supporters have left the Javits Center in tears while Trump continues to close in.
11:39 p.m. ET: "Melanie Griffith, dressed all in black, is in attendance."
11:30 p.m. ET: "Emergency medical crew went through the crowd, but it doesn't seem like anything. The Mood in here is very, very tense and it's very quiet. Everyone just cheered for Clinton's Washington win."
11:20 p.m. ET: "Nyle DiMarco walks through the crowd looking stunning as the crowd is in the edge of their seats."
— Nyle DiMarco (@NyleDiMarco) November 9, 2016
11:07 p.m. ET: "Everyone is going crazy as Robin Roberts broadcasts live and waves at the cameras and cheers. Meanwhile, the mood is very, very glum as Trump inches closer …"
10:40 p.m. ET: "Transgender model Janet Mock walks by as Khizr Khan strongly addresses the crowd. Jay Z's stylist June Ambrose also walks by, as does Beyonce's publicist. Are Bey and Jay in the house?"
10:35 p.m. ET: "New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gives a fiery, hopeful speech but the mood is very tense and down as Trump continues his lead."
10.26 p.m. ET: "The entire crowd erupts in cheers as Clinton takes Virginia. Everyone is on the edge of their seat."
10:15 p.m. ET: "Katy Perry, wearing red, admits her parents voted for Trump and to remember we all love our parents while addressing the crowd. She says we need to focus on unity and make history again and make hate history and make bigotry history."
9:58 p.m. ET: "Padma Lakshmi walked by looking radiant with her kid as the bleachers on the stage fill up."
9.43 p.m. ET: "Comedian Jeffrey Ross was Judy milling about the crowd in a black hat. But nobody things it's funny that Trump is ahead."
9.41 p.m. ET: Nicky Hilton, who is a family friend of Donald Trump, is also at the party, and shared a photo on Instagram. Earlier, her sister Paris refused to say whether she'd voted for the real estate mogul.
9:36 p.m. ET: Amy Schumer shared an Instagram photo with Lady Gaga from inside the Javits Center.
9:31 p.m. ET: "Senator Charles Schumer compared Clinton to every great female leader from Susan B. Anthony to Eleanor Roosevelt to Sonya Sotomoyer, stating she'll 'shatter the hardest glass ceiling.' He is now among the whole crowd cheering 'I believe that she will win!' over and over."
9:10 p.m. ET: “DJ Cassidy in the house! President Barack Obama’s favorite DJ — I spotted him watching the crowd. Billy Eichner just walked by looking for someone and then walked home. They just predicted Trump would carry Texas and Arkansas, the crowd is not happy.”
9:00 p.m. ET: Amy Schumer, America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn posed for an Instagram inside the Javits Center.
8:57 p.m. ET: “Secretary Clinton is much like a lot of these moms that stand behind me … she represents strength. Hillary [reached out to us]. We say there is hope in Hillary! … We have to make sure we practice love and not hate.” — Trayvon Martin’s mother Sybrina Fulton.
8:55 p.m. ET: Gwen Carr, Eric Garner's mother, took the stage with the other Mothers of Movement moms to share when they fist met Clinton. "We are going to make this a great nation. It's already great, but we're not going back, we're going forward," Carr told the crowd.
8:44 p.m. ET: "Mayor Deblasio just gave a rousing speech to the crowd. Former DNC head Debbie Wasserman Schultz walked by us busy on her phone."
8:36 p.m. ET: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio just took the stage to proclaim we are going to "shatter that glass ceiling."
8:30 p.m. ET: "Everyone is standing for National Anthem, including Robin Roberts, who is right next to us hosting for GMA."
8:01 p.m. ET: "We just spotted Chris Colfer and a friend chatting up an usher on the main floor."
11/8 7:56 p.m. ET: "We're in! It's already almost full. Security was intense getting in with screening. The whole inside of the Javits Center is cheering over Clinton being ahead in Florida and Ohio. The crowd is pumped and full of energy."
Clinton, who is awaiting the fate of the election against Republican nominee Donald Trump, has been supported by a bevy of Hollywood A-listers throughout her campaign, so the fete will not disappoint. Katy Perry, Beyoncé, Jay Z, Shonda Rhimes, Pharrell Williams, Lady Gaga and more stars are likely to attend.
The former secretary of state will also deliver either a victory speech or a concession speech before her supporters and beneath a literal glass ceiling — the Javits Center is almost entirely glass and steel.
"Years from today, when your kids and grandkids ask what you did in 2016, when everything was on the line, I want you to be able to say that you did vote," Clinton said during a rally on Monday, November 7, at the Independence Mall in Philadelphia alongside President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. "You voted for an inclusive, big-hearted, open-minded country — a future that will make sure that we all keep moving together. Because I do believe we are stronger together. And you voted for an America where we build bridges, not walls."
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