British stars including Lily Allen, Laura Whitmore, Sir Lewis Hamilton, Nigella Lawson and Gary Lineker have clambered to celebrate the demise of Donald Trump and congratulate Joe Biden on becoming the 46th President of the United States.
Some of the UK's most famous names, branded 'luvvies' by critics, joined Mr Biden's army of celebrity fans in the US, many of whom joined him in Washington yesterday.
Ms Allen shared the most angry attack on Mr Trump by posting a link to her song 'F*** you' on Twitter, saying the song laden with swearing 'seems appropriate for today'.
TV chef Nigella Lawson shared a recipe to celebrate Mr Trump leaving office with a pudding linked to his skin tone, saying: 'Well, yes, Bitter Orange Tart just happens to be #RecipeOfTheDay.'
And former footballer turned BBC presenter Mr Lineker took to Instagram to share a photo of Mr Biden's inauguration with the caption: 'The world feels like a slightly better, kinder place today'.
While Formula One star and BLM supporter Sir Lewis Hamilton sent a message calling for more racial equality in America, and said: 'A historic day in America. Today brings so much hope for the future, an example of diversity in leadership that I hope to see mirrored across industries and governments. Congratulations @joebiden and @kamalaharris, best of luck'.
Model and socialite Poppy Delevingne congratulated Mr Biden directly on Instagram, and said: 'Can't wait to be back in your arms again, USA. It's felt like forever'. While TV star Laura Whitmore took a selfie of herself drinking from a Kamala Harris mug with the caption: 'Feeling hopeful'.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell celebrated Ms Harris becoming America;s first female, first black and first Asian-American VP, while actress and activist Jameela Jamil said the world could 'breathe' again now Trump has gone and declared: '2021 coming in strong'. Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue Edward Enninful said: 'And just like that, we all exhaled... #bidenharris2020'.
Laura Whitmore winks as she drinks from her Kamala Harris mug as British stars celebrated the end of Trump and the inauguration of Joe Biden
Ms Allen shared the most angry attack on Mr Trump by posting a link to her song 'F*** you' on Twitter
Poppy Delevingne said of Mr Biden's win: 'Can't wait to be back in your arms again, USA. It's felt like forever'
Sir Lewis Hamilton said the arrival of Mr Biden and his VP Kamala Harris would bring hope for the future
Gary Lineker took to Instagram to share a photo of Mr Biden's inauguration with the caption: 'The world feels like a slightly better, kinder place today'.
Actress and activist Jameela Jamil said the world could 'breathe' again now Trump has gone and declared: '2021 coming in strong'.
Naomi Campbell also used her social media to celebrate the new administration in Washington
Mr Biden was also backed by a huge number of stars in the US, including Lady Gaga who made a plea for peace and wore a stunning blue and red gown with gold dove during her National Anthem performance at President Biden's inauguration
Later Katy Perry, John Legend, Demi Lovato, and Bruce Springsteen were among the many stars welcoming the Biden administration to the White House with the inauguration concert, Celebrating America.
Perry, 36, closed out the star-studded spectacle with a majestic rendition of her hit track Firework before the Washington Monument.
A dazzling display of red, white, and blue fireworks surrounded the obelisk as Perry sang the track, clad in a caped, patriotic dress.
As Perry sang, President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and her husband Doug Emhoff watched on.
There were no shortage of celebrities welcoming the President to his new role.
Demi Lovato performed a powerful rendition of the upbeat track Lovely Day from Los Angeles with a chorus of supporters - including healthcare workers - singing along virtually.
John Legend sang the empowering track Feeling Good before the Washington Monument.
Bundled up in a camel coat, the showbiz icon didn't let the cold weather stop him from putting on an incredible show.
Sparkle and shine! A dazzling fireworks display lit up the night sky as Katy performed
Ray of sunshine! Demi Lovato sang Lovely Day with a slew of virtual supporters, including healthcare workers
Feeling Good! John Legend sang the empowering track Feeling Good before the Lincoln Memorial
Kicking things off! Bruce Springsteen opened the special with the poignant track, Land Of Hope and Dreams
Meanwhile: President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden watched the show from inside the White House
Bruce Springsteen kicked off the show with a poignant track, Land Of Hope and Dreams.
'Good evening America, I'm proud to be in cold Washington, D.C. tonight,' he began. 'I want to offer this small prayer for our country, this is Land Of Open Dreams.'
Standing at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, Bruce was bundled up in a black coat as he strummed his guitar to the touching song.
Tom Hanks, who hosted the special, reflected on the legacy of Inauguration Day as he opened the show from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
'The last few weeks, and the last few years, we've witnessed deep divisions and a troubling rancor in our land. But tonight we ponder the United States of America. The practice of our democracy, the foundations of our republic, the integrity of our constitution, the hope and dreams we all share for a more perfect union,' he began.
Not only was the show packed with musical entertainment, but actresses Eva Longoria and Kerry Washington also made appearances.
Madam Vice President: Kamala Harris spoke to viewers with a view of the Washington Monument behind her
Historic: Tom Hanks, who hosted the special, reflected on the legacy of Inauguration Day as he opened the show from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial
Speaking up: Not only was the show packed with musical entertainment, but actresses Eva Longoria and Kerry Washington also made appearances
Sing it! Jon Bon Jovi sang the cheerful Beatles track Here Comes The Sun
Coming from Texas: The Black Pumas performed Colors from Austin
Forward thinking: Justin Timberlake and Ant Clemens sang the song Better Days
Class act: The Foo Fighters dedicated their track Times Like These to teachers working during the pandemic
Jon Bon Jovi performed the cheerful Beatles song Here Comes The Sun from a boardwalk in Miami, Florida.
Justin Timberlake and Ant Clemens sang of happier times on the horizon as they performed the moving song Better Days from Memphis, Tennessee.
Black Pumas performed Colors from Austin, Texas, the Foo Fighters dedicated their track Times Like These to teachers working during the pandemic.
In Los Angeles, DJ Cassidy played a virtual game of inaugural pass-the-mic with Ozuna and Luis Fonsi.
Despite being physically separated, everyone had a blast singing with one another.
Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard performed a song of 'unity and faith', Undivided, in Nashville.
Indeed, the special was not just a who's who of Hollywood stars, but also of political heavyweights, including former presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and newly-sworn in Joe Biden.
Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, succeeding President Donald TrumpBiden's running mate, Kamala Harris, made history becoming not just the first female Vice President, but also the first Black and South Asian woman to hold the office.