“The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution,” the Supreme Court’s order reads. “Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections. All other pending motions are dismissed as moot.”
Many stars reacted to the court's ruling on Friday and Saturday with gleeful remarks, but some pro-Trump celebs still stood behind the president.
"Charmed" alum Alyssa Milano voiced her support of the decision, proclaiming that Joe Biden "won again."
"It's over. Biden won again. Supreme court rejects Trump-backed Texas lawsuit aiming to overturn election results," she tweeted.
The actress also stressed in a second tweet that three of the judges involved in the Texas case were appointed by Trump.
"So...those 3 Trump appointed judges didn't even side with Trump. THAT is all you need to know about this moment in history," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Patricia Arquette, another star who repeatedly has criticized Trump and his administration, reacted on Twitter with the hashtags #BidenWinsAgain and #TrumpLosesAgain.
"Frozen" actor Josh Gad took to Twitter Friday night with a message for Trump's "enablers."
"Dear Elected Trump enablers, stop embarrassing yourselves. The country has had enough of you trying to hold us all hostage because you are trying to please a man who could give two s--ts about you or about doing his actual job," Gad wrote on the platform.
On Saturday morning, President Trump took to Twitter to write, "WE HAVE JUST BEGUN TO FIGHT!!!"
Antonio Sabato Jr. responded to Trump's tweet, writing positively, "WE WILL WIN!!!" The actor then shared the hashtag #DrainTheSwamp in an anti-Biden tweet.
"JOE BIDEN IS A FRAUD JUST LIKE TWITTER FB AND THE ENTIRE LIBERAL HOLLYWOOD COMMUNIST GROUP OF VERY BAD FOLKS WHO COULD CARELESS FOR TRUTH & LOGIC," Sabato Jr. wrote.
Early Friday, Kevin Sorbo, who previously supported Trump ahead of the 2020 election, took a jab at the president-elect.
"Biden runs for President and loses twice. His third time he receives 81 million votes. Hollywood loves a good underdog story," he said.
Shortly after, Sorbo declared his support for the Trump-backed lawsuit in Texas, declaring on Twitter that the Supreme Court "will rule in favor" of it.
However, after the suit was denied, Sorbo posted, "Patriots fight till the end."
The 2020 election prompted an overwhelming amount of commentary from Hollywood stars, with a majority of left-leaning stars endorsing Biden ahead of the election, and Trump supporters taking to social media to rail against the former vice president, labeling him a "fraud."