Lady Gaga was proud to celebrate the victory of America’s first openly gay senator.
+ With all of the political chatter on Twitter last night surrounding the election, Lady Gaga was one of many celebs who were ecstatic over several advances for gay rights. “[Congrats] to @TammyBaldwinWI for being elected the first openly gay senator in the HISTORY of The United States. #inspiring #brave #courageous,” she tweeted. (MTV News)
+ One Direction‘s Take Me Home won’t officially drop until Nov. 13, but you can stream the whole album now via iTunes. (Just Jared Jr.)
+ In anticipation of President Obama’s win last night, Young Jeezy released “We Done It Again,” which can be streamed and downloaded here. (Rap-Up)
+ Praise! Beyoncé has joined Instagram and she’s added two cute photos, one of her wearing a “Texans For Obama” T-shirt and another that just says, “TAKE THAT MITCHES.” Also, yay Obama! (MTV News)
+ If you were wondering if Britney Spears will return to her gig as a judge on “The X Factor” next season, she said during an interview, “Yes, I definitely will.” (Billboard)
+ J. Cole turns 28 on Jan. 28, 2013, and he’ll be releasing his sophomore album to celebrate. He announced Born Sinners’ release date during a web chat on Monday. (MTV News)