Henry Golding, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hailee Steinfeld & More React to Golden Globe Nominations: 'Oh Hells Yes'

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Henry Golding arrives for Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Crazy Rich Asians' Premiere held at TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on Aug. 7, 2018 in Hollywood, Calif. 

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards today (Dec. 6), and celebrities are ecstatic.

Henry Golding, who starred in Crazy Rich Asians (which was nominated for best motion picture - musical or comedy), quickly took to Twitter to express his excitement: "Oh hells yes." Golding's co-star Constance Wu shared her own thrill after learning she had been nominated for best actress. "What a morning to have had my phone on Do Not Disturb Mode till now," she joked.

Breakout Eighth Grade star Elsie Fisher received a nomination in the same category to which she replied, "WHAT." She added to her Instagram story, "This is a lot to process at 5:30."

Lin-Manuel Miranda is getting a second chance at scoring a Golden Globe by being nominated in the best actor – motion picture musical or comedy category for his role in Mary Poppins Returns due this Christmas. "Woke up to my phone leaping off the bedside table," he tweeted. "Grateful for the nom, grateful to the @goldenglobes, grateful to all of you."

Hailee Steinfeld voiced leading lady Gwen in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which received a best animated motion picture nomination. "Golden Globes, here you come!!!" she exclaimed via Twitter. Jane Lynch, who was included in the Ralph Breaks the Internet nomination in the same category for voicing Sergeant Calhoun retweeted news of her film being honored.

View these Golden Globe nominees and more reacting to their nominations below.

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