#SocialGathering: Emma Watson Reacts to Trump's Win With Books; Woman Finds Hillary Clinton in the Woods

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And LeBron James did the mannequin challenge with Michelle Obama.

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what the stars have been up to this week on social media.

Emma Watson Leaves Books in NYC Subway in Reaction to Trump's Win
In reaction to Donald Trump's victory on Tuesday, U.N. Women global goodwill ambassador and Hillary Clinton supporter Emma Watson sent a message of hope to her followers, writing on Twitter that she will "fight even harder for all the things I believe in." She also partnered with Books on the Subway to leave copies of Maya Angelou's Mom & Me & Mom — her book club, Our Shared Shelf Group's, monthly pick — in the subway.


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Woman Stumbles Upon Hillary Clinton Hiking in the Woods Day After Election
A woman hiking with her daughter in Chappaqua Hills, N.Y., on Wednesday got the shock of a lifetime when she stumbled upon Hillary and Bill Clinton also taking a leisurely stroll. Margot Gerster, a Clinton supporter, posed for a photo on Facebook with the Democratic nominee, who had conceded the election to Donald Trump just hours beforehand. Bill was given photo credit for the snap.

LeBron James and Michelle Obama Perform Mannequin Challenge in the White House
NBA Champions the Cleveland Cavaliers headed to the White House on Thursday for a quick tour and chat with first lady Michelle Obama — and they didn't leave empty-handed. Before they left, the players posed for a Mannequin Challenge, in which LeBron James was captured posing for a selfie with FLOTUS (and also blinking).

Beyonce, Tina Lawson Show Support for "Baby" Solange
Following Solange's performance on last week's Saturday Night Live, her sister, Beyonce, and mom, Tina Lawson, stepped onstage and posed with their "baby" by hoisting her up. Oh, to be part of the Knowles fam.


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Patrick Stewart Joins Safety-Pin Social Media Movement
Sir Patrick Stewart posted an image of himself wearing a safety pin on Twitter on Friday as part of the #SafetyPin social media movement. The pin symbolizes that the wearer is a safe space for minorities who are feeling scared or harassed in the tumultuous political climate.

Snoop Celebrates Legalization of Weed in California
Snoop Dogg, Hollywood's most notorious proponent of marijuana, celebrated the passage of Prop 64 in California (which legalized recreational marijuana for adults 21 and over) by turning his most infamous line into a hashtag: #SmokeWeedEveryday.

Justin Timberlake, David Beckham Thank Servicemen and Women on Veterans Day
Justin Timberlake, Mark Wahlberg, David Beckham and more celebrities took to social media to show their support for servicemen and women past and present this Veterans Day.


My Grandad is in my thoughts today and many others who made an incredible sacrifice to safeguard our future...#neverforget

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Kensington Palace Issues Statement From Prince Harry in Defense of New Girlfriend Meghan Markle
It ain't easy dating a prince. Prince Harry's new girlfriend, American actress Meghan Markle, was the subject of online harassment and hate speech after the pair went public, but Harry was having none of it. The prince issued a statement to the press via Kensington Palace asking haters to back off.