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After Landmark SCOTUS Ruling, Lena Dunham's Ready To Get Hitched

'Get on it, yo.'

Guess it's time to dust off Taylor Swift's "Someday Wedding Song" for Lena Dunham, because now that the United States' Supreme Court has officially made marriage equality the Law of the Land, Lena's finally ready for her long-time beau Jack Antonoff to propose.

Following the historic SCOTUS ruling, which the "Girls" star enthusiastically called a "victory" for the LGBT community, she tweeted a not-so-subtle hint to her boyfriend of three years to "Get on it, yo."

Dunham has long been a vocal and committed advocate for nationwide marriage equality, promising that she would not wed Antonoff until it became legal for gay and lesbian couples to marry in all 50 states of the U.S.

"The idea of having a celebration that can't be fully shared among all the people in my life, among all the people that we love, just doesn't really feel like a celebration at all," she explained on "Ellen" in March. "So, until that's something that everyone can join into with no sense of being left out on politically, emotionally, it's just not something that we're going to do."

Now that the Supreme Court has accomplished exactly that with a 5-4 ruling guaranteeing all couples the civil liberty to marry, that hurdle is officially lifted from her to-be wedding aisle. Someone cue the "Wedding March" already!

"Weddings are about to get a lot less boring," she added. "Let's use this victory as a reminder to keep pushing for equality on every frontier. We have the power!"

Antonoff, too, was quite amped about the decision, writing "just woke up to the news! overwhelmed. JUNE 26th remember forever." And while he didn't directly respond to Dunham's proposal prompt -- maybe to avoid completely replicating the Kristen Bell-Dax Shepard Twitter engagement --- his heart-eyed emoji series tweet seemed to speak volumes about his position on the matter.