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Russell Brand And J.K. Rowling DO NOT Agree On Scotland’s 'No' Vote On Secession

Rowling stayed up all night and is psyched.

It was a squeaker, but following a heated debate and fears that a split could have devastating economic and social repercussions, Scotland's voters opted to stick with the "united" part of the United Kingdom. Though the referendum looked too close to call in the days leading up to Thursday's vote, in the end, the "no" campaign won with 55.3 percent of the vote, while pro-independence forces could only muster 44.7 percent, keeping the 307-year union intact.

Lots of celebrities -- both Scottish and British -- weighed in on the campaign in the days and weeks leading up to the vote, and on Friday (September 19), everyone from "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling to former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell and Russell Brand reacted to the decision.