Bryan Cranston
Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston.Reuters

It is no secret that Donald Trump was considered a joke by many celebrities, who vowed to leave the United States of America if Trump managed to become the 45th president of the country. Sadly for them, Trump managed to do just that on Wednesday, and now it remains to be seen if these celebrities will indeed honour their word.

Here are the five celebrities who said they would move to Canada if Trump wins the US election.

Bryan Cranston - "I would definitely move," the Breaking Bad actor told the hosts of the podcasts The Bestseller Experiment in an interview. "It's not real to me that that would happen. I hope to God it won't," he said, adding that he would take a permanent vacation to Vancouver.

Lena Dunham – The Girls actor too said there is a "100 percent chance" she will move to Canada. "I love Canada. I think that it's a great place, and there's an area in Vancouver that I find beautiful and appealing, and I can conduct business from there," the actress said back in April.

 Neve Campbell: The House of Cards actress is a native of Canada and she said she would be glad to move back. "They see someone off the cuff and broad, and they think 'ok, that's the voice we need, just someone honest,'" Campbell told the Huffington Post on why Trump has a lot of supporters. "But his honesty is terrifying."

 Ne-Yo - The R&B singer said he wouldn't waste time in moving to Canada once the election results show Trump as the winner. "Me and Drake gonna be neighbours if Donald Trump becomes president," the singer told TMZ in October.

Raven-Symone: During a February episode of the talk show The View, the actress said she would move to Canada "if any Republican gets nominated."

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