All the hype around Harold Camping's 21st Domsday turned out to be just that: hype.

Camping predicted that the world would end on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 5 p.m. local time. The world would allegedly be affected by a catastrophic earthquake and the rapture of 200 million of God's believers.

After that, the world would experience more apocalyptical natural disasters until it would be completely destroyed on October 21, 2011.

This all turned out to be just major hype, as none of this actually happened.

Camping, who spoke with IB Times, seemed to acknowledge is wrong prediction.

I've got to live with ti, I've got to think it out, he said.

Celebrities took this as an opportunity to take Twitter by storm and tweet their reactions, mainly through humor.

Zooey Deschanel and Stephen Colbert, for example, used this as an opportunity to indulge in more junk food since the world was ending.

Here are some reactions from celebrities responding to Doomsday.

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