How many of these celebrities will make good on their claims that they’ll be moving to Canada if Donald Trump wins?

1. Snoop Dogg

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The rapper is the latest in a long line of celebrities to make his intentions known about moving to Canada now that Trump has, against all odds, been elected President of the United States. Snoop Dogg was working his connections through Instagram, asking Drake for “the hookup on some property.”

2. Lena Dunham

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Girls creator/star said she knew “a lovely place in Vancouver” to move to if Trump won the presidency. “I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will,” she said.

3. Bryan Cranston

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Add another celebrity to the “eyeing Vancouver property” list. The Breaking Bad star made the comments in October, also stating that “it’s not real to me that that would happen,” referring to the odds on Trump actually clinching the presidency.

4. Keegan Michael-Key

Following Trump’s win, the comedian told Daily Show host Trevor Noah that he should have stayed in Detroit because he was so close to Canada and could have moved “like that.”

5. Barbra Streisand

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While Australia would be Streisand’s first choice, she did have Canada second on her list during an interview with 60 Minutes.

6. Ne-Yo

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In October, singer Ne-Yo told TMZ that he would move to Canada if Trump was elected. “Me and Drake will be neighbours if Donald Trump becomes president,” he said.

7. Neve Campbell

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The House of Cards and Scream actress was born outside of Toronto in Guelph, Ontario but lives in the US. She told The Huffington Post that she’d be moving back to Canada if Trump won the election.

8. Raven Symone

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“If any Republican gets elected I’m going to move to Canada with my entire family,” Symone told her co-hosts on The View in February. On election night, prior to the race being called for Trump, ABC aired a segment that saw Symone visit Vancouver to get a feel for Canadian life.

9. Chloe Sevigny

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When asked where she’d move if Donald Trump became president, the American actress simply said “Nova Scotia.”

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