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Serena Williams' Famous Friends Invaded Stadium For 100th U.S. Open Win!

By Whitney Vasquez

Serena Williams 100th U.S. open win was a Hollywood party for A-listers in the crowd.

The tennis pro is so popular that every celebrity wanted to be there to watch her secure her win against Qiang Wang on Tuesday in New York City.

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Priyanka Chopra:


Serena's friend Priyanka Chopra gave nothing but face during the intense match, which she witnessed with her mom.

The actress went through all the ups and downs, as if she was on the court during the showdown.

Congratulating Serena on her 100th win, Priyanka posted a photo from the match and wrote, "Amazing to watch @serenawilliams at her 100th US Open win! Legend!"

Jonathan Van Ness Gets The Gold:

"Queer Eye" star Jonathan Van Ness was also a winner during the match.

Not only was he there to witness Serena's magic, but he got to sit next to Justin Theroux, comedian Michael Che AND Martha Stewart!

The Netflix beauty guru was clearly excited to meet Martha. Sharing a post with the mega-star, he wrote, "Martha & I sat one row apart while Serena SLAYED tonite (like literally II could not even & she was so nice when I asked for a pic)."

Amy Schumer:


Amy Schumer took a night off from mom duty to cheer on her friend.

The actress and her husband sat in the stands during Serena's win.

Showing off her classic humor, Schumer took a selfie with the tennis pro hard at work in the background.

Queen Latifah:


Queen Latifah sat in the stands for Serena's monumental win too.

She shared footage from the crazy game winning point.

"What a Feeling!" she wrote while congratulating the tennis star.

Sister, Husband, Mom:


Serena's famous family made sure to be front and center for her big match.

Venus Williams and their mom, Oracene Price, remained calm during her sets.

Her husband, Alexis Ohanian, was laser-focused on his wife (as seen in the lower right of the pic).

Serena won the match 6-1, 6-0 in just 44 minutes.

After her win, she spoke with ESPN and said, “It feels good. It feels like, ‘OK, this is what I’ve been training for. This is how hard I’ve been working.’ It feels like, you know, hard work pays off when that happens.”

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