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4 August 2012, 22:47
Celebrities use Twitter to congratulate Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford after incredible night of athletics.
Cheryl Cole and One Direction star Harry Styles were among the celebrities who paid tribute to Team GB as they won three gold medals on the athletics track at the London 2012 Olympic Games tonight (4th August).
In a night dubbed the greatest in the history of British athletics, Jessica Ennis kicked off the gold rush by winning the Women's Heptathlon, setting a new British record in the process.
Moments later Greg Rutherford triumphed in the Men's Long Jump before Mo Farah won the Men's 10,000m to cap an incredible night of track and field.
Dozens of celebrities took to Twitter to praise the entire Team GB team, with Cheryl paying special tribute to Jessica Ennis.
"Congratulations @J_ennis you did your country proud!" she wrote, before adding: "YESsssss MO!!! Come on #teamGB."
Harry Styles wrote: "Congratulations to @J_Ennis and Mo Farah!! You heroes!!"
Olly Murs wrote: "GO ENNIS!!! Amazing.. Well chuffed for her... What a star!!!"
Returning from his honeymoon with his new wife Rochelle Wiseman, JLS singer Marvin Humes wrote: "Just touched back down in the UK and heard @J_Ennis has killed it tonight! Can't wait to watch #Proud Marv x."
Example also paid tribute to Team GB and Jessica Ennis: "ENNISSSSSSSSSS!!!!!! Go on girl."
Team GB's incredible night at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford means they now sit in third position on the Medal's Table behind the USA and China with 29 medals, including 14 golds.