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The Yes campaign's message went all around the world - here's how

From New York to Perth, and a lot of places in between.

stephenfry Source: YouTube

WE MAY THINK we’re pretty detached from the rest of the planet on our island in the sea, but in the run up to the same-sex marriage referendum, the world has been watching.

Irish people (and not so Irish people) are spreading the Yes campaign’s message wherever they can – and it’s been heard everywhere from New York to Perth.

Stephen Fry and a host of other TV personalities have said Yes

Source: Andrew Nolan/YouTube

Irish comedians Jason Byrne and Aisling Bea got Fry, Jimmy Carr, Trevor Noah and Jack Dee (amongst many others) to ask the Irish people to support a Yes vote.

Star Trek actor George Takei was snapped with a Yes Equality sign in New York

Sir Ian McKellen also had a message for Ireland

And our own Graham Norton has been flying the flag over in Britain

Irish people in the Big Apple have been sharing their support

Cover Photos - Irish YesEquality NYC | Facebook Source: Facebook/Irish YesEquality NYC

As have those in London

And Canada

And Boston

IMG-20150519-WA0000 Source: Danny Hennessy

And Australia, too

This gang even broadcast it from the salt flats in Bolivia

Source: Joey Kavanagh/YouTube

Has the Yes campaign got almost all the four corners of the world covered? Looks like it.

A new marriage equality mural with two women has gone up on a castle in Galway>

This Daniel O’Donnell act of kindness is the talk of Twitter>

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