People are pissed!

Celebrities are reacting to this college admissions cheating scandal on social media, and they have some harsh things to say about the privileged parents that paid to get their kids into top universities.

"They worried their daughters are as stupid as their mothers," Kellyanne Conway tweeted about Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman. "2 actresses get most attention for college admissions cheating scandal. Yet 48 others were charged, too. Coaches, athletic directors took millions. CEOs Author of ironically titled, “The Modern Girls Guide to Life” Willkie Farr law firm partner YOU FAILED THESE KIDS," she added.

The FBI investigation, dubbed Operation Varsity Blues, caught the attention of the movie's star James Van Der Beek.

"If only there was a succinct turn of phrase these kids could have used to inform their parents they were not desirous of their life path..." he joked on Twitter, referencing his famous line.

Actor Rob Lowe was breathing a sigh of relief that his kids made it into the college the honest way.

"Very proud of my honest, hardworking sons," he wrote. For the record, they got into Stanford with their own academic achievements!

Bethenny Frankel was a little more worked up that the others, though!

"I mean I cannot believe parents not only being vile, pig, braggy #blessed a**holes but to also falsely make their kids think they tested exponentially higher than their actual potential? What next? The kids feel depressed bc they can’t handle the workload of those schools? But wait, how do the kids not know they got in on a crew scholarship? If you ask your kid to stand in front of a crew boat, aren’t they curious? I’m just confused all around. And....if you see a bethenny building and my kid in a classroom (which will not happen) then you know the deal. It’s not some surreptitious scam," she fumed.

We can't wait to see what other names shake out of this!