These videos are artifacts from the pre-economic-crisis world: gratuitious, over-the-top displays of 20-somethings jubilation.
jubilation might be a more appropriate term for the public that has so longed for this to happen.
Arriving at the Melody Ballroom, the atmosphere was a frenzy of joy, jubilation and holy bedlam.
I covered that turbulent year, and saw how quickly the jubilation of victory can fade.
Two-seventy happened and with it the apprehensive city at last let out a collective whoop of relief and jubilation.
An inaugural ceremony was performed upon the making of a member, which terminated with a jubilation from the President.
The jubilation among his officers had been such that he could not continue as he had begun.
In short, I supposed that I had concealed alike grief and jubilation, and taken the result in a purely philosophic spirit.
General Thario's jubilation contrasted with the common gloom.
By the time California had reported three-fourths of its votes, it was all over but the jubilation.