Madonna Addresses Paris Attacks on Social Media: 'We Are All Immigrants'

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Madonna attends the "China: Through The Looking Glass" Costume Institute Benefit Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2015 in New York City.

Madonna is making a plea for world peace following the deadly Paris attacks on Friday, Nov. 13.

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In an Instagram note addressed “To: The World,” “From: My Rebel Heart,"  the pop star stressed that all people are immigrants who “bleed the same color. We are all ONE,” she wrote on Friday. “Pray For Peace! In Paris and all around the World.”

At least 127 people are reported dead after suicide bombings and shootings, one of which occured at Paris’ Le Bataclan theater. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the violence, CNN reports. Rock band Eagles of Death Metal escaped the theater unharmed.

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U2 was scheduled to film a live concert special for HBO in Paris on Saturday night, and now that show has been canceled. The Foo Fighters have also called off the remainder of their European dates, which included a stop in Paris on Monday, Nov. 16.

In addition to Madonna, many other musicians -- including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Nick Jonas, Harry Styles and Mika -- have reacted to the tragic news on social media. Read their tributes here.