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Music Stars React to Orlando Nightclub Massacre, Deadliest Mass Shooting in U.S. History

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Police cars and fire trucks gather outside Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Fla.

Music stars and other celebrities are reacting to the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history that took place at an Orlando nightclub early Sunday (June 11).

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Thoughts and prayers are flooding in across social media as news unfolds about the horrific shooting at gay club Pulse Orlando, where at least 50 people were killed and 53 injured after a gunman opened fire around 2 a.m. The suspect later died after a gunfight with SWAT officers.

See the reactions below.

 

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Pray for Orlando GOD BLESS. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU

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Last night - in celebration of pride- a group of people - people like you or me or your neighbors or family were dancing & listening to music & celebrating life, just like you or me or your neighbors would. And then, one man and one gun took that life away from them. That's cruel. And it's exactly against what America stands for. I try to make music that hopefully brings joy to people and makes people dance and makes people feel and makes people LOVE... Because there's nothing more pure and beautiful than that act- and the fact that that resulted in the largest mass shooting in American history leaves me heartbroken. I used to LIVE there. I hope we can wake up and realize we are ALL THE SAME. Just humans. One species. Just wanting to be LOVED. #PrayForOrlando #MoreLoveLessHate

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