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Orlando Gets Support From The Industry

In the wake of the Orlando Shooting, here are the celebs that offered their words, condolences, and more to the victims families and America as a whole. 

John Legend on Twitter

Horrified by the mass shooting in Orlando. When will we do something to prevent these killing sprees?

Miley Ray Cyrus on Twitter

beautifully spoken Vice President Joe Biden! #sendinglovetoorlando #lgbtqpridepic.twitter.com/CzZd6PXaXw

Ariana Grande on Twitter

How how how how can one have so much hate ????? My heart...... is so broken. Praying for the families of the Orlando victims. I am so sorry.

Ellen DeGeneres on Twitter


josh groban on Twitter

I'm heartbroken for the victims, for Orlando, for the LGBT community, for our country. When does it end?

Caitlyn Jenner on Twitter

Shocked & heartbroken. Sending all my thoughts & prayers to my bothers & sisters in Orlando. Be safe the rest of this weekend friends #pride

Elton John on Twitter

Our hearts go out to all the families and loved ones of those lost in Orlando. #prayfororlando #loveisthecurepic.twitter.com/nyfzJiyPma

Lady Gaga on Twitter

I pray for all the victims families during this shooting epidemic. That their pain be met with compassion and support from the world.

Kim Kardashian West on Twitter

I'm truly at a loss for words. To everyone in Orlando affected by this massacre, my thoughts, love, & prayers are with u

Queen Latifah on Twitter

My Breaks for the LGBTQ community in Orlando!We are 1! You Touch one of us you Touch All of us! Freedom ain't Free! STAND UP AMERICA!

Justin Timberlake on Twitter

What gives? My heart is breaking right now for the victims and families of this heartless act. I just don't get it. #PrayForOrlando

Ellen Page on Twitter

My heart goes out to the victims and their families. Our community has suffered a tremendous loss. We must stand together more than ever.

Neil Patrick Harris on Twitter

The tragedy in Orlando is just beyond sad. My deepest regrets to all those suffering. There are no words that suffice. I'm...stunned.

Mindy Kaling on Twitter

Unspeakable. So much suffering today. My heart goes out to the families of the victims in Orlando. #Pride

KATY PERRY on Twitter

I just can't believe this is the world we live in today.

Paul Feig on Twitter

There's enough hate in this world. It's just too much. Let people live their lives. Let them love. Enough hate. Let the madness end now.

Amy Schumer on Twitter

Sickening news. All my love to Orlando.

Blake Shelton on Twitter

Just now catching up on the tragedy in Orlando... Sickening. Praying.

Dwayne Johnson on Twitter

Sending strength to our #Orlando victims & their families. Very angry, but you can't break what you didn't build. We will rise & persevere.

Nick Jonas on Twitter

My heart is broken this morning. So much hate in this world. So many beautiful innocent lives taken last night in Orlando. #PrayForOrlando

Margaret Cho on Twitter

My heart breaks for Orlando. I cannot even comprehend the suffering for the victims - their friends & families. This is my family too.


My thoughts and prayers are w my brothers and sisters who were at Orlando's Pulse Nightclub. RIP to those who lost their lives.

Ricky Martin on Twitter

I am gay and I am not afraid. Love conquers all. #PrayforOrlando

J.K. Rowling on Twitter

Luis Vielma worked on the Harry Potter ride at Universal. He was 22 years old. I can't stop crying. #Orlandopic.twitter.com/Nz2ZCWxNsS


Amy Cooper is a writer and pop culture fact nerd, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”