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The massacre at the Orlando nightclub on Sunday morning marked the deadliest shooting spree in modern U.S. history. As family and friends continue to wait in agony to find out the status of loved ones, celebrities took to social media to sound off on on the shootings that killed at least 49 people and wounded 53, put faces to names, dedicate performances to those affected, and express condolences for the victims and the people who cherished them, and anger for social and political change.

ADELE BREAKS DOWN

J.K. ROWLING’S UNIQUE CONNECTION…

…AND TRIBUTE

GAGA’S HOPES

NOW WHAT?

STAY STRONG

STAND TOGETHER

LOTS OF LOVE

IN SHOCK

ONE LOVE

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 his guns 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

A photo posted by Justin Timberlake (@justintimberlake) on

HEARTBROKEN

ANGRY TEARS

ENOUGH ALREADY

PRAYERS FOR ALL

BEYOND COMPREHENSION

NO WORDS

NO MORE HATE

ONE LOVE

NOTHING’S TOO SMALL

OUTRAGED

WHEN?!

TIME FOR CHANGE

ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS

TIME TO START NOW

WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN

Come on, world. More love, less hate. Let’s all pray for Orlando.