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On Friday evening, the entire world was rattled and heartbroken to learn about the horrific acts of terror that took place in Paris.

Just like us, celebs were shocked and saddened to hear about the unspeakable murders of at least 120 innocent civilians and the injuries suffered by hundreds more.

Over the weekend, several celebs gave their heartfelt reactions to the attacks . This is what they said:

On behalf of his crew, a visibly rattled Stephen Colbert recorded a new ending for The Late Show Friday night to send thoughts and prayers to the people of Paris.

Instead of a comedy skit to open SNL Saturday night, Cecily Strong started the show with this moving tribute on behalf of the cast and crew.

At her show in Stockholm on Saturday night, an emotional Madonna gave a moving speech to her audience about the attacks and then performed an acoustic rendition of “Like a Prayer,” which she dedicated to the people of Paris.


Coldplay cancelled their scheduled live stream concert on TIDAL Saturday night. Instead, they performed a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” which they dedicated to the people of Paris.

And finally, on Last Week Tonight Tonight last night, John Oliver delivered an anger-fueled monologue about the attacks to open the show. Warning, it contains some seriously NSFW language. Put on your headphones.

We can assume that many more moving celeb tributes to the people of Paris will continue throughout the day today.