Actors, athletes, news anchors and reality stars are just some of the celebrities who have expressed their sadness on Twitter after the ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ theater shooting.
“Just landed in Miami & heard the tragic news re the shooting in Aurora. This is so devastating& beyond words. Nothing is worth causing so much pain to so many people. I’m angry and heartbroken,” Kim Kardashian tweeted.
“My heart goes out to everyone who was affected by the shooting in Colorado early this morning. I’m praying for you ALL! I will never understand these senseless acts of violence! So sad!” Khloe Kardashian said.
“My heart goes out to all the families who are suffering today in colorado in the wake of such a senseless tragedy…Praying for you…” Kris Jenner wrote.
“Praying for the victims and families of those involved in the shooting in Colorado. My heart is broken. So awful. God Bless…” Jessica Simpson said.
“Heartbroken for the family’s dealing with this horrible violent act in Colorado! Saying prayers #theatershooting” Hilary Duff offered.
“My prayers go out to the victims and families of the Colorado theater shooting. #justicewillbeserved” Snooki said.
“Saying a prayer for #Aurora. So sad to hear the news, u r all in my thoughts,” Ashley Tisdale wrote.
“a mad man has shattered lives forever in Colorado To everyone who helped folks get to safety in that theatre THANK YOU for your bravery,” Whoopi Goldberg tweeted.
“Our thoughts + prayers are w/ Coloradans as they grapple with the random, senseless act of violence that took the lives of innocent people,” Nancy Pelosi said.
“What a tragedy in Colorado. Prayers to all the families,” LuAnn de Lesseps said.
“Oh no ! Just woke up and turned on the news “14 dead 50 hurt in Batman movie shooting”. Praying for victims. So sorry and sad,” Billy Ray Cyrus tweeted.
“My heart and prayers go out to all the victims and families in Aurora, Colorado this morning,” Paula Deen wrote.
“Thinking about the families who were affected by this horrible incident in Colorado. My thoughts and prayers are with you all,” Ryan Seacrest commented.
“I’m so sorry to hear of the tragedy in Colorado. My prayers are with the families & friends of the victims,” Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte said.
“At least 12 dead and 50 wounded in Colorado–bring back fast trials & death penalty for mass murderers & terrorists,” Donald Trump posted.
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