Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Other Celebs Tweet Out About The Tragic Shooting In Newtown, Connecticut

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Celebs respond to the If you're close enough to a computer to read this, you've obviously heard about the tragedy befallen the town of Newtown, Connecticut. Latest reports say that 18 of the 27 people shot in a school shooting at Sandy Elementary are children; police have announced that Adam Lanza has the suspected gunman. If only to distract yourself from the grim procession of new details, we gathered celeb tweets for the survivors from everyone from Rihanna to Rashida Jones to Michael Moore:

If you’re close enough to a computer to read this, you’ve obviously heard about the tragedy befallen the town of Newtown, Connecticut. Latest reports say that 18 of the 27 people shot in a school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary are children. Police have announced Adam Lanza as the suspected gunman; his mother was found dead inside the school. If only to distract yourself from the grim procession of new details (and the tears intermittently falling out of your eyes), we gathered celeb tweets for the survivors from everyone from Rihanna to Rashida Jones to Michael Moore. For more serious advice on how to cope with the tragedy, head over to MTV Act.



“Yeah, I’ll wade right the f— into this: MORE gun control, MORE mental health services. It’s no longer a debate. Never was. #newtown” – Patton Oswalt

My heart & prayers go out to all the victim & families involved with the Connecticut Elementary School shooting earlier today…” – Courtney Stodden

“Please #prayfornewtown. Prayingwith you. #whyGodwhy” Elizabeth Hasselbeck

“My heart goes out to the parents & children of Sandy Hook Elementary School #PrayForNewton” – Kelly Rowland

“Wow this is horrific everybody in Connecticut the children my love and the bots love goes out to you #isthereanyhopeleft” – Rita Ora

“I hate the “my heart is with” this and “my prayers go out” that… We ALL need to get f—ing angry and DO something more than ‘feel sad’…” DWTSMaksim Chmerkovskiy

“The way to honor these dead children is to demand strict gun control, free mental health care, and an end to violence as public policy.” – Michael Moore

[Photo: Splash News Online]

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