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Celebrities Remember Orlando Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims One Year Later

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Celebrities Remember Pulse Nightclub

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Celebrities Remember Pulse Nightclub

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June 12 marks one year since the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, where 49 people were killed and at least another 68 injured. Celebrities are now remembering and mourning the victims of the horrific attack on Twitter. See Hollywood stars’ tweets below.

The assault at the LGBT club marked the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. In tribute to those who died in the attack, Chloe Grace Moretz began a lengthy Instagram post by saying, “June 12th marks the day where just one year ago some of the most horrific events unfolded inside pulse nightclub. Let us spend our day today in mourning the loss of the 49 beautiful and innocent souls that got stolen from us in a disgusting and ignorant act of terrorism…” And Billy Eichner posted a photo of all the victims who lost their lives and added the caption, “One year later. Never Forget.”

Meanwhile, Lin-Manuel Miranda said, “A year later, and the loss and the shock still feels like just this morning. Thinking about you today Orlando. Always.” Josh Gad posted every one of the deceased victims names in an Instagram photo, adding, “Never forget #pulse.” And Katie Stevens offered, “today we remember the 49 beautiful lives lost one year ago. They are never forgotten. Love is love, love conquers. #OrlandoUnitedDay.”

Matt Bomer expressed, “1 yr after Orlando, let’s again rmbr those we lost & put a stop 2 hate violence. #WeAreOrlando #HonorThemWithAction.” Chelsea Clinton wrote, “Keeping in my [heart] all who lost loved ones at #PulseNightclub, all who were injured then & the 1st responders, doctors & nurses who saved lives.” And Hillary Clinton tweeted, “My heart is with the loved ones of the 49 people killed at Pulse, the city of Orlando, & the LGBT community. #WeWillNotLetHateWin.”

Camila Cabello said, “thinking of those who lost their lives 1 year ago today. never forget.” Luke Evans noted, “A year ago today 49 people went to #Pulse to dance and to meet friends but never came home. We remember them now and always.” And Alyssa Milano offered, “Each of the 49 lost were loved by many. We are united by the pain that extends beyond the lives taken into the love that remains.”

Ellen DeGeneres posted a video of one of the shooting survivors visiting her talk show last year, and added, “I’ll never forget meeting Tony Marrero. His story filled me with so much hope and so much pride. #OrlandoUnitedDay #PulseNightclub.” And President Donald Trump stated, “We will NEVER FORGET the victims who lost their lives one year ago today in the horrific #PulseNightClub shooting. #OrlandoUnitedDay.” Gossip Cop will update as more celebrities remember the victims on the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

 


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