Millions around the world are struggling to comprehend the school shooting that occurred at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut on Friday December 14, and that includes celebrities. Though there are few words that can heal the damage that has been done, some celebs did their best to send out well wishes to all those involved in the horrific incident.
Stars such as Rihanna, Nick Jonas, and Victoria Justice all took a moment from their day to express their deepest condescension on Twitter. Check out their heartfelt messages below.
Why does this happen? Why do bad things happen to such good people… Especially young ones. Sendingblessings to CT.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) December 14, 2012
My heart is heavy today hearing the news about Newton, CT. Praying for all the family and loved ones effected by this.
— Nick Jonas(@nickjonas) December 14, 2012
heard about what happened in CT, my prayers go out to all those suffering in this tragedy. it’ss just wrong. Everyone please pray for them.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) December 14, 2012
Wow this is horrific everybody in Connecticut the children my love and the bots love goes out to you #isthereanyhopeleft
— Rita Ora (@RitaOra) December 14, 2012
My heart is with the children and families of Connecticut today… #PrayForNewton
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) December 14, 2012
Please Pray for everyone in Newtown, Connecticut.
— joe jonas (@joejonas) December 14, 2012
My heart and prayers go ou to all the kids and families affected by the CT school shootings…something needs to be done to stop this
— bella thorne (@bellathorne) December 14, 2012
My heart is broken for those brave parents & children in Connecticut right now. It’s just such a horrifying world. Praying hard for healing. — debby (@TheDebbyRyan) December 14, 2012
Today is a very sad day… words cannot express the sadness I feel for Newton, Conn. and for all the families that have been affected. — Victoria Justice (@VictoriaJustice) December 14, 2012
Absolutely devastated by the Newton shooting. Praying so hard for the families & all involved. I’m at a loss and will never understand. — Lucy Hale (@lucyhale) December 14, 2012